Drift - Cámara de vídeo deportiva (HD)
- Cámara de acción Full HD.
- Batería de 1100 mAh.
- Mando a distancia.
- Pantalla integrada.
- Lente giratoria 300°.
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Descripción del producto
Altura: 106 mm
Ancho: 55 mm
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 1
Capacidad de la batería: 1.11 Ah
Color del producto: Negro
Conector USB: Mini-USB B
Diagonal de la pantalla: 38.1 mm (1.5 ")
Formatos de vídeo compatibles: H.264, MOV
Full HD: N
Funciones de protección: Water resistant
Función GPS: N
HD Listo: Si
Mando a distancia: Si
Manual de usuario: Si
Memoria interna: 32 MB
Micrófono incorporado: Si
Modo fotografía: Si
Pantalla incorporada: Si
Peso: 145 g
Profundidad: 38 mm
Resoluciones de video: 1280 x 720 Pixeles
Sistema operativo MAC soportado: Si
Sistema operativo Windows soportado: Si
Tarjetas de memoria compatibles: SD
Tecnología de batería: Ión de litio
Tipo de sensor: CMOS
Velocidad máxima de cuadro: 60 fps
Voltaje de la pila: 3.7 V
Zoom digital: 4 x
Contenido del paquete: cámara, control remoto inalámbrico, clip-universal, superficies de montaje plana y curva, soporte para vasos, batería recargable, cable USB
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I checked the Drift Innovations website recently, and noticed that they changed their recommendation for SD cards. They no longer recommend Class 4 cards. Here is what they say...
"Class 10, SDHC versions – Sandisk, Kingston and PNY brands are recommended. We have found that using Samsung memory cards and also any SDXC versions can sometimes affect the cameras performance."
"We recommend compatible class 10 microSD card, purchased for a reliable source and brand - we use Sandisk Ultra class 10/UHS-1 cards."
SanDisk Ultra 32GB microSDHC UHS-I Card with Adapter, Grey/Red, Standard Packaging (SDSQUNC-032G-GN6MA)
So, I purchased the above card, but I continue to experience problems 1-3 that I listed in my review.
My reason for purchasing the Drift HD was to use it as a car camera. See the video for how I installed it in my car, and how well it functions as a car camera. The seller was PhotoAmerica (fulfillment by Amazon). I paid 190 bucks. The camera is made in China.
Things to note:
The strap to lash the camera to the headrest is mine. I was hoping that the Velcro strap that came with the camera would work for me, but it was much too short (it's meant to go around your wrist or goggles).
The goggle mount has several strap openings (some closed loop, some open loop); the open loop openings worked well for my setup (I simply slid my strap into the mount, instead of threading it--since my strap had non-removable connectors on each end).
In my application, the camera is installed upside down (since I wanted to show the view on the driver's side as well as the passenger side and the front). The rotatable lens worked great.
I am using the 1080p high definition (HD) setting at 30 FPS (170 degree field of view). I do not use the remote control. I did have the radio turned-on (not loudly), and the camera mic sensitivity is set to high, but you really can't hear the radio.
The vibration of the camera is due to the car and road vibrations; the camera mount and the headrest are secure.
The actual camera video is more clear than what you can see on the video that I posted to Amazon. It's possible that Amazon compressed the video when I uploaded it to this review, so it lost some resolution. HOWEVER, even when one car length away sitting in traffic, the license plate of the car in front of me is NOT readable using 1080p. That's disappointing.
I have the date/time feature turned-on. The camera shipped with firmware version 1.1.53.
I also purchased 2 flash cards:
Kingston 16 GB Class 4 MicroSDHC Flash Card with SD Adapter SDC4/16GB
Kingston Digital 32 GB microSDHC Flash Memory Card SDC4/32GB
Drift Innovation recommends Class 4 cards for this camera. The 32 GB card is my main card; the 16 GB card is an extra card, in case I need to loan my main card to the police.
When I first inserted a flash card, it would not come out of the camera. I had to stick a pin on the side of the card and gently wiggle it out. After doing this several times, the camera was "broken in" and the card popped-up normally. I tried both cards initially, and they both had the same problem; but after breaking-in the camera with one card, the other card worked fine as well (so it was not the card, but the camera).
I use the camera 6-8 times per week.
A couple of times a week, when I turn-on the camera, the camera beeps and a message on the display says "card error". When that happens, I turn-off the camera and turn it back on again, and it's fine.
The screen goes blank/dark some time during the recording (but the camera is still on). At that point, the camera is not responsive to any buttons (i.e., it cannot be turned-off by pressing/holding the select button). The only way to reset the camera is to remove/reinsert the battery. This problem happens infrequently: about twice a month.
I press the button to turn-on the unit; the light is green. I press the button again to start recording, and I hear a beep (so I think it is recording). I check it a few minutes later, and the light is still green. It's on, but has not started recording. At this point, I have to remove the camera battery to reset the camera. So, to make sure the camera is actually recording, I have learned to listen for the beep AND make sure the light is red (and also glance at the display to make sure the time/counter is advancing). This problem is infrequent (about twice a month) and intermittent. I suspect (but am not certain) that problems #2 and #3 are related. I have noticed less of problem #2, now that I am careful to make sure the camera is actually recording.
