SJCAM Action Camera – SJ4000 AIR 4K 30PFS 1080P 4x Zoom WIFI – Motorcycle Bicycle Helmet Waterproof Cam – Sports Video Action Cameras
Brand Name: SJCAM
sjcam Model: SJ4000 AIR
Image Sensor: OmniVision Series
Effective MegaPixel: About 16MP
Origin: Mainland China
Supporting Language: Japanese, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, English, Polish, Turkish, Dutch, Brazilian Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
Main Processor ( Maximum HD Support): Allwinner V3 (1080P/60FPS)
Display Screen: Yes
WIFI Support: Yes
Memory Card Type: MicroSD / TF
NightShot Function: No
Battery Capacity: 900 mAh
Bluetooth Support: No
Touch Screen: NO
HDMI-Compatible Output: YES
Memory Card Support: 128G
Application: For Home, Semi-professional, Extreme Sports, Outdoor Sports Activities, Bicycle, Car DVR, Diving, Beginner, Professional
NFC Support: No
Display Size: 2.0″
Weight: 100g and below
Remote Control Support: No
Video Resolution: 4K @30FPS
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P. Bellamy –
I bought this to replace a Veho camera on which the batteries would no longer hold charge and replacements aren’t available. There are a few things that the Veho had that I miss. For example, on the Akasa you can’t read the SD card from a computer over the USB cable, instead you have to remove the card and put it in a card reader. Getting the card in and out is a fiddly process and I can see the contacts failing before too long. There is no cover on the ports unless you use the waterproof case so I expect they’re going to fill up with cruft and start failing before long and the SD card will no doubt ping out onto a trail somewhere. Without the case it’s not even slightly waterproof so if you live anywhere it rains perhaps get the more expensive version. The motion smoothing is not bad for such a cheap camera but struggles with panning shots which can be a bit jerky. You can always turn off smoothing from the menu when it’s not needed but for some reason this also turns off the loop recording. There’s one button for stopping and starting recording; I’d prefer separate stop and start buttons to avoid mistakes. The lens bulges out from the front of the camera and there’s no way of protecting it apart from the aforementioned waterproof case so I expect it will get scratched before long.
It’s great for the price, came with everything needed except the memory card. Works well in its case on my bike in case of an incident. Sound doesn’t work in the case but images clear. Not so good in low light but again, you get what you pay for. Useful to have two batteries too. Don’t buy any accessories or mounts as it came with LOADS
Great little camera,
I’ve only played around with it and used this once but it seems to be a great cheap camera at a fraction of the cost of go pros.
It comes packaged well, (the clip that secures camera to box was broken) but other than that everything to get you started is in the box except an sd card.
Plenty of options and fixings for different uses I’ve not explored them all.
I used it on the handle bar of my bike on a short cycle on hard packed cycle routes and I wa surprised with the stability of the shot, played with the view angles too all seem to have an impact on the footage.
I will get more use of this soon put it to the test in different situations but on a whole I’m very impressed by it.
Conner woods –
I’ve been using the Akaso Pro action camera on the front and back of my bike for about a month now. I use mine for my bike mainly, the image stabilisation and picture is very good. I can easily see registration numbers if I needed to. I actually bought two and put one on the back of my bike. I bought a bike seat rail bracket so I could have the camera just under my saddle. The cameras have the option to turn the screen upside down which is great for the back of my bike. The camera has a touch screen which makes it very easy to operate. I normally go for rides of over 2 hours and the batteries are easy to change. It does not bother me to change them. I think you will get an hour and half out of each battery but I don’t let them run out. The time and date does stay on when you change the battery but over time the time goes a bit out but its easy enough to put right. Over all in very pleased with these cameras as makes me feel safer when in out on the road. They also have an app so you can see your videos on your phone and even take screen shots if you like.