Action Cams Archive

Detailed Review of the APEMAN A77 Action Camera

When it first launched, there weren’t many cameras that could compete with the GoPro. Certainly not in a straight-up comparison of performance and price. But times have changed. Technology moves fast. These days, you can find some pretty formidable cameras that make many alternatives look needlessly expensive by comparison. Of course, whether or not you can get by with one of these less expensive models …

Detailed Review of the APEMAN Trawo A100 4K Action Camera

For a couple of years, the best choice for a low cost 4K camera was the GoPro. But technology can move fast. An increasing number of GoPro-type competitors are emerging from the woodwork. For people who know what kind of features they’re looking to find, these cheaper alternatives can be an even more impressive value. APEMAN Trawo Action Camera Among those many new competitors, one …

In-Depth Review of the Ricoh WG-60 Waterproof Digital Camera

Compact waterproof cameras endure many of the same issues as any other compact electronic device. It can be tough to cram powerful components into small spaces. It’s particularly tough if you expect to achieve more than just waterproofing. Sometimes people choose waterproofed cameras because they’re concerned some small amount of water might eventually splash their camera. Other times, people choose waterproofed cameras because they know …

Polaroid Cube ACT II Lifestyle Video Camera Review

The Polaroid Cube ACT II is the first proper update for Polaroid’s first action camera release, 2014’s Polaroid Cube model. The newest addition to the Cube line features a long list of updated features that will appeal to anyone who is looking to make the leap into the action camera community without dropping the extra money on a GoPro. The ruggedness and strength of the …

Ricoh Theta V 360 Spherical Camera Review

360 degree cameras hit the market a few years ago, and allowed many influential videographers to produce video that was simply stunning. These cameras can be used in one of two ways. You can produce a true 360 degree video file that can be played back using special software, enabling the viewer to use their touchscreen or mouse to rotate the visible range. Alternately, videographers …