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Kitvision Escape 4K Action Camera with Wi-Fi and Mounting Accessories, Waterproof Up to 30 m - £17.90 (+£4.49 non Prime) @ Amazon
Posted 9th JunPosted 9th Jun
Brand KitVision Video capture resolution 1080p Video capture format MP4 Lens type Wide-Angle Screen size 2 Inches Optical zoom 0.1 x Connectivity technology Wireless Item weight 0.… Read more

Looking at the spec it looks like Kitvision have done 2 models with the same model number. The older model was 4k 15fps but this new model is 30fps but its likely both are upscaled anyway.


It would be so useful if they actually told you which sensor and chipset it uses so you could have some idea of its performance. This one here for £20 does have gyro stabilisation I think and based on a Novatek chipset however I don't know how good it is. You also get two batteries. It's likely better than the Kitvision. Seems older stock but this may not be a bad thing as action cameras seem to be increasing in price even those based on low end chipsets. It also has a genuine 2k mode at 30 fps which should be a lot more useful than its 4k at 24fps or the kitvisions 15fps. The same supplier has two other action cameras but I think the model with the built in front display is based on an inferior chipset without stabilisation.


I got one sent out to review, probably worth the money but wouldn't recommend if you want good quality


4 K (15 fps – 1080 p @ 60 fps)


My experience of two KitVision cameras tells me that this thing will be shockingly awful. If you want to spend your 18 quid on something hot, try a starbucks coffee (though you'll probably need £20).

CANON IXUS 190 Compact Camera, 20 Megapixel, 2.7" LCD Screen - Black £77.97 Delivered / Click and Collect @ Currys PC World
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Posted 9th JunPosted 9th Jun
Clearance item. Reduced from £129.97 - Also available on Currys Ebay Product features - 20 megapixels - Sensor type: 1/2.3" / 6.17 x 4.55 mm CCD sensor - Optical zoom: 10 x -… Read more

hahaha, made my day! Scalpers on ebay.... then again I can't imagine there's much profit on each one. Like £20 max


Why not just get a s/hand camera from CEX. There hasn't been much development in compact cameras as its a collapsing market. I still feel a compact camera is far better than a smartphone except for the premium end of smartphones on a quality level but compact cameras are so much easier to use and create what you want. Something like this at CEX will give you 4k 16:9 images. I've got an Olympus VG-150 which is similar and its a super compact, absolutely tiny, very easy to carry about, it weighs nothing but the results are superb I think. Maybe I'm not as fussy as others though. An image here at full optical zoom. I can tell you with both my old smartphone recently replaced and my new phone they could not create images anywhere near that quality because they would be forced to digitally zoom not optically and they are budget phones anyway with reasonable sensors but fixed aperture. Also have an old Casio which I used this morning; I had to be quick as the birds were moving and I used the maximum optical zoom on the Casio. As long as the cameras is 12 megapixel or more you can do 4k images at 16:9 and to be honest the best display I have is a 49" 4k tv. A bridge camera is another possibility if you like to use zoom for a lot of your images. Then of course for ultimate quality a DSLR with a very large sensor that captures more detail. Personally I'm more than happy with compact camera image quality. I just like to travel to different places and take a few images of where I've been.


Does'nt appear as if any sharepening settings have been configured in the camera at a guess.


Yikes. Think my 15 year old cheap pocket fuji takes better pics, nevermind my p30 Pro which takes fantastic pics imo. OK, in a more expensive category but my Sony a6500 with various lenses is amazing, tho obviously not budget or compact like this.


These sold pretty well (lol)

Trust Gaming GXT 212 Mico USB Microphone on Tripod for PC, PS4, PS5 and Laptop £15.57 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Posted 8th JunPosted 8th Jun
Gaming microphone with 3.5 mm and USB connections, works with any PC or laptop; Also compatible with PlayStation 4 & PlayStation 5 Cable with 3.5 mm plug; free USB adapter inc… Read more

Same for me unless you're talking about used.


Hi there, how did you get that price? coming up as £24.04 for me

SMALLRIG Camera Cage for Canon EOS M50/M50 (New Version) - £47.12 - Sold by SmallRig Direct / Fulfilled by Amazon
30/06/2021Expires on 30/06/2021Posted 7th JunPosted 7th Jun
I understand this is only for Canon M50 users but a really good deal if you're after a camera cage Make sure you tick the 20% discount code About this item 【UPDATE… Read more

Look on the Camera forums, there are dedicated threads for exactly that.


Well I didn't know such things existed. I will ask a question tho as you seem into this...what is a really good slider/focus rail to use for stacks? Just want to bang up a shortlist. Maybe also the same item for stitches?

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Personalised Photo Card from 25p including postage with code (via App) @ Optimalprint
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Posted 7th JunPosted 7th Jun
You can get a personalised photo card from 25p including postal delivery by creating a card via the app and using code CARDSUK at checkout . If you opt for an envelope works out a… Read more

Nightmare web site - gave up after about an hour trying to order card!! unless anyone can give simple instructions, i’’m out! (flirt)


gave me the option to amend quantity to 1, although a bit fiddly


I can't seem to order just one card on the app, it's an option on the website but the minimum number on the app is 10?


Thank you for sharing this! Ordered!

New Ring Alarm 5 piece set with camera £129 or 7 piece for £149 - Prime Exclusive @ Amazon
21/06/2021Expires on 21/06/2021Posted 7th JunPosted 7th Jun
I've been looking at the new generation Ring home alarm since it was first mentioned. This is the best deal that I've seen for it so far - it's usually £268. First post, hopefull… Read more

Great idea thank you. I just ordered some 3M Command strips to do just that!


You only have to charge it something like once a year (which has proved accurate in my experience) and it can just be stuck to a wall with the sticky pads - no drilling. So very low hassle/maintenance


its not essential, but if your phone is dead you can't dissble alarm!


Just had mine delivered. During ordering Amazon said earliest was 26 June! So I have a question. I understand the keypad is part of the package. I also understand that the app can do the same thing that the keypad does. Do I have to use the keypad? Or can I make do without it? Am i missing something here? I was hoping one less gadget to charge and look after!


Dunno if somebody else will I've already posted it back