This exact camera is currently $65 on Walmart’s website, but no mention of accessories is made. It’s likely a third-party item there. Essentially similar bundles under other brand names exist with prices ranging from $45 to $90. This is probably not a bad deal per se, but you gets what you pays for, and a GoPro it’s not. Good enough for putting out there next to The Stuff That’s Gonna Go Boom when making your first YouToob video? Probably.
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@kus I was just given a Nexar dash cam for Christmas that seems like what you are looking for. I don’t know the going rate for it but it’s easy to set up and so far I haven’t been hassled for any kind of subscription.
Without knowing what file format and image compression the camera supports, it’s impossible to say. 64Gb of raw uncompressed 4K high-frame-rate video could be as little as two and a half minutes, but with typical compression and frame rates, 10 to 16 hours is more likely. Higher capacity would result if the frame rate is low or the user elects to step down to lower resolution. It would be nice if the answer to your question could be deduced from the published specs, but they don’t give enough information. I suspect that the iJoy people don’t actually know; this strikes me as Yet Another Paste-On-Label Product whose actual manufacturer is invisible behind a curtain of clueless “brand” owners who only “know” what’s in the skimpy, poorly-translated docs they’ve been given, and actually understand less than half of it.
Things I’ve been able to find out:
– It won’t display what’s being recorded live via the app, so you have no on-the-go feedback about framing and such when using it for selfie-video without a mirror behind it.
– Wifi connection is reportedly iffy and spotty.
– The build quality and feel is not great, which I can say from sad experience is VERY typical of the GoPro-wannabe units.
– One plus note, the camera will record while the battery is charging, so you can run it from a power bank as long as you don’t need the waterproof housing. If you’re using it in a real “action” environment, you probably want the housing, so you’ll be limited to the reportedly-about-80-minute life of the battery.
@2many2no@werehatrack my GoPro Hero 4 at 2.7k wide uses 4GB per 11 minutes and 50 seconds of video. 64GB gives me about 190 minutes (3 hours 10 minutes) of video capacity. The battery does not last that long.