Digieye 720P Waterproof HD Action Camera Kit with 2" LCD Screen + 8GB MicroSD £12.99 at 7dayShop
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Digieye 720P Waterproof HD Action Camera Kit with 2" LCD Screen + 8GB MicroSD £12.99 at 7dayShop

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Posted 17th May
Only seems to be 720p but it's cheap enough for a punt.
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any review on this?
Heat for the price. ? For the quality.

Its not going to compare to a Go Pro.

Dont expect the world and you will be happy. As long as it is still working
Gave it a punt
I grabbed the Campark X20 from a deal on here the other day .
Really impressed with it for £33 .
Shoots upto 4K but only used it on Full HD 1080p .
The stabilisation lets it down a little, but you can't moan for £33 .
I compared it with my Gopro hero 7 black and you can see the gulf in Quality on the Gropro, but that was £220 more !
This cam would be good for kids to get used to using one .
The stabilisation will be awful on this and only shoots 720p, so most peoples midrange phone will do a better job .
Got the 1080P version of this and, not surprising camera is pretty poor. And sound is worse. But if you want to try it on your bike its great fun and you get a remote control to operate from your wrist.
Think you be better off saving £12.99
Can anyone recommend the cheapest alternative to a GoPro under £100, possibly below £80?
yozzman123417/05/2020 12:28

I grabbed the Campark X20 from a deal on here the other day . Really …I grabbed the Campark X20 from a deal on here the other day . Really impressed with it for £33 .Shoots upto 4K but only used it on Full HD 1080p .The stabilisation lets it down a little, but you can't moan for £33


I bought the same one and went to look at the thread on here but it vanished! I'm still trying to make up my mind on it. I was hoping for a little more on the stabilisation side (as in, I'd like to see some) , but the fact it takes generic batteries is super handy and it doesn't output in a weird file type like my old cam means I think for the money, I'll keep it. I went bother with 4k, 1080p is more than enough
endofdays17/05/2020 13:34

I bought the same one and went to look at the thread on here but it …I bought the same one and went to look at the thread on here but it vanished! I'm still trying to make up my mind on it. I was hoping for a little more on the stabilisation side (as in, I'd like to see some) , but the fact it takes generic batteries is super handy and it doesn't output in a weird file type like my old cam means I think for the money, I'll keep it. I went bother with 4k, 1080p is more than enough


Yes the stabilisation on the campark x20 isn’t great , wasn’t expecting it to be any good, audio is pretty good and the 1080p is very sharp and produces good film . So static on a tripod it’s perfect . On a bike or snorkelling it will be good , just not great for walking around or vlogging.
italondonistaavataurino17/05/2020 13:24

Can anyone recommend the cheapest alternative to a GoPro under £100, …Can anyone recommend the cheapest alternative to a GoPro under £100, possibly below £80?


A second hand go-pro?
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