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Found 6th Feb
Clip on camera EE £14.51 Scan Today only deals - RRP £59.99
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Sharpharp45 m ago

2 questions.......1) What is the battery life while is use?2) Does it have …2 questions.......1) What is the battery life while is use?2) Does it have motion detection? Can you set it up and leave it so it acts as a security cam only if someone passes by and beams you the video or photo?If not, i'm outP.S. Looking at the vide for it, you see some idiot using the cam videoing some gymnastics and beaming it to someone elses phone... Why wouldn't you use your phone like 99% of most people would and WhatsApp facetime it.Basically, unless this answers questions 1 & 2, this tech is 8 years too late


In that circumstance then yes use your £800 phone.....putting it on my dogs collar, letting my kids play with it or anything where it might go missing - I`ll use this
I got one of these on a similar deal around 6 months ago. I just use it as a bike cam on my handlebars without the sim etc. The battery lasts about 60-80 minutes. Its pretty well built and I've dropped mine a few times and its still going strong. Picture is good for 1080p, clear enough for me day or night. At this price I'm tempted to get another !
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£59.99 here :-(
Shows at £59.99 for me??
Same £59.99
£14.51 here on my mobile using the app
Sloth/Mod
Link fixed to show correct price. Thanks
2 questions.......

1) What is the battery life while is use?
2) Does it have motion detection? Can you set it up and leave it so it acts as a security cam only if someone passes by and beams you the video or photo?

If not, i'm out

P.S. Looking at the vide for it, you see some idiot using the cam videoing some gymnastics and beaming it to someone elses phone... Why wouldn't you use your phone like 99% of most people would and WhatsApp facetime it.

Basically, unless this answers questions 1 & 2, this tech is 8 years too late
Edited by: "Sharpharp" 6th Feb
Got one. Ty
Me too...thank you OP
Result thanks 😊
Not a bad idea for security staff and the like to flip onto their fronts.
bitcoin547 m ago

Try this scan link Try this scan link https://www.scan.co.uk/products/4geecapture-cam-4g?owpid=2924606


That worked a treat cheers
Sharpharp45 m ago

2 questions.......1) What is the battery life while is use?2) Does it have …2 questions.......1) What is the battery life while is use?2) Does it have motion detection? Can you set it up and leave it so it acts as a security cam only if someone passes by and beams you the video or photo?If not, i'm outP.S. Looking at the vide for it, you see some idiot using the cam videoing some gymnastics and beaming it to someone elses phone... Why wouldn't you use your phone like 99% of most people would and WhatsApp facetime it.Basically, unless this answers questions 1 & 2, this tech is 8 years too late


In that circumstance then yes use your £800 phone.....putting it on my dogs collar, letting my kids play with it or anything where it might go missing - I`ll use this
£18.50 with miserly delivery
I got one of these on a similar deal around 6 months ago. I just use it as a bike cam on my handlebars without the sim etc. The battery lasts about 60-80 minutes. Its pretty well built and I've dropped mine a few times and its still going strong. Picture is good for 1080p, clear enough for me day or night. At this price I'm tempted to get another !
Ordered...thanks
Are the batteries replaceable?
JonG34 m ago

I got one of these on a similar deal around 6 months ago. I just use it …I got one of these on a similar deal around 6 months ago. I just use it as a bike cam on my handlebars without the sim etc. The battery lasts about 60-80 minutes. Its pretty well built and I've dropped mine a few times and its still going strong. Picture is good for 1080p, clear enough for me day or night. At this price I'm tempted to get another !


That is rather good considering the size of the battery, are the night videos grainy or fairly bright?

Ordered anyway, but your use has given me an idea for another bit of fun
veedubjai28 m ago

Are the batteries replaceable?


Do not think so vee, but at £15 would be worth finding out if you can stuff a 1500 or 1750mAh one in!

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Free delivery or not?
TylerDurdenUK5 m ago

Here's the thread from a while back @£13 from scan


I'm out thanks for review
JonG1 h, 20 m ago

I got one of these on a similar deal around 6 months ago. I just use it …I got one of these on a similar deal around 6 months ago. I just use it as a bike cam on my handlebars without the sim etc. The battery lasts about 60-80 minutes. Its pretty well built and I've dropped mine a few times and its still going strong. Picture is good for 1080p, clear enough for me day or night. At this price I'm tempted to get another !


