A-rival AQtionCam RC
- In addition, the included accessories offer little attachment options.
- Operation and equipment are also good, so what more do you want?
- It gets the suffix “RC”, which means “Remote Control” and refers to the supplied infrared remote control.
- In contrast to the predecessor, the new Actioncam does without some features in favor of the price.
- Useful little helpers: Remote control Actioncams are used to document especially sports events.
- Once mounted on the helmet, however, it is difficult to operate the camera.
- Therefore, A-rival provides an infrared remote control for its only 71 grams lightweight Actioncam.
- When the camera is on, you can start video recording remotely.
- For example, the camera can be attached to the ground and a skater jump over it, while a second man operates the trigger button.
- By the way, you have a picture control through the two-inch TFT screen.
- Extensive accessoriesIn addition to the Actioncam, a helmet and bicycle handlebar mount as well as a protective housing are included.
- The action sportsman can dive ten meters deep with the water protection housing.
- You can go back to a card with a maximum of 32 gigabytes.
- ConclusionA third of aQtionCam RC is cheaper than its big sister.
- This gives the athlete an excellent alternative to the GoPro Hero.
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