Furibee H9R 4K Ultra HD Action Camera £30.11 Delivered (includes mounts and accessories) @ Gearbest
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Furibee H9R 4K Ultra HD Action Camera £30.11 Delivered (includes mounts and accessories) @ Gearbest

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Found 11th Oct
Good price for a 4K camera, especially considering it's capable of 25fps. Most in this price range only hit 15fps.

Battery should be good for 60mins of recording 4K, lower resolutions will obviously be longer. You also get a full range of accessories like a handlebar mount, wrist band, Bike mount and remote control.

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Description:
Furibee H9R 4K Action Camera is perfect for cycling, skiing, surfing, diving, climbing, etc. Records the wonderful moment in your life! It can be used to shoot the sunrise, sunset, flowers, etc. Bring it with you and have fun. It can operate or review via smart phone or iPad with WiFi function.

Main Features:
4K 25FPS, the highest resolution currently
Support compressed video function under 1080P and 720P resolution, you can compress a few days or hours of video into a few seconds to play
Can up to 12 million static pixel
Support single camera, continuous photos and camera timer ( 0.5-60 seconds timer )
APP has the function of video editing and can share video
With 2.4G 3m water resistance wireless remote control, effective within 10 meters ( built-in 3V CR2032 button cell battery )
170 degrees wide wide-angle, shooting wider range
Support WiFi connection
Super lightweight, easy to take with
Built in 1050mAh capacity battery, recording video in 1080P 60fps mode can use 90 minutes, 4K resolution can use 60 minutes
Please download the APP "iSmart DV" in Google Play or Apple Store


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11 Comments

If it really is 4k 25fps that's pretty good. Though if it supports 1080p @ 60fps I'd probably use that instead.

Bought one of these on a lightning deal for £33 down from £42 - offers 4k30 and 1080p60 shooting - results are alright.

amazon.co.uk/WIM…SRQ

In built stabilisation?

A Furibee !! I don't know this make however good price.


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leelukehope11th Oct

If it really is 4k 25fps that's pretty good. Though if it supports 1080p @ …If it really is 4k 25fps that's pretty good. Though if it supports 1080p @ 60fps I'd probably use that instead.



Am looking for an action camera for my daughter for xmas. I thought this might be an option, but apparently 4K is suspect on cameras with this chipset (sunplus 6350).

Or am I misunderstanding this video?

Really cheap crap ! Avoid.....

maxmix

Been looking for a budget (about £20) mini action cam to strap on to my model cars, that can do 1080p60. Problem is while many tout the res and fps, the look god awful. Anything chinese is usually a lie, using interpolation on a much lower res ccd. Like all those crappy budget webcams that say they're 23MP or something but really they're vga (640x480). Branded ones are always a rip off though. Maybe I should stick an old phone down instead.

Evilmonkey4 h, 7 m ago

Am looking for an action camera for my daughter for xmas. I thought this …Am looking for an action camera for my daughter for xmas. I thought this might be an option, but apparently 4K is suspect on cameras with this chipset (sunplus 6350).Or am I misunderstanding this video?[Video]


I'd steer clear mate. With cameras you do tend to get what you pay for. I was lucky and picked up 2 refurbished GoPro Hero's for £60 each on the bay. It depends how important your daughters recordings will be. As in, is it going to be more of a toy or is she using it as a tool?
Mine were used for snorkelling and other 'once in a lifetime' experiences where I couldn't afford to have a cheap camera fail on me so I just spent the extra. I know it's hard to find extra cash around Xmas time though.

leelukehope9 h, 30 m ago

I'd steer clear mate. With cameras you do tend to get what you pay for. I …I'd steer clear mate. With cameras you do tend to get what you pay for. I was lucky and picked up 2 refurbished GoPro Hero's for £60 each on the bay. It depends how important your daughters recordings will be. As in, is it going to be more of a toy or is she using it as a tool? Mine were used for snorkelling and other 'once in a lifetime' experiences where I couldn't afford to have a cheap camera fail on me so I just spent the extra. I know it's hard to find extra cash around Xmas time though.



Somewhere in between toy and once in a lifetime hopefully. She does a lot of outdoorsy activities and thought something like this would be good for her to grab some memories...

I just know so little about these types of camera...

Evilmonkey8 h, 57 m ago

Somewhere in between toy and once in a lifetime hopefully. She does a lot …Somewhere in between toy and once in a lifetime hopefully. She does a lot of outdoorsy activities and thought something like this would be good for her to grab some memories...I just know so little about these types of camera...



Yeah action cameras are an iffy one because 80% of the time the specifications on paper mean nothing and it can be a bit of a gamble (hence why most people opt for the more expensive and sometimes overpriced branded ones). Fair play though it's a good idea for a present and I'm sure she'd appreciate your attentiveness!
Whats your budget? If I get a chance after work then I'll have a look around and see what I can find.

leelukehope35 m ago

Yeah action cameras are an iffy one because 80% of the time the …Yeah action cameras are an iffy one because 80% of the time the specifications on paper mean nothing and it can be a bit of a gamble (hence why most people opt for the more expensive and sometimes overpriced branded ones). Fair play though it's a good idea for a present and I'm sure she'd appreciate your attentiveness! Whats your budget? If I get a chance after work then I'll have a look around and see what I can find.



It does seem to be a bit of a random chance... They seem to be fairly loose with the truth...

In terms of budget, I just went through the list of pressies to buy vs budget, and was a little less than I thought it was. So I think in all honesty it would be around the £40 mark. I think that probably rules out 4K (not that this would make the slightest difference to my daughter!).

Maybe this one is a good deal on the basis that it does the lower resolution quite well?
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