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hi folks whats the best headcam value for money i dont want to spend a fortune



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SJ 4000 The real one not a copy or knockoff one they can be had for £40-£50 new. if you have more to spend an don't want to play around swapping batteries all day then a 2nd hand VIO POV it's a wired system an it's what the pro's use have seen Vio Pov 1 go for £25 2nd hand on the bay an the Hd Vio go for under a £100 I have used them for years they come out at around £350 if you fancy a new one

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any one else got a post for me dont want to spend much i only use ttr when the mood takes me cheers john

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Without a doubt it is the Xiaomi Yi Cameras

I got the latest version

up to 2k video

waterproof case

aluminium Frame

open plastic case

2 Blue tooth remotes

1 extra battery and USB charger

all for $160 delivered on ebay, $125 if you forget the remotes

also a great app to go with your android

oh yeh and they are hackable up to 4k if you want, just load the hack onto the SD card and you get 4k

small and light weight

raw video is great with 3 levels of quality and 6 + different resolutions

you can't go wrong

charge them while your use them with a little power bank or a USB charger on your bike, with a 64g micro sd card you get about 12plus hrs of video at 1080p easy

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-- Edited by BM Steve on Wednesday 5th of October 2016 03:31:36 AM

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pug wrote:

SJ 4000 The real one not a copy or knockoff one they can be had for £40-£50 new. if you have more to spend an don't want to play around swapping batteries all day then a 2nd hand VIO POV it's a wired system an it's what the pro's use have seen Vio Pov 1 go for £25 2nd hand on the bay an the Hd Vio go for under a £100 I have used them for years they come out at around £350 if you fancy a new one

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I found the VIO POV to be nowhere as good as the Xiaomi Yi Cameras, true it's  form factor and everything are quite different

but the video processor can't keep up with fast moving terrain, Xiaomi Yi is crystal clear, maybe the new ones are better

also VIO with the attached cable is a pain I found, having said that the little camera head is magic, pity you cant have it both ways

 

anyway, my take on it

 

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pug wrote:

SJ 4000 The real one not a copy or knockoff one they can be had for £40-£50 new. if you have more to spend an don't want to play around swapping batteries all day then a 2nd hand VIO POV it's a wired system an it's what the pro's use have seen Vio Pov 1 go for £25 2nd hand on the bay an the Hd Vio go for under a £100 I have used them for years they come out at around £350 if you fancy a new one


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I just saw the sj4000 on eBay au for $29.95 delivered. That's cheap! Even a tight wad like me can film themselves crashing for that price.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/2-0-LCD-SJ4000-A7-HD-1080P-Waterproof-Sports-Action-DV-Camera-Camcorder-/201638106906?var=&hash=item2ef291571a:m:mkdjn6vk5LOc8SO3d2rzi1g

 



-- Edited by pricey on Wednesday 5th of October 2016 06:38:23 AM

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Watch out for the fake one's not saying that they are all no good that Ebay link looks like a fake one hears a tube link how to tell them apart I have both an the fake is ok works well but not as good as the pucker item it drops frames an Quicktime don't like reading the mpg files off it but I use it as a it could get smashed to bits if I put it there cam think I payed £17 uk no card one battery for the fake an £55 for the real one with 4 battery's an a 32g card all the fitting bits a bob's swap between the two cam's

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