The YI 4K Action camera will capture videos in 4K for 120 minutes, features a 2.19-inch, 640×360 resolution touchscreen at 330ppi and a full 160-degree viewing angle.
Everyone knows what a GoPro is when it comes to action cameras, but to have the top end version it also means you have to shed out a lot of money. Once you buy the device, you then have to spend more to get accessories.
The YI 4K Action camera is now available in the UK
Available now in the UK is the YI 4K Action camera which is capable of doing what a GoPro camera can do plus more for less. The action camera is built with Sony’s 12MP IMX377 CMOS image sensor and the latest A9SE75 processor from Ambarella.
It means you can capture and share moments with increased speed and lower power consumption — including 4K30 video recording at 30 frames per second, for just £229.99.
Better video quality using an integrated built-in lens distortion correction
Videos and images produced with the YI 4K Action camera are clear and natural as the camera thanks to its built-in lens distortion correction and electronic image stabilisation.
It also supports multiple slow motion speeds and shows the slo-mo footage as it records, which removes the need to edit the video after the shoot.
The YI 4K Action camera also supports multiple slow motion speeds and shows the slo-mo footage as it records, which removes the need to edit the video after the shoot – you can still edit after capture if you like.
Dual-mic for the best sound quality
Images and videos aren’t the only things it’s good at, packed with dual microphone, your videos are accompanied with clear and crisp sound to fully capture the essence of your adventures.
To help film the action in different shooting scenarios, a wide range of compatible YI accessories are also available and with. a Bluetooth 4.0 remote control available, you can shoot from distance.
iOS and Android apps available too
Whether you’re using iOS or Android, there’s a free app available for filming, editing and sharing your pictures and videos on the fly with no PC needed, and it’s on Amazon now.
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