TCL SVC400 - Cámara Digital Deportivo Full HD Pantalla de LCD 1.5" FHD DV Video con Cascara Sumergible
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- 170 ángulo de visión grado, 1.5 " LCD de alta definición, resolución Full HD de vídeo, excelente calidad de video, vidrio óptico.
- Agua 30 metros a prueba (con la funda), con el chipset de alto nivel, excelente calidad de video.
- Accesorios gratuitos:Batería, Manual, Cascara Sumergible, Cable USB, y Adaptador
- CMOS sensor de 14 mega , salida 5mega pixel, 12Mega, 16Mega.
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Descripción del producto
Sensor: CMOS de 14Mega (16Mega máximo, mediante interpolación de software)
LCD: 1,5 "del panel HD
Objetivo: F / NO = 3,2, 170 ° de ángulo amplio
Memoria interna: Soporta SDHC / SDXC
USB: USB 2.0 miniB
Audio / video puerta de entrada: ¢ 2.5mm
Función en el coche: se ha corregido el coche con función de carga y de intercomunicación
Capacidad de Intercomunicador: opcional Digital / analógico
Salida Pixel: 3MEGA defecto
Énfasis: F.no. = 3.2
Control de la exposición: Automático
Resolución: 3200x2400 (8M) máximo
Cantidad del documento: 4096pz
Resolución de vídeo:
FHD: 1920x1080 @ 30ftpts
HD: 1280x720 (60fps) (modo de deporte de forma predeterminada)
Formato de vídeo (compresión): MP4 (H264)
Formatos de compresión de audio: AAC
Formato de audio: ADPCM
Medición del archivo de audio (1 minuto): 2.75m
Tiempo de grabación continua de audio: 2-2,5horas
Operación / UI:
Manera de cambiar IR: Automático (prensa)
Reproducción: La reproducción de todos los documentos
Lenguaje OSD: Inglés / chino defecto
Formato de generación del documento: (año / mes / hora / minuto) XXXX.jpg (MP4)
Botón: Fotografía, SOS, video
Peso: 100g (con batería)
Tiempo de carga: Cerca de 4 horas
Camino de la carga: adaptador / USB / cargador de coche
Cable: cable USB, cable de alimentación
Adaptador: para GoPro, con varilla roscada
1 x Dispositivo principal SVC400
1 x Batería
1 x Manual
1 x Cascara Sumergible
1 x Cable USB
1 x Adaptador
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El zoom mejor no lo utilices porque se deteriora mucho la calidad de imagen.
El sonido es bueno.
El defecto es que no trae accesorios.
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I will update this review if my opinions change, or if firmware updates and bug-fixes become available from the manufacturer.
Just like others have found my camera locks up, with the status pinwheel stuck in an infinite spin. It only *seems* to do this when I stop recording longer video segments, over ~4-5 minutes in length. I have not seen this condition after recording shorter clips. For my personal use as a hand-held camera this is annoying, but tolerable. The work around is to power down and remove the battery, and so far it has worked on every lockup, and I have not lost any videos by doing this. Every video clip has been recovered upon battery re-insert.
I get it to work for me since I do not mount the camera in a hands-free application. So I continually manage it with camera in-hand with a wrist lanyard. Which is annoying to say the least. Its a major distraction from whatever I am doing, having to check up on it all the time. An action camera is supposed to be about ACTION... or recording the moment. You shouldn't HAVE to focus your thought on your recording electronics when you are out and about on an adventure. In many cases this could be a DANGEROUS situation, depending on the activity and the distraction it presents to the operator. Think liability and injury as a result from distraction.
I did not try recording at 720P/60fps. All my lockup bugs were observed with 1080P/30fps
A less minor complaint I have is the pronounced fish-eye / distortion effect with the 720P/60fps setting. A lot of wide angle cams have this though, so its not that big of a deal for me.
There is also a ~5000 Hz "squeal" in the audio when you use the camera in low-moderate lighting conditions. I get around this in iMovie, with the background noise reduction set to ~35-40% and its treble reduction EQ setting.
Here's my latest video (copy-paste the URL)
For my intended use (hand held, SHORT video-clip only) its a very good camera. Think of it as a water/rain resistant, mini-cam-corder.
-Good optics and image quality
-Stout + submersible dive case (The case limits operation to single function, REC-start/stop)
-Very good hand held ergonomics.
-Camera is fully operational, and settings can be changed from its small display screen. No need to tether to a wifi device. (when used outside of its case)
-1080P/30fps or scale back to 720P/60fps
-I manage to record ~16.5G of data before the OEM battery drops to ~%30, and I plug the USB cable into my battery bank for a partial re-charge.
-Cheap, readily available Nokia battery
-The small remote is a nice touch, but I really don't need it.
One thing they could have done better was the accessories it came with. I would like to have had a glass lens for the waterproof case. I can see this getting scratched and giving you poor underwater footage. The windshield mount would not for the life of god reliably stick to the windshield and the bicycle handlebar mount padding came off rather quickly but nothing some glue couldn't fix.
An issue I have with the camera is that the viewing screen doesn't give you the whole picture. It tends to cut off the sides of the image. I realize that this is an action camera and not really meant for accurate filming but if you find yourself in a situation where you would like to take a still image and this is all you have to work with your end result might lose the intended feel.
Another issue I have had is that sometimes you need to be absolutely still to be able to take a picture without any blur. In New Zealand most of the pictures I took with it looked great and had no blur but taking indoor pictures at an anime convention had me wondering "What the hell was wrong with this thing?".
Despite the few flaws it does take really good video and it seems durable enough. The buttons work well and the magnetic switch on the waterproof case allows you to film without taking the camera out of the case to turn it off. Overall its a good buy just not a great one. This action cam is perfect if you just want something decent to film with and aren't too concerned with all the bells and whistles that more expensive cameras might provide.
I just want to add that if you are looking at this camera with the intention of using an external mic you need
to know that the input is in stereo. The mic port is 2.5 millimeters so you will need a 2.5 to 3.5 millimeter adapter.
3.5 is the standard. I am using a Sony ECMCS3 style Omnidirectional Stereo Mic matched with an Artpot 2.5 to 3.5 millimeter adapter cord.
They work perfectly with the camera. The cord is about 4 inches long so it doesn't add much length to the 4 or so feet of the Sony Microphones length. Keep in mind that if you choose a different adapter the head needs to be slender enough to fit in the room allowed at the back of the SVC-200 camera. Also, the Sony microphones cord is quite slender so folding it up to fit in a Motorcycle Helmet should be no problem.
UPDATE: The camera is working great. Good and clear for daytime use. Not so bueno at night as expected. The helmet mount is a good design and works well. I like that it's a traditional 1/4 inch tripod mount with or without the case. Audio with my Mic comes through crystal
clear. The sound with the Mic sounds like it's missing the top and bottom end though. Probably just the Mic Im guessing. Clear otherwise works great.
Comparing my raw video to the raw video provided by techmoan of utube I can see that there is more graininess to my video in certain scenes. Like a clear blue sky, etc. Also the low light capability is worse than techmoans as well. Substantial graininess and weird light artifacts. Someone somewhere said the more recent version has a lower bit rate. I would guess that that is correct. When I can figure out a way to test the bit rate I will update again. I still think the camera is worth it considering its overall clarity during the day and its low profile for helmet mounting and the microphone input.