Reddit Reddit reviews Action Camera, 4K WiFi Action Camera Ultra HD Waterproof DV Camcorder 12MP 2" LCD 170°Wide-Angle Sports Camera with 2 Rechargeable 1050mAh Batteries and Mounting Accessory Kits

We found 13 Reddit comments about Action Camera, 4K WiFi Action Camera Ultra HD Waterproof DV Camcorder 12MP 2" LCD 170°Wide-Angle Sports Camera with 2 Rechargeable 1050mAh Batteries and Mounting Accessory Kits. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Action Camera, 4K WiFi Action Camera Ultra HD Waterproof DV Camcorder 12MP 2
LCD control panel displaying focal distance and film countProgrammed electronic shutter, 1/64-1/200 sec58mm 2X Professional Telephoto Lens - High Definition 58mm Wide Angle Lens - Digital DSLR Auto Power Flash - Transcend 16GB Class 10 SDHC Card -Transcend 8 GB Class 10 SDHC Flash Memory CardTop Quality Photo Video Tripod - Water Resistant Camcorder & DSLR Camera Case - RS-60 Wired Remote Control - 3 Piece Filter Kit (UV-CPL-FLD) 58mm - 58mm Ultraviolet UV Protector FilterHi-Speed SD USB Card Reader - Camera & Lens 3 Piece Cleaning Kit - Tri-fold Memory Card Wallet - LCD Screen Protectors (Clear) - Table Top Tripod -
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13 Reddit comments about Action Camera, 4K WiFi Action Camera Ultra HD Waterproof DV Camcorder 12MP 2" LCD 170°Wide-Angle Sports Camera with 2 Rechargeable 1050mAh Batteries and Mounting Accessory Kits:

u/liebehass · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Most expensive is this camera bundle, which doesn't have all great stuff, but is a good start. It's valued at around 530$ (I should really unpublic my Expensive Stuff wishlist.). I want it because I absolutely love photography and some of the things they include serious make it a steal.

My cheapest item is a copy of Dio's Holy Diver. That costs about 4$. I could probably find something cheaper but most of my under 5$ list is bargain CDs that I've wanted for a while but haven't bought yet for some reason or another.

u/Krawser_ · 1 pointr/photography

Hey guys I'm a graphic design student and I need a camera for a photography class and I saw this kit, you guys think it's worth? or you recommend a better kit or camera for around the same price? Oh and it has to be Canon because where I live no one sells or repair Nikon.

u/spcunningham · 1 pointr/Filmmakers

HybridCamRev gave a very balanced and objective response. Any choice in your intended price range will come with its own set of pros and cons. Even Hybrid's suggestion of the BMPCC and GH3 have their downsides as he so rightly pointed out.

Before you rule out the DSLRs he mentioned, consider this as further balancing opinions.

Canon T3i/T4i/T5i (and the about to be released T6i and T6s)

You said you want to shoot narrative short films. Therefore, the limitation of shooting continuous video for 12 (or 30 mins) is never likely to be a problem for you. It would be very rare to have a scene shoot for that length of time without a cut. (A documentary interview might be different).

Magic Lantern firmware (free) turns any of the above cameras into a video powerhouse and, among many other expert features, kills the continuous video time restriction.

The mirrors do block the camera's viewfinder but most filmmakers would prefer to use an LCD display or external monitor anyway. The LCD viewfinder is difficult to use in bright sunlight but Magic Lantern will give you exposure zebras and focus peaking to assist you (and a viewfinder, which is relatively cheap these days, will also help).

There are always ways around things. So, cutting to the chase, here's an option for your $1,500:

A Canon T3i with the kit 18-55mm lens will set you back around $550. Look at this deal. You get the camera, three lenses, UV filters and SD cards for $569 (

So now you've got a camera, some useable lenses and a few other useful bits and bobs. You're practically ready to start shooting and you have about $1,000 left. (Okay, I pushed your budget up just a little bit for the purpose of rounding).

With that, you can buy yourself a Juicedlink preamp and a Rode NTG-2 mic and eliminate the issue of on camera audio (which is terrible).

The Rode NTG-2 is a great shotgun mic and more than adequate for shooting shorts with. It's $266

A Juicedlink preamp bypasses the (terrible) preamps on your camera and the audio (from the NTG-2) still gets recorded to your SD card at the same time as your video. No synching in post. It also has headphone monitoring so that eliminates another problem that Hybrid mentioned - no on camera audio monitoring. Now you have it.
It's $329

So, now you have the camera, three lenses, a mic and a top notch preamp and you still have $405 left.

