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Actioncam Action Video Camera Max


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  • Sensor: 3 Megapixel
  • Video Resolution: VGA 640 x 480
  • Display: LED light
  • AVI video format
  • Records Sound: Yes
  • Built-in Lithium Battery / 490 mAH
  • Support Micro card up to 8GB
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  • Item Weight: 299 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 299 g
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  • Manufacturer reference: ACTCAM2
  • ASIN: B0033BEOXM
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 8 Jan 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 161,866 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Product Description

Box Contains

  • 2GB Micro SD Card Included
  • Headstrap
  • Car Window Bracket
  • Bike Bracket
  • USB Cable

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    23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By W. G. Dobson on 12 Aug 2010
    Firstly ,
    1. battery lasts up to four hours
    2. comes complete with sd card
    3. small / compact
    4. aluminium case (not plastic)
    5. excellent picture.

    all very good selling points , i had the cheaper action cam by comparison this is a decade ahead in so many ways.
    I cycle with mine it lasts the whole ride and gives perfect pictures (apart from the shaking)it looks like another torch attached to the bike so i dont have any issues with strange looks from passers by.

    it does have some down sides by comparison to the earlier model, the charger system (by usb from laptop)could be so much easier and better with a seperate charger for direct current or cigarette lighter, once the powers gone its back home to the pc and recharge.the on/off switch is below the cap at the end , i don,t see why it could not be externally mounted on the case, if it rains its a case of unscrewing the cap exposing the inside if you need to turn off. the bracket that is shown on the listing is not the bracket that comes with the camara, its far far far cheaper with rubber bits to hold the camara in position, i cannot help but wonder if the bracket shown would do a better job of keeping the camara still whilst riding.

    Still all that said I can still see why this is worth the £43.00 I paid, i would recommend to anyone even if its for peace of mind most cyclists will tell you of their close shaves with car drivers , at least this camara will record them and should the worst happen .....be availble in good quality evidence.
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    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Berni on 5 April 2011
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    Like one of the other reviewers, I bought this product to mount on my road bike to capture abuse etc. by vehicles. Although the image quality is good in the HD setting, I found the camera useless for the purpose I had, because:
    * The camera records in chunks, and creates a a file for each chunk. In HD mode, a chunk lasts for 2mins 27secs. Unfortunately, the camera frequently (2 or 3 times in a 60 minute commute) stops after writing a file, and has to be restarted manually. Turns out this is because of vibration - but that's pretty pathetic where the vibration is just what is being caused by a road bike on tarmac.
    * There is a gap of about 3 seconds between the end of one file and the start of the next.
    * After a couple of weeks of use, the camera has started losing the first 9 or 10 files it recorded.
    * Night image quality is poor - too much camera shake to be of any use.
    * The sound is useless - nothing but wind noise.
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    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By David Foot on 26 Nov 2010
    The camera from Chilli Technologies is ok as it records video well, however it doesn't have any sound only a sort of clicking noise so I mute the speaker. I bought a similar product with a different brand name 11 months ago, and this did have some sound.
    I want it for the bike to have evidence in case of problems so it is ok it does the job but it is not as good as the other one from Swann who's battery ran out after 11 months.
    The problem with these cameras is that you should be able to change the rechargeable battery if you have electronic skills, but I haven't been able to find replacements so I have had to buy a new camera. As I am a professional electronic engineer I don't like designs that are throw away jobs because it is so bad for the environment to send things to landfill which could be used for much longer. Also electronic devices should be repairable. To a point the Chilli Technologies documentation is better than Swann's because in their prospectus they give you enough information to take the product appart.
    To conclude it is a useful product but it can be improved.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cj Reynolds on 25 Oct 2011
    this product has been a string of dissapointments...

    from the initial video quality, the completly useless (at anything other than a standstill) HD mode, the very poor low light performance, the record 500mb then stop. (sometimes it'll start a new file and carry on recording, i asume that's what was intended),
    the hit the record button, do your run, at the end realize it's no longer recording, get home and find it's recorded:-

    !! NOTHING AGAIN !!

    rather too many times now.

    the very poor design of the mounting options (won't hold it in possition on any handlbars without drooping, helmet mount is ***p (would work on your bare head, i'll give them that much). windscrean mount looks like it'll probably work (don't own a car, there's a good chance it'd fall off half way round the lap by the quality of the rest though) but you'll have to have a passenger to check it's recording (unless you don't mind doing your lap checking the led status).

    if it ain't in line of sight so you can constantly check to see if it's recording your unlikely to get any videos, kinda takes 'action' out of the equation.

    dissapointing don't realy cover it.

    DON'T BOTHER WITH THIS PRODUCT.

    poor accesories, unpredictable performance, OK build quality of the camara though... so 1 whole star.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By GrahameC on 10 Dec 2010
    I bought this item to use as a helmet camera whilst commuting by bicycle. With an aluminium case, it has a good build quality, and video quality is fairly good in good conditions. Low light quality is not great, making it difficult to read registrations numbers from videos made using street lights. Battery life seems to be no more than 2 hours on the unit I have, but this is OK.

    There was not a good mount for my cycle helmet, but I managed to fit it by removing the camera retaining strap from the handlebar mount, fastening it upside down to the helmet using a couple of cable ties and using the handlebar strap to hold the camera. It works well in this configuration.

    I have arrived home a few times to find that the video has failed and the micro-SD card contains a corrupted file; this was using two different memory cards. I think this may be due to cold weather.
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