YI Technology (100% positive feedback) via Amazon offers its 4K Action Camera in Night Black or White Pearl for $199.99 shipped. That’s good for $50 off the regular price/B&H, $10 less than our previous mention and a match of the Amazon all-time low. Rated 4.1/5 stars by over 270 Amazon customers.
- Records 4K/30fps (60mbps), 1080p/120fps, 720p/240fps video and 12MP photos using a 155° wide-angle lens with F2.8 aperture.
- Built-in 2.19″ LCD touchscreen with 640 x 360 high resolution for easy previewing and shooting. Designed with Gorilla Glass Retina to resist scratches and daily impact.
- World’s leading technologies: Ambarella A9SE75 Chip, Sony IMX377 Image Sensor, 7 layers of glass lenses, and Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS) to guarantee ultra-clear and stable high resolution video and photo even in low light conditions
- Rechargeable 1400mAh high capacity 4.4V lithium-ion battery records up to 120 minutes of 4K/30fps video with a single charge. High performing cooling system prevents YI 4K Action Camera of overheating and enables stable video recording. Built-in Bluetooth and high speed 5GHz/2.4GHz Wi-Fi support for wireless remote control and the YI Action App for instant photo and video editing.
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YI 4K Action Camera presents an immersive footage of you and your world. The only action camera to combine 4K30 video recording, integrated touchscreen and up to two hours of battery life. Built with the new generation Ambarella A9SE75 chip, Sony IMX377 image sensor, and 7 layers of all glass lenses, it records 4K/30fps at 60mbps, 4x the quality of 1080p. Featured with an impact resistant Gorilla Glass 2.19 inches LCD touchscreen, you can intuitively shoot and preview with the touch of a finger. YI use the world’s leading rechargeable 1400mAh high-voltage 4.4V lithium-ion battery to record up to 120 minutes of 4K/30fps video with a single charge. Innovative heat management system helps release heat quickly to reduce overheating while recording at high-resolution.