- Smaller than a GoPro
- Interchangeable lens
- Colour screen
- FREE 8GB SD card while stocks last
The German-engineered CamOne Infinity action-sports camera is even smaller than the GoPro!
And slightly lighter too.
At only 77g without housings this new helmet cam is super-easy to use with a clear menu system and intuitive buttons for video, photo, playback, menu and light.
What's more, unlike other cameras of its type you can change the lens. The Infinity Cam comes with a 170-degree view lens and CamOne are launching 96-degree and 140-degree options soon.
There are slots for two SD cards, each of which can hold up to 32GB – that's a lot of storage. There is also a USB port and
HDMI video out so you can plug the camera straight into your TV set.
Even more: you can control the camera using your smartphone using the Wi-Fi module option.
The camera comes with a wide range of accessories included, including a dive box (waterproof to 60m) and various mounts including helmet, handlebar and stick-on ones, plus USB and AV cables.
Plus: To help get you started on your CamOne adventure, XCshop are offering a FREE 8GB SD card with every camera – while stocks last.
Size: 49 x 42 x 34mm
Fps: 1080p 30fps, 720p up to 60 fps
Lens: 1080p 127°, 720p 170° - adjust- and interchangeable
Screen: 1,5"/38,1mm TFT
Memory: 2 x 32GB Micro SD Card
Battery: 800mAh LiPo for up to 90-minutes recording
Remote: optional 2.4GHz with Video Transmission
AV-Out: Yes, via 10 Pin USB Bus
Video, Time Lapse, Photo and Serial Photo, external controlled with Motion Sensor, CarCam or RX Cable
Video Formats: 1080p, 720p, 480p
Recording Formats: MOV or MPEG, JPEG
BUY WITH CONFIDENCE
XCshop.com is the trading arm of Cross Country Magazine, the world's international hang gliding and paragliding magazine. Based in Brighton, UK, we've been in business since 1988, serving the free-flight community around the world. If you're not 100% satisfied with your purchase, send it back and we'll refund your money, no problem.
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