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There’s also the issue of the waterproof housing that comes bundled with it. Out of the box, the action camera comes packed inside the aforementioned casing, and having to pry it open proved to be quite difficult. With that said, we could at least take solace in the fact that as long as it was inside its waterproof housing, there’s no way that the thing would be getting wet. Out of the box, the camera actually felt quite solid in our hands, albeit a little incomplete in its design and build.
Our gripe with this action camera doesn’t end there. First, while testing out this unit, we were hit with a language barrier the minute we tried to go into the settings: everything was in Chinese. Second, (regrettable as it is), none of our writers were fluent in reading the language. Truth be told, the only way we managed to get around the camera was because the on-board settings had some numbers that denoted both the video and camera resolution.
The action camera’s image capturing mode was decent, but nowhere near what we would describe as impressive. Even at the highest resolution of 14MP, picture quality still tends to be quite blurred and faded. Having said that, video recording was actually quite impressive at Full HD and we’re surprised that the sensor was able to adapt between bright and poorly-lit environments fairly quickly.