Summary: Did not want to spend gopro money on something I may not make full use of, but wanted something with a bit of quality. This fits the bill. Have used it as stationary video and on mountain bike and image quaility is good. The supplied instructions are a bit vague basic instruction but no how to guide to help get the best from it and there is no guidance at all re the various mounting straps and sticky pads supplied.
Summary: I spent a lot of time deciding which camera to go for and this didn't disappoint. It's the perfect blend of value and quality and the picture quality is very good. The battery life could be better if I was picky bit but a full charge will get between 3 and 4 hours footage.
Summary: For any camera, whether it is for still photography or video footage, the defining feature has to be image quality. Everything else is just bells and whistles. The quality of the footage you get from MUVI-HD7 falls well short of expectations. The colours are dull and it is overall uninspiring even when shot outdoors on a bright day. HD? Not in a million years. This was money down the pan. Avoid.
Summary: After much investigation i've discovered that there is an old version and a new version of this camera, if you're lucky and have the newer version then you can very easily remove the time stamp. If you are unlucky and have the older version then you can't. I verified this with the manufacturers and they apologised but I'm stuck with the date/time.
Summary: Got this because I wanted a camera for the upcoming bike holiday. Id already read that the sound quality was iffy, but to be honest, Ive a digital camcorder, a bridge camera and phone camera, so this was bought just for on board footage. The test footage is great, good quality and has a fisheye effect which on scenery looks good, and when taking photos with it it has a strange effect. The rally good points are the remote, all the fittings and the way it can take stills.