Apeman 4k Action Camera VS. GoPro

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Link to the Apeman Action Camera – http://amzn.to/2srS40S
Apeman Camera with remote – http://amzn.to/2f4cuYY
Recommended Micro SD card – https://amzn.to/2LpLtLt
GoPro Camera – http://amzn.to/2sS57WI

Video comparison – 1:00
Video from quadcopter – 6:12
120fps 1280×720 (slow mo) – 8:27
Underwater – 8:33
4K video – 9:00
Included Accessories – 13:25
Audio comparison – 16:08
2.4×1.7×1.2 inch(LxWxD),the lens is approximately 0.2 inch

GoPro cameras allow both amateur and professional videographers to get some awesome shots that were previously only seen in high-end production. GoPro cameras are no doubt some of the best action cameras out there but if you’re looking for a less expensive alternative to the GoPro then you’ll want to consider this one.
The Apeman 4K action camera packs in an impressive list of features and accessories all for under $100.
None of the footage has been altered.
I’ve noticed the Apeman action camera adding more saturation and exposure, which in a lot of shots, looks pretty good, especially in low light. You will notice the shot with the alligator being overexposed because of the high contrast of bright and dark in the same scene.
If you’re not into editing your footage in post-production then this could be a good thing for you.
The body of the camera has some texture but it is a little slippery and not as nice as the GoPros rubbery skin.
The GoPros battery did last only a few minutes longer. I was expecting the battery on the Apeman to be pretty short but I was surprised to see it lasting around an hour of constant starting and stopping.
The underwater case feels nice and sturdy. I will be putting it to the test in an upcoming video when I go freediving with it. So far, I’ve tested it to 13 feet with no leaks.

Typical 4K resolution is 3840×2160. I’m not sure why the difference in resolution but it can easily be cropped without losing too much quality.

Specifications:
(LCD): 2 inch
Lens: 70-170 degrees adjustable + HD wide-angle
Video Resolution: 4K 24fps; 2k 30fps; 1080P 60fps; 720P 120fps; 720P 60fps;
Format: H.264
Image Resolution: 20M;16M;12M;10M;8M;5M;3M;VGA
Storage: micro SD up to 128GB
Shooting Mode: Single Shot / Self-timer (2S / 5s / 10s / Double)
Loop recording: Support
Time-lapse Record: 100ms / 200ms / 500ms / 1Sec / 5 Sec
Motion Detection capability
Frequency: 50Hz/60Hz
USB Interface: micro USB 2.0, micro HDMI
Battery Capacity: 3.7V Li-ion Battery 1050 mAh (Two Batteries Included )
Recording Time: 1080P/ About 120 minutes 4K/ About 60 minutes of Each Battery
Charging Time: About 3 hours

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