With your remaining $405, you should drop $112 on a Canon 50mm 1.8f lens. It is the best lens this small amount of money can buy. You could practically shoot your entire short on this thing. It is a super fast lens and renders a beautiful image. It's hard to believe what this lens can do and it is often referred to as the "nifty fifty."

Now you have 4 lenses and you still have $293 left out of your $1,500 budget.

With that, you can get yourself a good starter tripod for around $100, leaving you just shy of $200 remaining to get yourself this killer rig for your camera which you can also mount your Juicedlink preamp to:

Then, download and install Magic Lantern so you have focus peaking and exposure zebras (as well as a ton of other features hiding inside your T3i).

Then, download Technicolor Cinestyle picture profile. It's free and it's a superflat image which gives you 2 extra stops of dynamic range in post.

Look at what you got for $1,500. You're ready to shoot your short film.

Good luck!

u/Mbb992 · 1 pointr/photography

Looking to buy a camera and get into photography. I work in social media, and want something that takes quality pictures for a reasonable price. I normally cover sporting events. Was looking at purchasing Good beginner setup?

u/Reddiculouss · 1 pointr/photography

Is this bundle a good deal? I'm looking to start out, but it seems a bit too good to be true...? What am I missing?

u/colinwehrle · 1 pointr/photography

My wife and I are looking into buying a nice camera, We currently have a very active 20 month old and would like a nice camera to straight grabbing good family pictures.

I was thinking like one of these package deals, is this a good idea? should i buy looking at a different camera? any thoughts on this?

u/Wishyouamerry · 1 pointr/photography

I've been wanting a DSLR camera for several years, but I never made the leap because I'm prettyunfamiliar with what I should be looking for and I didn't want to make an expensive mistake . I read the wiki here on /r/photography, so I think I have some better background knowledge now. Can anyone tell me if this package is good for a beginner - or is all that little extra stuff a bunch of crap?

Here's some more information about what I do and don't want to accomplish with a camera:

I want to:

Take really great action shots of my kids doing things like cheerleading, rock climbing, or track.

Maybe take some landscape/still life pictures.

Probably take a few pictures of the dogs.

Take the kind of pictures where one thing is in focus, but everything surrounding it is blurry.

I don't want to:

Start my own "photography business."

Become the "unofficial portrait photographer" for family and friends.

Spend tons of money. But I also don't want to buy something because it's cheap, that ultimately doesn't meet my needs.

End up with a camera that just sits in a bag because I don't know how to use it.

I'd appreciate any advice you can give me about choosing the best camera for me.

u/ewewmjuilyh · 1 pointr/HumanPorn

You can easily get a great, new DSLR and a handful of accessories for $600. Like this

u/wilwwade · 1 pointr/astrophotography

I've been wanting to get into DLSR astrophotography. Starting from scratch. Amazon sells a Canon t5 with accessories for $519.

I understand that a lot of the gear that comes with it may not be completely suitable for astrophotography. For the price, would this be a good camera to start? For $500.00 are there any cameras you guys would recommend that might be better buys? I've got no opposition to new / used as long as the quality is there.

I know if I want to venture into longer exposures I'm going to need a mount.

Thanks in advance.

u/mickw18 · 1 pointr/photography

Okay so I've always loved art and photography but I want to get into it more seriously now. I have a (Nikon Coolpix L340 20.2 MP Digital Camera with 28x Optical Zoom and 3.0-Inch LCD (Black) it might not be that exact model but it's very close) from a couple years ago that I've been using but I think I'd like to upgrade. I like to take pictures of super close up and things from far away like birds in the sky and I've taken some portraits of people and some landscape pictures so basically everything. I like how the pictures turn out on the coolpix but I feel like the quality could be better. I'm not sure if I need to just learn how to use it better or upgrade to something like the Canon EOS Rebel I've been looking at. (Specifically this package Canon EOS Rebel T5 Digital SLR + canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS & EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III Lens + 58mm 2x Lens + Wide Angle Lens + Auto Power Flash + UV Filter Kit + 24GB SDHC card + Accessory Bundle and if you have another suggestion I'd like to keep it around the 500 or less price range. I've never had a camera with a telephoto lens so I'd need a lot of help on how to use that with all the features. I also don't know many of the terms in photography so if you use some things you think I might not know a little definition would be nice :)

u/RickSanchez_ · 1 pointr/photography

I'm wondering if I should get a new camera. I bought a Canon Rebel XS ( ) many, many years ago and still only have the same lens. The camera still works fine, as far as I'm aware.

I've been thinking about getting into photography again and was wondering if it would be beneficial to get a kit from Amazon (something like this: ) OR should I just get a few new lens and keep using my current camera?