There seems to be quite a lot of GoPro alternatives in the market nowadays, especially when you consider that the famous action camera brand can put a huge dent in your budget, and a prime example of such an alternative is the Kodak PIXPRO SP360 Action Camera with Aqua Sport Pack. Why is it another alternative to the famous action camera brand? Well, for one it is an action camera (obviously), but it does cost less than your typical GoPro camera. That alone makes it a fine choice for those who are looking for a way to shoot their adventures without having to spend a whole lot of cash.
The Kodak PIXPRO SP360 Action Camera with Aqua Sport Pack Lets You Capture Perspectives at a More Reasonable Price
The Kodak PIXPRO SP360 Action Camera with Aqua Sport Pack makes use of a dome-shaped fixed lens that has a wide 214-degree angle of view. Because of this wide angle perspective, you are going to get fish-eye shots of yourself, or your surroundings. However, users do have the option of viewing the image as “unfolded.” There are also other viewing modes such as a 360-degree panorama mode, and a dual front 180-degree and rear 180-degree mode (which is great for capturing POV footage).
The build quality for the Kodak PIXPRO SP360 Action Camera is also quite durable since it is made with a 14°F freezeproof material. The action camera is also shockproof that it can survive a fall up to 6-and-a-half feet from above the ground. It is also splash resistant and dustproof as well.
With the inclusion of the Aqua Sport Pack, it adds waterproof to its list of features as it will allow you to bring the action camera to depths of up to 197-feet. There is also a wide variety of mounting accessories on offer, but these are purchased separately. For those who are interested, there are mounting accessories for flat or curved adhesive surfaces, a surfboard adhesive mount, two extended arms, and a head strap.
The Kodak PIXPRO SP360 Action Camera with Aqua Sport Pack also makes use of a 16-megapixel MOS sensor that allows users to take advantage of shooting their footage at different resolutions and frame rates. The options even includes a 16:9 widescreen formats up to 1,920 x 1,080 pixel shot at 30-frames-per-second. All the videos and photos will be stored inside a microsSD/SDHC card. Users can use memory cards up to 32GB in size.
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