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Topic # 223188 18-Sep-2017 09:43
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Has anyone here used the 3SIXT FullHD 1080P action camera?  What did you think?

 

Reviews on youtube are OK'ish but not a lot of sample videos.

 

I don't care too much about gimmicky features, just OK image quality.

 

How does it compare to the Gitpup Git2?

 

Available from The Warehouse: 3SIXT Full HD 1080P

 

and a bunch of other places for about a hundy.

 

I'm looking for an action cam but the budget doesn't stretch to GoPro.  The Git 2 looks OK but I'd rather not wait xx weeks for it to arrive from Asia (but will do so if it remarkably outperforms the 3SIXT).





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  Reply # 1878948 7-Oct-2017 12:26
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I decided to go ahead an buy one of these to attach to my drone and am reasonably impressed with the image quality (for a sub $100 unit).

 

I don't have a working gimbal at the moment so no video worthy of showing, but here are some still shots of Whitby (Wellington) using its timelapse mode taken a few nights ago.

 

FHD0021 by floydbloke, on Flickr

 

FHD0022 by floydbloke, on Flickr

 

FHD0027 by floydbloke, on Flickr





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