Because of these problems, I deducted 2 stars from the rating. For my purposes, it is more of an annoyance (and frustrating when I have to turn the camera off/on, then sometimes I forget to hit record...again). Removing/inserting the battery to reset the camera is not a big deal for me, since I'm in my car; but if you're in the field, in bad weather, and/or wearing gear, then it may be a problem. For someone who is using this camera for extreme sports videos, this may prove more of an issue...especially if you miss a good video due to a camera error (as described by another reviewer).
In order to achieve the exposure that I wanted, I had to set the Exposure setting to -2; the default is 0. At zero, the inside of my car looks great, but the outside is a bit washed-out.
I also purchased the following car charger: Motorola Vehicle Power Adapter mini-USB Rapid Rate Charger. The camera is attached to the charger when in-use, so I cannot comment about battery life.
When viewing a video, I use "Freemake Video Converter" to rotate the video; the program is free (go to CNET Download); the software has some basic video editing features as well. It can also convert the file to various other video formats. The camera stores videos using the .mov format.
To keep the camera from baking in a hot car during summer days, I installed window deflectors like these: WeatherTech Custom Fit Front & Rear Side Window Deflectors for Hyundai Elantra, Light Smoke. Then I roll down the windows a bit, so fresh/cooler air can flow into my car, and hot air can escape.
I would not buy the Drift HD again. I wish it didn't have the problems noted above, and I wish it could record a license plate clearly while sitting in traffic using 1080p.
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So my search began a month ago and I had 3 Helmet Cameras in mind; Go Pro Hero, Contour ROAM, and Drift Innovations HD170. I had a buddy with a Contour and a Go Pro and both of them said great things, however, I never had the chance to put my hands on them and use them. I ruled out the Go Pro rather quickly just due to its extreme lack of the term "low profile". I have a third buddy who is a Freefall Instructor at YPG who told me that their Video Detachment uses Drift Innovations HD170 and that is was an awesome camera and that Drift had just came out with a 25% smaller, better version, this is when I was turned on to the Drift HD Mini. You can YouTube the 3 cameras and see for yourself the footage quality. They are all very similar,but you can tell that the Drift Mini's footage is slightly more clear. After I realized that all 3 camera's video quality was essentially to same I began looking at the option, accessories, and versitility of the Contour vs the Drift Mini.
With a 9MP phot capability it is essentially a 2 in 1, Video Camera and digital camera! Even though the Contour has a picture capability it is less than 9MP and there is no LCD screen to see what you are taking a pictue of. The LCD screen on the Drift is great for lining up your shot angle after mounting for video, or lining up to take photos, or reviewing your kill footage on the Helo ride home after extract.
The Menu Options on the Drift Mini are endless: There are 3 record modes Video (of course), Still Shot (camera mode, with a still or action picture taking option) and fast pic mode (takes a picture every 2,3,5,10 or 30 seconds), it has Resolution settings, frame rate settings, exposure adjustment, Indoor/Outdoor filming option, microphone sensitivity and volume control, LCD brightness and backlight time settings or off option for tactical purposes, optional time and date stamp, and 4X zoom capability. I believe the biggest Pros are the menu options and the LCD screen (both of which the Contour doesn't have. The biggest downside, in my opinion, is the mounting options. The Contour ROAM has 5 times the mounting options than the Drift.
I purchased the picatinny rail mount and it works great to capture all your shooting and CQB action. I also got the suction cup mount which is definitely on the heavy duty side, very few plastic parts, mostly made of metal. It works the best on glass but also mounts to smooth surfaces like the hood of a car, tile, or on an ammo can. I am going to mount the suction cup to my snowboard this next season and see how that works. I was also very impressed with their goggle mount, very low profile and you forget the camera is even there! I only wish they would come out with a ballcap mount, compound bow mount, and Ops Core Ballistic Helmet mount like the Contour ROAM has. I just took one of the adhesive mounts and put sticky velcro onto the adhesive and velcro it to the top of my helmet and it worked great! I may even just take the velco off and just adhese the mount straight to the top of the helmet surface with a little extra help from some super glue, and that would definitely be secure enough to Skydive with. And don't worry about the mount being permanently stuck to your helmet, its extremely low profile sticks up only a couple centimeters and takes up about the square space of a book of matches. So in summary........
Pro's: 1080P, 9MP Still Pictures, LCD Screen, Tons of Menu Options, Compact, Low Profile, Lightweight, Large Memory Capacity (32GB micro sd), Dust Proof! (tested in Afghanistan), Water Resistant (is fine in a light rain shower, or an average snowfall), Has a tough rubberized outer coating to help with shock absorbtion, Has a high pitch beep when you press record and a low pitch beep when you press to stop recording so when it is on top of your helmet you don't have to ask a buddy if it is recording or not, Haven't had a situation yet where I needed to use the remote but I can think of many ways it will come in handy!
Con's: Not fully waterproof without the waterproof case, Limited Mounting Options (compared to the Contour), No Extended Life Battery Option (the one you will find online only fits the older Drift HD170, not the new Mini since its 25% smaller,so I just bought a couple extra regular batteries), It is larger than the Go Pro but much lower of a profile, It is also slightly larger than the Contour ROAM as well, but by so little you can't tell the difference, and I have worn both Cameras.
Bottom Line. This camera has ever option you can imagine. Lets just say after seeing my Drift Mini in action my 2 buddies, the one with the Go Pro and the one with the Contour both want to switch to the Drift HD Mini.