Action cameras have improved greatly over the last few years. With 4K recording now a common feature, as such, that is not merely enough today, you need to make using the camera an effective and simple experience. With that in mind, let’s focus both on quality and overall usability in this Garmin VIRB Ultra 30 Action Camera review Continue Reading →
Fly12 is a product that makes you scream “Why hasn’t someone done that before?”
Bike handle bars get cluttered with GPS’, lights, action cameras, possibly even bells. The latest product from Cycliq, the Fly12 action camera and bike light combo attempts to declutter your bars, not with a pair of compromised devices, but with a good action camera, and a really useful bike light. Continue Reading →
I’ve used the original Garmin VIRB for quit some time. Its a good camera, but has a litany of faults and design quirks. Garmin have released their new VIRB XE, and seem to have completely abandoned their previous design. The approach of the new VIRB XE appears to be very much following the GoPro play book. The question is, have Garmin thrown out some the the original VIRBs good points, along with its bugs? The Garmin VIRB XE review will cover a lot of comparisons between the GoPro Sessions and original Garmin VIRB too Continue Reading →
GoPro are the defining company with regard to the action camera market. BUT to date their products have unashamedly put function over form. The results have been rather…visually unappealing. Boxy, brick-like cameras that are very prominent no matter where you locate them. But now GoPro have the Hero4 Session, a tasteful, subtle little black box. Has the smaller package affecting GoPro’s defining image quality? Read on for the TitaniumGeek GoPro Hero4 Session review!
The action camera market is hotting up, with the inclusion of the latest GoPro Session trying to slim down on the GoPro formulae. Shimano however is already there with one of the smallest packages on the market, and with several lessons GoPro should have taken on board.
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