4G EE Full HD Clip-On Capture Cam with FREE 4GEE SIM Preloaded with 2GB PAYG - @ SCAN £14.51 + shipping (£19.99 delivered) unless AVForum member (free to collect)
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4G EE Full HD Clip-On Capture Cam with FREE 4GEE SIM Preloaded with 2GB PAYG - @ SCAN £14.51 + shipping (£19.99 delivered) unless AVForum member (free to collect)

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SpecificationsMega Pixel8MPResolution (Still Image)4288x3216Resolution (Video)1920x1080 (Full HD)Live Video Frame Rate30 fpsZoom LCD DisplayNoSensor Type8M sensor, 1/4" diagonalDynamic Range Connectivity
  • 3G
  • 4G
  • Micro USB
  • Wi-Fi
Onboard Memory1000 MBStorage TypeMicroSDImage Formats Supported
  • DCF
  • JPEG
Video Formats SupportedMP4Shooting Modes Weight90.5 gDimensions55 x 55 x 19 (WxHxD mm)ColourBlack
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Don't need one, it's cheap, ordered one, another hotukdeals "saving"
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Previously posted, so some info in the thread that may be useful for others now it is back in stock

hotukdeals.com/dea…016
Sorry I did search on mobile but nothing was found. Just checked your link also which is exipred. Remove if needed thanks.
Edited by: "Protoype" 18th Feb
Protoype3 m ago

Sorry I did search on mobile but nothing was found. Just checked your link …Sorry I did search on mobile but nothing was found. Just checked your link also which is exipred. Remove if needed thanks.



No, this is fine to stay @Protoype , that deal is expired now as it was a 24 hour offer
Is there a code?

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andywedge24 m ago

No, this is fine to stay @Protoype , that deal is expired now as it was a …No, this is fine to stay @Protoype , that deal is expired now as it was a 24 hour offer


odd how the duplicate deal earlier was deleted but not this one
Edited by: "nougat" 18th Feb
This appeared on my Google news this morning - the same deal as last time. Looks to have expired (again!)
Going for £20 on Amazon though: 4G EE Full HD Clip-On Capture Cam with FREE 4GEE SIM Preloaded with 2GB PAYG amazon.co.uk/dp/…B8/
Edited by moderator: "trimmed link" 18th Feb
Its still available at £14.51
mbriz39 m ago

Is there a code?[Image]


Gotta click on the "today only deals" button in the top bar. That takes you through to specials and from there to this product page again, except now the price is magically lower.

I've bought one of these to use as a cycling camera but does anyone know if you can charge and record at the same time?
you can select 2-5days delivery for even cheaper price.
Any idea on battery life? Can't see anything
Quality is mediocre but what else would you expect at this price. Maybe it's semi useful as an indoor security cam or for watching that an older relative is safe.

techradar.com/rev…iew
The one review on scan suggests that the app is no longer supported on iOS platform. Should be ok for android so I'll give it a stab. Heat.
Don't need one, it's cheap, ordered one, another hotukdeals "saving"
Records for an hour - Max.
Button light always on (during recording).
Would need these to drop in price a few quid more before I bite.
ktreadwell1 h, 24 m ago

The one review on scan suggests that the app is no longer supported on iOS …The one review on scan suggests that the app is no longer supported on iOS platform. Should be ok for android so I'll give it a stab. Heat.



That would be my review , You can also see the same comments in EE's community - community.ee.co.uk/t5/…091

The app works mostly but you cannot logon to Facebook to do the Livestreaming. You enter your Facebook username / password and it wont authenticate just gets a white screen. EE's support didn't seem to know much about the software, telling me it was discontinued in 2016, but yet EE issued an update in November 2017. The app works fine for controlling the camera, just not the livestreaming side, it also works fine in IOS11 so is 64 bit. I tried IOS 10 on my old phone and that does not work either, suggesting its something in the authentication at facebook side. I don't have any android device, but I'm trying to borrow one to see if I can do the live stream setup in Android and then see if the camera remembers the settings so I can then use the iOS app to start/ stop the stream.


Quality's OK for the price, like many cheaper camera its got a small lens, there's no stabilisation so rapid movement can end up a blurry mess, and it needs a reasonable amount of light or the images may be murky, but again noting new for most cameras, even expensive go-pros struggle in low light, but the more you pay the better they may be as the light levels drop.

Its got 2.5GB memory on board, how much video you can put in that depends on the quality and setting you set the camera to, 1080P @ 30fps will use more memory than the 480P/30fps, and what you record. The nature of video and MP4 means if your video has a lot of changes then the file will be bigger than a relatively static image, so if you were to start the camera and walk around with it on you it would generate a bigger file than if you left it pointing at a static subject.

What that means in practice is how much video you can record till the internal memory fills up will vary, so I planned to add a SD card and external power to keep it running for an all day time lapse.

My intention is to try using it for time lapse and I'll record to the micro SD card. The battery is just under 1300 MAH according to the manual, and should be good for recording about 90 mins of video.

And yes the led is always on, and you can't disable it, no different to many other cameras, you can fix it with a bit of insulating tape.

