Drift Innovation Stealth 2 Weather Resistant Full HD 1080p Sports Action Camera with Wi-Fi, Mounts and Accessories - Black
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- With a size of only 80mm x 42mm x 27mm it's just half of the Drift Ghost-S, which makes it fit in nearly every pocket
- Super light weight of only 97 g (3.42 oz) the Drift Stealth 2 is one of the lightest action cameras on the market
- Record Life - In Crystal Clear Full HD (1080p at up to 30 fps)
- 300 Degree Rotating Lens - Mount It Anywhere
- Long Life Battery - 3 Hours of Recording (features an integrated 1500 mAh battery)
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Small Camera. Big World.
Introducing its 8th generation of cameras, the Drift Stealth 2 is the smallest and lightest Drift camera yet. Coming in at 80mm x 42mm x 27mm and only 97g, this small camera can be carried with you anywhere and everywhere, so you are always ready to capture life from your perspective. The high quality 7-element lens provides an optical 137 degree field of view, no longer using a digital narrow angle, so objects appear closer and sharper. The Stealth 2 films in 1080p at 30 fps with its Aptina CMOS sensor producing crystal clear high definition footage. The 3 hours recording time, rotatable lens and aerodynamic design make the Drift Stealth 2 a unique POV camera. With its colour coded screen and LED you always know which camera mode you are in, creating a user friendly experience.
Tip! Add the Drift 2-Way Remote for max usability and the Stealth 2 Waterproof Case to take your camera under water to the depths up to 40 meters.
Half the Size - The Smallest Drift Ever
Take your Stealth 2 with you and capture all the unforgettable adventures and memorable times of your life! With a size of only 80mm x 42mm x 27mm it's just half of the Drift Ghost-S, which makes it fit in nearly every pocket. Capture life from your perspective and use it not only for adventurous action, but also for spontaneous trips and relaxed hangout sessions.
40% Lighter - Compact and Aerodynamic
With its super light weight of only 97g the Drift Stealth 2 does literally live up to its name as one of the lightest action cameras on the market. Easily mounted to the full range of Drift mounts using the Drift Universal Clip (or to any other mounting system using the Stealth 2's universal 1/4” thread), you won't even feel the camera on your body or helmet.
Easy to Use
The Drift Stealth 2 does not only feature our already well-known status LED on the front, but also a colour coded screen showing you which camera mode you are currently using. In addition, this 1.3" Mono Graphic Backlit LCD allows you to easily manage your camera covering all important settings at the touch of a button. To make your Stealth 2 even easier to use, it is fully compatible with the Drift 2-Way Remote Control.
Record Life - In Crystal Clear Full HD
Capture your adventures in magnificent Full HD (1080p at up to 30 fps), take magnificent still images (up to 12 MP photos), or create spectacular slow-motion shots at 720p and up to 60 fps. The Stealth 2's high quality 7-element lens provides an optical 135 degree field of view, no longer using a digital narrow angle, so objects appear even closer and sharper.
300 Degree Rotating Lens - Mount It Anywhere
Never change a proven concept! The 300 degree continuously rotatable lens allows you to mount your Stealth 2 in all conceivable positions, and yet still provides a straight image. So just plug the camera into the mount, set the lens and get started - no angles, no screws!
Long Life Battery - 3 Hours of Recording
Since day one, a long recording time has always been one of Drift's most important focuses when producing an action camera. To provide both maximum battery life together with minimum camera size, the Stealth 2 features an integrated 1500 mAh battery giving you 3 hours of recording time at 1080p. Easily charge your camera using any conventional USB wall charger or directly plug it into your computer.
Battery Capacity:1500 mAh rechargeable lithium-ion battery / up to 3 hours of recording time
Video: 1080p/30fps, 960p/30fps, 720p/60fps
Photo: 5/8/12 MP - Single Shot/ Burst Shot/ Time Lapse
Screen: 1.3" Mono Graphic Backlit LCD
Water Resistance: Weather resistant, do not submerge in water without Waterproof Case
Microphone: Built-in microphone (no external microphone input)
Storage: MicroSD, SDHC, SDXC memory cards up to 32GB
Drift Stealth 2 Action Camera
Curved and Flat Surface Mounts
Micro USB Cable
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Pondering for ages between Stealth 2 and Ghost HD but in the end size, weight, features and price made Stealth 2 the winner.
Primarily bought for bicycle helmet but the supplied mounts may not work depending on helmet. I used the goggle strap mount with cable ties and it works great and the other mounts work for my motorcycle helmet.
Although the mounts are secure, the Stealth 2 lacks the lanyard (or option to fit one) that can be fitted to the Ghost HD which would have been nice for peace of mind.
I wanted top rather than side mount so that helmet isnt off balance but due to size and weight, side mounting probably wont be an issue.
One thing to bear in mind when positioning the camera, I found when moving from upright to drop bars I ended up getting more of the road directly in front of the wheel.
Mobile app, however fast your internet speed, downloading this app will be seconds of your life wasted. Biggest waste of time EVER!!! Nuff said.
To charge or transfer data, you have to remove the rear dust/moisture seal and it is the kind of little thing that would be easily lost (and probably expensive to replace). Having them connected by some kind of cord/lanyard would have been preferable.
Power supply? the camera comes with a USB cable but no plug and as the manual states you cant charge from a PC, this is a data transfer cable and cant really be called a charger (which in fairness it is not in the box contents) so ensure you have a power supply that accepts USB.
A lot of reviews (amazon and elsewhere) complain about wind noise. any camea would be affected by wind noise so be realistic with expectations. Anyone who is even half way serious about sound recording wouldn't even cosider using a built in mic anyway.
When static, sound recording is great but even at slow speed the wind noise cancels everything out however this is a positive.
The camera will record the poor driving of others but will not record the verbal abuse you direct at them but in the unfortunate event of any incident/confrontation once stopped, will record voices clearly.
I found the HD recording to be great but will probably switch to the 720p for general use. Having bought it in October and being an evening rider, I wasnt sure how the camera would hold out with low angle sunlight. while the highlights burn out the foreground exposure is spot on and the camera doesn't suffer any purple banding or white out even when riding directly in to the sun.
All in all, very happy so far.
I know 2 other people who have them. 1 is still going after a year, but he only uses it on the occasional Sunday blast. The other guy who used it day in day out had the same issues as myself. Basically the battery in them is cheap tat & just doesn't last.
Major issue is the reliability. The wind noise on a motorbike makes it pointless for anything other than protecting you against insurance claims. With no way to fit an external mic its not suitable for vlogging etc.
Battery life is pretty poor, with a 20 minute commute to work using 40% from a full charge.
It also has a habit of switching itself off intermittently even with full memory/battery. So you will watch a video waiting for something you know happened only for it to skip to after the event! I have had a few memory cards in case it was them - same thing happens.
The app that you can use on your phone was very poor - and plain didn't work. The new app seems to work better now at least.
All in all, its not the cheapest camera out there so I'd expect more. Save your money and get something better, unless you just want a camera to protect you - then buy a cheaper one.
Its now lying at my desk as I honestly don't think its worth the effort to charge every night for less than an hours commute daily when it will probably cut out when I need it most. I really regret buying it now.
Since then,seven days in and the Stealth2 suffered a complete breakdown,reset did nothing,it froze then was all over the place not answering the buttons or remote, it died, and has gone back.But I am getting another one ....