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Activeon CX Gold GCA10W Action Camcorder - Black

179.99 GBP



Top features: - Record movies in Full HD 1080p quality at 60 fps - Make movies anywhere with a waterproof and dustproof housing - Capture high quality 16-megapixel photos - Connect to a variety of accessories using a universal screw - Record video from your phone with the ACTIVEON app Record movies in Full HD 1080p quality at 60 fps Make action videos in stunning Full HD quality at 60 frames per second for the smoothest possible footage. The camcorder's ultra-portable size means you can record wherever the action takes you. Waterproof and dustproof for versatile recording A dustproof and waterproof rating of IP68 means this camcorder is suitable for continuous immersion in water beyond one metre when enclosed in its watertight casing. The filming possibilities are endless. Capture high quality 16-megapixel photos Enjoy superior image quality with a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor that lets you take great still photos to share with friends. An f/2.4 super wide-angle lens lets you capture more of your surroundings in superb detail. A 2” touchscreen lets you instantly preview photos and video in an easy-to-use interface. Connect to a variety of accessories using a universal screw A universal screw means the Activeon CX Action Camcorder is compatible with all types of tripod or monopod. The universal screw hole makes it easy to connect the CX onto a variety of accessories in the market. Record video from your phone with the ACTIVEON app Take control of your Activeon CX Gold from your smartphone using the ACTIVEON app. Record video remotely from your smartphone and quickly transfer video from your camera to your smartphone to share on your favourite social media accounts.


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