Summary: I'm not sure I've ever purchased a more perfectly flawed piece of junk. Virtually every aspect of it is faulty and fails randomly. It was a poor purchase choice on my part, I knew I was taking a gamble, and I lost. It's hard to believe that, short of totally failing from the beginning, a product with a big-brand name could be so thoroughly terrible. A true masterpiece of junk machinery!
Don't use this on an important vacation, like Hawaii
Mandy A. Farrar, Amazon
30 January 2014
Summary: I bought this before going to Hawaii, and used it while in a shark cage on North Shore. Missed the whole event. I did work while driving through the mountains, but there was no sound on the video. neat gadget, but spend a little more on a Hero or the like.
Works well and comes with useful attachments for bike and head
19 December 2013
Summary: Works well and comes with useful attachments for bike and head. A bargain! I have used it while cycling and snowboarding without problem. Downsides are does not work well in low light. Also you need to memorize what the different flashes mean because there is no LCD screen.
Goood value but question marks on design quality & seller's return policy
3 December 2013
Summary: I bought 2 of these cameras. It offers good value for money and decent video quality in a very compact camera. However, the quality of the camera is not that good. The power button on one of the camera broke after a few weeks of usage and this seller does not offer return policy.
Summary: We got this little camera to use while quad and dirt bike riding. We figured it would be good enough and cheep enough that if we lost it while riding it wouldn't be such a loss as a go pro! So we tried to mount it on the quad and the mount was cheep and not sturdy enough to hold on while riding so we taped it on just for safe measures! The picture quality is great even better than we expected! And battery lasted over 2 hours! Great camera for the price!
Summary: This is the first video camera I bought that has a pinhole reset button on it. They installed the reset button because it is probably used as often as the power button. There are times when the camera "crashes" and the buttons don't respond. The only way to fix it is to put a paperclip in the reset hole to "reboot" the camera. I tried using this throughout the day, but I found that it wasn't possible unless I brought a paperclip with me.