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YI 16 MP Action Camera with High-Resolution WiFi and Bluetooth - White for £33.01 @ Amazon
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YI 16 MP Action Camera with High-Resolution WiFi and Bluetooth - White for £33.01 @ Amazon

£33.01£49.2233%Amazon Deals
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Posted 4th Oct
  • 1080P/60FPS, 720P/120FPS, 848x480/240FPS
  • Bluetooth (4.0BLE low power consumption) and Built-in (802.11 bgn) Single band 2.4G Wi-Fi
  • Ambarella A7LS chipset, low-power digital signal processing (DSP) technology, high-definition (HD) H.264/ MJPEG video engine and a 700-MHz ARM11 applications processor.
  • 1 x Yi Action Camera 1 x Battery 1 x USB cable x 1 Work Manual
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Does anyone know if there is any hack to convert this action camera to a dashcam and/or to a home security camera?
What is " high resolution WiFi"? Lol
Humss04/10/2019 10:01

What is " high resolution WiFi"? Lol


It's high res and it has wifi function so you can connect it to you phone and download recorded files.
Humss04/10/2019 10:01

What is " high resolution WiFi"? Lol



Should be "YI 16 MP Action Camera with High-Resolution, WiFi, and Bluetooth"

Gotta respect the Oxford comma.
italondonistaavataurino04/10/2019 09:59

Does anyone know if there is any hack to convert this action camera to a …Does anyone know if there is any hack to convert this action camera to a dashcam and/or to a home security camera?


The Yi dash cam is cheap enough to buy it on its own and has better functions for its purpose
italondonistaavataurino04/10/2019 09:59

Does anyone know if there is any hack to convert this action camera to a …Does anyone know if there is any hack to convert this action camera to a dashcam and/or to a home security camera?


I assume you want one device to do all these those things cause all 3 Yi specialist devices are roughly the same price.
Madcat8604/10/2019 13:40

The Yi dash cam is cheap enough to buy it on its own and has better …The Yi dash cam is cheap enough to buy it on its own and has better functions for its purpose


I got 2 of those, I was thinking if these action cams might be better or serve other purposes
Quickblood04/10/2019 13:50

I assume you want one device to do all these those things cause all 3 Yi …I assume you want one device to do all these those things cause all 3 Yi specialist devices are roughly the same price.


Kind of,never had an action cam and was assuming that thr lens quality might be better on these and possibly used as home cams if hackable etc,just lateral thinking with a pinch of hope
Madcat8604/10/2019 13:40

The Yi dash cam is cheap enough to buy it on its own and has better …The Yi dash cam is cheap enough to buy it on its own and has better functions for its purpose


Doesn't seem like Amazon sell them anymore. I can't find them anyway. eBay around £55
Edited by: "umar88" 4th Oct
2K is 1080p

1920 x 1080
When I first put this in my basket it was £33.01 now it’s showing £84.99
£85 bloodclart pounds !!!!! Expire
I tried to click on the link went to Amazon web page but the problem is the price went up to 84 pounds did the price change anything can anyone let me know what's going on because I'm tempted to buy it for the price that is listed not 84 obviously.
flamintight05/10/2019 22:18

Go educate yourself [Image]


Oh I have
:-)
This is a camera using a recording format.

You've included a graphic of monitor resolutions.

Troll somewhere else


The Digital Cinema Initiatives (DCI), a group of motion picture studios that creates standards for digital cinema, defines Standard DCI 2K resolution as 2048 x 1080

tomshardware.com/new…tml

Before "4K" became common, you'd almost never see "2K." It was pretty much just a cinema resolution, which is why you'll sometimes see used to refer to a "master format." Most digital cinema projectors used in theaters are 2K resolution (some are less). It's 2,048 pixels wide, and again, no vertical resolution is specified by the DCI.

But now that "4K" has gained traction as a term used to describe TVs and content, "2K" is becoming increasingly common as shorthand for the 1080p resolution used by most HDTVs, as well as Blu-ray. It's not technically accurate, but that didn't stop "4K" from becoming more popular than "UHD."

cnet.com/new…ed/

headendinfo.com/2k-…on/
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