That was my question - so the cam can be used as just that a cam, without a sim card? Can it then be connected to Wi-Fi and vids sent over WiFi? Does it hold a separate SD card which can then be put into a computer and vids uploaded?
Has it got a clip to attach to jackets, etc?
Would it be suitable for skiing? Donr want to pay the price of a go pro - is this a cheap similar product??
Thanks!
Thank you - going to try it as a bike cam as I've had some close calls.
bitcoin52 h, 24 m ago

Do not think so vee, but at £15 would be worth finding out if you can …Do not think so vee, but at £15 would be worth finding out if you can stuff a 1500 or 1750mAh one in![Image]


Well, that's me out then. More disposable tech in the scrapheap.
Too bad the thing can't just connect via Wifi instead of data on a sim
elliot12349 h, 14 m ago

Too bad the thing can't just connect via Wifi instead of data on a sim


You can, the SIM is just for live streaming to social media if your into that sort of thing.

It takes an SD card so you can just take the media files from there if you have a computer/laptop.
pimpMe7 h, 5 m ago

You can, the SIM is just for live streaming to social media if your into …You can, the SIM is just for live streaming to social media if your into that sort of thing. It takes an SD card so you can just take the media files from there if you have a computer/laptop.


You're half right, without the sim you can still use it as you said, but it cannot connect to wifi, which is a shame as I wanted to get one as a basic cctv connected to my home wifi

It has wifi so you can connect your phone to the camera, as opposed to connecting your camera to a wifi network, this is so you can use your phone as a viewfinder for example
It uses a micro SD card which is easy to slot in and out. I think you can transfer just using the charging USB cable too. All the videos are stored on the SD card at about 5 minute intervals, which are named by date and time.

To set it up originally you download an EE app for your smartphone which then connects to the Capture Cam using Wi-Fi to adjust setting etc.

Night shots are obviously more grainy- it really depends on what you want to use it for.
It comes with a clip btw but no other real mounting stuff.
Tempting... lack of IP rating puts me off. Voted hot anyway
Got this. Feel cheated because the quality is so low. No way you can use it at night or dusk as a bike cam - even with lights on in the living room the picture is pretty awful due to low light and a pinhole camera aperture. Not waterproof AFAIK (IP rating). Bought it as a bike cam, like just being able to clip on a camera and go, but its not good enough for this.

Having real problems playing the videos back as well. Says REC 00:00:00 whatever I do and each video file is marked 00:00:00 and won't play properly despite having some content. (You also have to open and use the SIM to firmware upgrade cannot do it over PC).

Far less hassle to buy a stand and use your phone - and far better quality.
Even for £20 (i.e. including postage) this is not good value if its so low quality its useless. Very noisy as well (and you can't turn the beeping sound off).
Edited by: "trampjuice" 10th Feb
I was way too harsh on this camera. I had accidently put it in timelapse video mode and was very frustrated in getting it working. After using it today, its pretty good quality in daylight on the bike as a 'dash cam' and you can clip it and go. It is low quality at night but frankly its worth it for £14.51 if you use a bike cam and are ordering from scan anyway (negating the postage costs)
Edited by: "trampjuice" 12th Feb
Thank you for this! Got one and my 2yr old loves playing with it. Have a spare 32gb sd card in it. Some awesome footage of her charging around laughing like a loony! For the camera firmware update, I ordered a free SIM from EE which comes with 5mb pre loaded (I didn't receive the 2gb SIM with mine) firmware is 1mb....) Ordered a 2nd which came with the 2gb SIM, as a back up device for when this one gets tagged. A lot of fun for very little. Thank you OP!
I just ordered one so why is this marked as expired?
fablanta1 h, 28 m ago

I just ordered one so why is this marked as expired?


Prices may go up as well as down. Do you want OP to check prices 24/7/365 a year? If you found the price has dropped, it's common courtesy to scream at the mods to unexpire the post. Did you do it?
veedubjai6 h, 47 m ago

Prices may go up as well as down. Do you want OP to check prices 24/7/365 …Prices may go up as well as down. Do you want OP to check prices 24/7/365 a year? If you found the price has dropped, it's common courtesy to scream at the mods to unexpire the post. Did you do it?


Oops! Meant to post in this thread from the 18th Feb.
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