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I purchased this camera back in September 2018. I wanted something that I could use while riding my Harley and didn't want to spend a huge amount of money on a Go Pro. I knew this camera lacked several high end features but for the price, I couldn't see how I could go wrong.
I used the camera on the bike the first time by mounting on the front of the bike. Due to the lack of image stabilization, the video picked up so much vibration from the road and the bike it wasn't really usable. Kind of makes you sick if you watch it.
I played around with the included accessories and was able to mount the camera on my helmet which helped a lot with the vibration but image stabilization would still be a nice feature. When the camera is in the included case (Underwater case), the sound is not very good. I honestly haven't used the camera outside of the case other than removing it to download the videos.
The batteries seem to last a decent amount of time. I have had a few instance where reading the SD card was a problem, however, I just plugged the camera into the computer and was able to download the videos without any issues.
I would also have liked to see the camera with Bluetooth instead of wifi. You can view your camera using your smartphone, however, you must connect to the camera using it's built-in wifi which disconnects your phone from 4G. This causes issues if you are streaming music or needing to make GPS changes.
Overall, this is a good, much cheaper alternative to a Go Pro and for $50, how could you go wrong. If you buy it and decide you need something better, you can always give it to someone else to use.
Appears to be high quality materials and construction for a reasonable price. Plenty of connection options. Haven't tried underwater/waterproof standard. Would have been good to have 60fps at 4k. 30fps not stable enough for fast action shots. Battery life in HD at 60fps reasonable at sound 50 minutes. For the price point, suits my needs for what I was prepared to pay. I wouldn't have paid $400 to $600, but Aus$70 delivered was reasonable for my current proposes. Mainly used to record cycling rides. Maybe some snorkeling in future. 4k at 30fps may be suitable.
Yes, this is a knock-off GoPro camera. Is there a difference in quality? In my experience (having used both), no, there is not much of a difference. There may be just a couple of odd grammatical errors on some of the settings menus, but other than that, this camera is nothing short of impressive. It came with more than enough equipment to mount the camera to almost anything you want to mount it to. I have a mount on the outside of my car, inside the car, and still have several mounts left over. One will be going on my longboard shortly, and another will probably be going on my bike. Two batteries are included, with a charger that can charge both at once, using the micro usb cable (included). Power block that plug into the wall is NOT included, which is perfectly fine, because those are certainly not scarce (at least for me). If you are using this as a dash camera, you can record without a battery, though I don't advise it, as you could corrupt the video files by shutting your car off before saving the video at the end of a drive. (I do not know this to be true, yet.)
Overall, I highly recommend this camera if you don't want to spend more money on a GoPro, but want something of comparable quality. I will be posting video footage taken from this remarkable camera, soon, as an update to this review.
I bought this camera back in december 2018 for a family christmas trip to Aruba! I was skeptical because of how low the price was but i'm so happy with the turn out!! The camera takes pictures, videos & slowmo's! It can with the case, batteries and all the different hook ups just like the picture showed! It did amazing in and out of the water! Couldn't have asked for a better camera! 20/10 would recommend! Here's a few underwater pictures from my trip!
I purchased this while it was on sale for $39.99, I waited to write a review until I had a chance to test it with the SD card I purchased as well. The camera works very well. Smooth tracking and good quality picture so far. I purchased the SanDisk 64GB microSDXC UHS-1 Card with Adapter. The card seems to function well with this camera. After much googling it appears the only consensus is that this camera should use a class 10 microSD. Otherwise this one seems to do the trick.
I like the wifi function with the XDV app on my phone. Gives extra freedom to an already mobile and very portable device. I will say the protective case has already come in handy. Not 10 minutes after opening the package I dropped the camera from my lap onto my hard floor. No damage or functional issues noticed after extended testing.
It took me a while to figure out how all the attachment pieces worked but I think I have them all figured out now and am excited to give them a try. I purchased this to serve as an action camera while hiking as well as a dash cam for my car. I have not had opportunity to test it within my car while driving but I have tested the driving mode and it seems to be functional and working.
Having used a gopro in the past this seems like a more cost-effective alternative for the average person.
I purchased this for a day trip to sea world with the hopes of getting some fun underwater pics and video of our child and friend. It worked well for the intended purpose, but there are a few "fine" points that I wish I had known before I ordered it. I hope this helps someone.
I wanted an action cam with a Sony sensor, 16mp photos at minimum, and 4K/30. Here's what I found out...
1) the 4K bitrate is only around 10Mbps. Thats really low. It means that the 4K video will be blocky and lower-than-usuable quality. I also noticed frame skipping, so the 4K footage was mostly garbage. Keep in mind, a higher bit rate means that more information can be recorded per second. A GoPro Hero 5, for example, records 4K at 60Mbps. That's 6x more information per second. It makes a huge difference. 2) the bitrate for 2.7K goes UP to 20Mbps. I don't understand why, but it looks much better. The video is smooth with no noticeable dropped frames. Basically, this is the highest setting that you would want to use. 3) the bitrate for all 1080 and 720 combinations stayed at 20Mbps. For 1080, this is perfectly good for the average person.
The audio is always 8K mono AAC (as are many action cams).
I also purchased a JinSun camera on Prime Day so that I could compare. Im not about to try to sift through every action cam on Amazon, but I'd really like a higher bitrate recording than the Dragon Touch produced, especially at 2.7K (20Mbps 2.7K shows some artifactwing in faster action sequences). I prefer to shoot at 4K (I shoot Panasonic equipment professionally), but 2.7K is fine for my family stuff. Interestingly, the JinSun 4K/30 cam yielded an 18Mbps 4K (still low) and 2.7K-720p yield a 26Mbps file with 8K mono AAC audio. It does have a noticeably better picture quality.
I contacted Dragon Touch about a firmware update to address the low bitrate and really didn't get much help. Interestingly, the emails came back from Akaso tech support, so I suppose this is just a rebranded Akaso.
So, I'll keep the Dragon Touch for my 9yr old and the JinSun for myself. It's on par with other cams in this price range and at the asking price, a good value.
For the asking price, I feel like the Dragon Touch is a little lacking and I'd look at the JinSun (on sale), instead. Both use the DVX app and have very similar features at similar prices. For the same money, I'll take the JinSun.
I love this camera. I use it on my drone seeing as I didnt like the one that it came with it very much. The light weight and simple attachments made it a snap to put the two together and didnt effect the flight time by more than 2 mins tops. I included a pic of what came with the camera out of the box and one of the camera on the drone. And one video of the slow motion capture feat. on the camera while on the drone. Looks amazing, really a great deal.
I'm not too happy because when I import my recordings to my pc, half the time it changes my recording to 30 fps when I STARTED RECORDING in 60fps (1080p). Which makes me lose all the footage I recorded because I'm not trying to work with 30fps, I'm trying to work with 60fps, WHICH THIS CAMERA STATES IT HAS THE CAPABILITY FOR. When it does decide it wants to record in 60 frames it's never a full constant 60 frames when I review the footage on my pc! I'm getting my video imports as 33fps, 37fps, never past 40fps. If this camera didnt shoot a full 60 fps at 1080p I WOULDN'T HAVE BOUGHT IT IN THE FIRST PLACE, much less TWO of them. I'm upset with my wasted money. I need a camera that truly shoots 60 CONSTANT FRAMES A SECOND at 1080P. I don't have time for this crap. How hard is it to be honest when posting the specifications