At the end of the day I viewed it as a £15 toy to play with. ...
Edited by: "gavin1" 18th Feb
Heat. 2Gb sim is £10 on its own. Don't know what everyone is moaning about, it's £14!
nougat9 h, 11 m ago

odd how the duplicate deal earlier was deleted but not this one


This site is crazy. I've had the same problem and no one could agree why my thread was deleted - not even the mods.
Nice, BWV camera for the people!
I got one hoping I could turn it into an IP camera using my home wifi but I can't, does anyone know if it's possible?

Works ok as a dashcam with an SD card as long as it is plugged in as the battery is about 90 minutes otherwise, also has time lapse video

I used the data Sim in my wifi hotspot instead of in the camera instead, bargain at £14
Edited by: "rnr81" 18th Feb
Price showing 59 am I missing something can't see today only deals either
Great deal got it by going to 'Today Only' for price stated plus £4.79 delivery to local newsagent. I was thinking of a Nikon Keymisson 80 but hey this is £220 less and for my purposes ideal - play get bored put in drawer....
Great find. Ordered. Thanks OP
rnr813 h, 31 m ago

I got one hoping I could turn it into an IP camera using my home wifi but …I got one hoping I could turn it into an IP camera using my home wifi but I can't, does anyone know if it's possible?Works ok as a dashcam with an SD card as long as it is plugged in as the battery is about 90 minutes otherwise, also has time lapse videoI used the data Sim in my wifi hotspot instead of in the camera instead, bargain at £14


This camera is it's own hotspot. You connect your phone to the camera via WiFi. As such, you can't connect it to your local WiFi. That's by design as they want the external data connection to be made from their SIM - not your router. There's profit in their SIM cards, but not in your own router.
Brilliant little camera. It's survived 2 weeks thus far being dropped/ thrown and rolled down a large slide. Not a single mark and continues to work.
Configure it for time lapse and put in your 16/32 GB SD card. It's much quicker transfer speeds if using a USB SD card reader on your computer.
yorkshiretightarse8 h, 38 m ago

This camera is it's own hotspot. You connect your phone to the camera via …This camera is it's own hotspot. You connect your phone to the camera via WiFi. As such, you can't connect it to your local WiFi. That's by design as they want the external data connection to be made from their SIM - not your router. There's profit in their SIM cards, but not in your own router.Brilliant little camera. It's survived 2 weeks thus far being dropped/ thrown and rolled down a large slide. Not a single mark and continues to work.Configure it for time lapse and put in your 16/32 GB SD card. It's much quicker transfer speeds if using a USB SD card reader on your computer.


I knew that side of it, just wondered if there's a hack to reconfigure the wifi but I'm guessing not
Why is it showing as expired? Still up and running!
Mike_HUKD19th Feb

Why is it showing as expired? Still up and running!



Probably as the link goes to the "full price" page not the "Reduced as a Today Only speical" page here - scan.co.uk/tod…nly
gavin118th Feb

That would be my review , You can also see the same comments in EE's …That would be my review , You can also see the same comments in EE's community - https://community.ee.co.uk/t5/4GEE-Action-Cam/4GEE-Capture-Cam-no-Livestream-since-Facebook/td-p/592091The app works mostly but you cannot logon to Facebook to do the Livestreaming. You enter your Facebook username / password and it wont authenticate just gets a white screen. EE's support didn't seem to know much about the software, telling me it was discontinued in 2016, but yet EE issued an update in November 2017. The app works fine for controlling the camera, just not the livestreaming side, it also works fine in IOS11 so is 64 bit. I tried IOS 10 on my old phone and that does not work either, suggesting its something in the authentication at facebook side. I don't have any android device, but I'm trying to borrow one to see if I can do the live stream setup in Android and then see if the camera remembers the settings so I can then use the iOS app to start/ stop the stream.Quality's OK for the price, like many cheaper camera its got a small lens, there's no stabilisation so rapid movement can end up a blurry mess, and it needs a reasonable amount of light or the images may be murky, but again noting new for most cameras, even expensive go-pros struggle in low light, but the more you pay the better they may be as the light levels drop.Its got 2.5GB memory on board, how much video you can put in that depends on the quality and setting you set the camera to, 1080P @ 30fps will use more memory than the 480P/30fps, and what you record. The nature of video and MP4 means if your video has a lot of changes then the file will be bigger than a relatively static image, so if you were to start the camera and walk around with it on you it would generate a bigger file than if you left it pointing at a static subject. What that means in practice is how much video you can record till the internal memory fills up will vary, so I planned to add a SD card and external power to keep it running for an all day time lapse.My intention is to try using it for time lapse and I'll record to the micro SD card. The battery is just under 1300 MAH according to the manual, and should be good for recording about 90 mins of video. And yes the led is always on, and you can't disable it, no different to many other cameras, you can fix it with a bit of insulating tape.At the end of the day I viewed it as a £15 toy to play with. ...


I bought it for the reason you concluded with I could only find the action cam app on the android market place, so will try it to see if it works.

How do you intend to setup time lapse on it? I'm tempted to do the same (edit) NM, just seen it's a standard feature on it
Edited by: "ktreadwell" 23rd Feb
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