Rollei Actioncam 420
- Sometimes in low light – shots are then underexposed, sometimes blurred and noisy.
- In addition, annoying the much too rudely automatic adjustments.
- If you leave aside 4K mode generously, you hold with the Actioncam 420 a solid and versatile HD camera in the hand.
- In terms of recording quality, it is slightly behind the Gopro, the workmanship is impeccable.
- Easy to read symbols guide the user through the intuitive menu.
- The battery life is high, but you have to make friends here with long load times.
- In full HD and a frame rate of up to 60 fps, however, sizable footage is possible.
- The images are rich in contrast, but not as sharp and rich in detail as the other cameras.
- But a freeride video is not a feature film after all and can be subsequently supplemented with suitable music.
- Operation is easy, especially with the 2-inch rear monitor.
- The recording quality is average, without outstanding strong, but also without fatal weaknesses.
- The Rollei-Cam takes these only at 10 frames per second.
- That’s not enough, for a fluid presentation and was allowed to drown the viewing experience on the 4K TV tremendously.
- Only at a resolution of 1,920 x 1,440 pixels takes the camera with the usual 30 frames per second.
- After all, Full HD recordings can also be shot at 60 frames per second, which promises a clearer reproduction of fast movements and the possibility of slow motion shots.
- In lesser resolutions, 120 frames per second can be recorded.
- The camera is equipped with a 2-inch display that helps with the operation and orientation of the camera.
- It can be operated via the four buttons on the housing or via smartphone app.
- In addition, a included wrist remote control can be used to trigger videos and photos.
- Good Basic Accessories As usual with Rolleis Actioncams comes the 420 with a basic accessory package.
- In addition to the waterproof housing also includes a wrist remote control, a tripod adapter and two safety pads included.
- The latter are attachments to attach the camera to a helmet.
- In case of a fall, however, these should be loose in order to prevent injuries caused by the camera.
- The protective housing is equipped with the typical GoPro connection so that all possible holders designed for GoPro can also be used for the Rollei Actioncam.
- ConclusionRollei advertises the 420 with their 4K video recordings.
- However, those who value this feature should stay away from the camera, as the frame rate of 10 frames per second is simply too low for appealing videos.
- The remaining equipment is on a good level.
- Also included with tripod adapter and wrist remote white? to please.
Rollei Actioncam 420 Test On Motorcycle
View from helmet.
Rollei Actioncam Getting Started
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