Veho VCC-004 Muvi Atom
- There are only a few companies producing film cameras.
- But if they still provide poor service, the disaster is perfect.
- Unfortunately, that’s what the Swedish brand Ikonoskop looks like.
- At least three users of the A-Cam SP-16 had to wait months for repairs.
- For certain exotic tasks far away from the data storage civilization, HDD cams with a hundred gigabyte storage volume might seem to be an advantage.
- After all, are now possible through the small cameras films that had never seen in this technical quality, the light of the screen.
- Samsung has long been planning a hard drive version (“ITCAM”).
- Conclusion: Ideal if mobility is more important than picture quality.
- It must have: Manual functions – because do not always work autofocus, automatic exposure or white balance well.
Veho Atom Muvi Review
Veho Muvi Atom
Bought a new camera for use as a wearable “action”, or vehicle mounted camera. For the cost I admit I did take a gamble on the
Veho VCC-004-ATOM-NPNG Super Micro Muvi Atom Handsfree Camcorder With Waterproof Case And 4 GB Memory
- The Muvi Atom’s tiny size does not compromise quality, recording at 640 x 480 at 30 FPS using Frame Rate Enhancement technology.
- The Atom also introduces the ability to take photo snapshots at 1280 x 960 and comes bundled with the 4GB micro SD card and sports mounting kit.
- This new No Proof No Glory bundle includes the waterproof case which makes it the perfect partner for scuba diving and watersports.