4G EE Full HD Clip-On Capture Cam + 32GB SD/Micro Card - £22.50 Collection/£27.98 Delivered at Scan
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4G EE Full HD Clip-On Capture Cam + 32GB SD/Micro Card - £22.50 Collection/£27.98 Delivered at Scan

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Found 9th Aug 2017Edited by:"Gowlande"
Limited stock. Great price considering 32GB SDs are £12-15 and the camera is of reasonable resolution. Has ability of looped recording so could be made into a Dash cam or similar like home security obviously check the amount of record time you can get on 32GB.
I worked out for if it the camera was recording at 12Mbps then for a 32GB card you would get approx 355 minutes of record time, so that's near 6 hours. If you were using this over night you would need to drop the resolution to 720p or 480p. Without working out I would estimate 720p would give 10 hours and 480p 14 hours.
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Any idea what the battery life is like?
samani5 m ago

Any idea what the battery life is like?


It would probably cut out near 2 hours of continuous recording on battery. But it's micro usb so easily powered by car, power bank or mains if your use case was similar to what I mentioned.
Can't seem to find information on the included 32 GB card.
Edit: Got it, add it to cart and the card appears.
Edited by: "rovingman" 9th Aug 2017
So is this locked to EE data sim only or can use via wifi please?
Also any idea what brand 32gb microsd card is provided?
kyeung18 m ago

So is this locked to EE data sim only or can use via wifi please?Also any …So is this locked to EE data sim only or can use via wifi please?Also any idea what brand 32gb microsd card is provided?


It's an integral ultimaPro, A budget brand of cards but nonetheless perfectly fine for this use. According to a previous thread where this was on offer without the SD card the device was unlocked.
The device has WiFi/Bluetooth but that's for app control, you could not use this IP cam. If your intention is to record and immediately share and/or stream then you could do this whilst connected to your phone, you would need a sim card to do without. The camera can record independently and that's how most probably intend to use it.
Edited by: "Gowlande" 9th Aug 2017
On Amazon Scan is selling the same camera for £30.30 unlocked + Free delivery.
amazon.co.uk/Unl…8B8
Edited by: "puneet" 9th Aug 2017
Hello Hotdealers, I have been after a camera for my pushbike as I've been run off the road a couple of times now, this appears to be lighter than the kitsound HD action cam, would the features allow for use as a Bike Cam for 1-2hr rides?? and does anyone know if it comes with fittings as well?
Appears review is average. I guess you get what you pay for. Not voting
Example review:
techradar.com/rev…iew
Will this work without the EE sim
Yes. Although you need an EE SIM in there to update the firmware. I used a PAYG EE SIM I had lying around.
My lad wants to get into making movies/shot films with his toys - like he watches on YouTube.
Would this be suitable and is it easy to get the videos into a pc/tablet? - got onedrive etc...
I don't know anything about wi-fi cameras unfortunately.
Worth a punt as smaller than my sjcam and easily clips on so will be good for my lads youtube videos.
Adder6922 h, 2 m ago

Hello Hotdealers, I have been after a camera for my pushbike as I've been …Hello Hotdealers, I have been after a camera for my pushbike as I've been run off the road a couple of times now, this appears to be lighter than the kitsound HD action cam, would the features allow for use as a Bike Cam for 1-2hr rides?? and does anyone know if it comes with fittings as well?




This EE cam can be clipped on your shirt pocket or jacket
AND has a a GoPro compatible thingy so you could get a GoPro mount and attach that to your handlebar.
Have one and battery life is about 90 mins on mine (but is a reconditioned unit, battery cannot be replaced)
interesting thanks
The recording times are wildly different to what's suggested by mod though I cannot explain why.I have a 16gb card you get about 11 hours on 480P however on 720P you get just 2.25 hours
Jogon1819 m ago

The recording times are wildly different to what's suggested by mod though …The recording times are wildly different to what's suggested by mod though I cannot explain why.I have a 16gb card you get about 11 hours on 480P however on 720P you get just 2.25 hours


I have no idea of the actual recording bit rates and frame rates, the 720p your recording is that 60? If so that explain recording time and makes my estimate for 720p accurate as half frame rate double capacity SD card. Still serves the point I intended as well that to use for overnight recording you would need to drop to 480 or 720.
Also if you could since you own this camera, try the different recording settings and find out the bit rate? That way we can have accurate record times.
Gowlande12th Aug

I have no idea of the actual recording bit rates and frame rates, the 720p …I have no idea of the actual recording bit rates and frame rates, the 720p your recording is that 60? If so that explain recording time and makes my estimate for 720p accurate as half frame rate double capacity SD card. Still serves the point I intended as well that to use for overnight recording you would need to drop to 480 or 720. Also if you could since you own this camera, try the different recording settings and find out the bit rate? That way we can have accurate record times.


No it's not on 60fps. For 16gb card on 720p @30 fps I get 2.25hrs, for 720p@60 fps it's 1.44hrs. I like a good estimate like you did but there is a difference
£29.99 now.
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