TomTom Bandit Base - Videocámara deportiva Full HD 1080p, color blanco y rojo
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- Reproducción instantánea
- Edición fácil
- Elija, arrastre y suelte cualquier contenido que quiera destacar de sus grabaciones y ya estará listo para cargar
- Batería integrada de 1900 mAh y ranura para tarjeta microSD con capacidad de 3 horas de grabación sin cables a 1080p a 30 fps
- Utilice el visor para alinear la imagen al instante y para ver previsualizaciones de vídeo instantáneas en la app
- Rendimiento de alta resolución a 1080p a 60 fps o 720p a 120 fps para unas grabaciones nítidas y de acción
- Tome fotos y grabe vídeos en alta resolución que puede editar y compartir
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|Precio||EUR 156,57||EUR 209,43||EUR 169,15||EUR 415,31||EUR 168,40||EUR 315,72|
|Envío||Envío GRATIS||EUR 2,99||Envío GRATIS||Envío GRATIS||Envío GRATIS||Envío GRATIS|
|Resolución de pantalla máxima||—||1080 pixels||1080 pixels||1080 pixels||160x240||1080 pixels|
|Tamaño de pantalla||0,87 pulgada||0 pulgadas||2,7 pulgadas||2 pulgadas||2 pulgadas||2,7 pulgadas|
|Tipo de pantalla||—||LCD||LCD||Full HD; LCD||LCD||LCD|
|Estabilizador de imagen||—||digital||Óptico||Sí||Electronic||Óptico|
|Peso del artículo||186 gramos||65 gramos||190 gramos||171 gramos||380 gramos||140 gramos|
|Resolución||16 megapíxeles||16,8 megapíxeles||2,3 megapíxeles||12 megapíxeles||16 megapíxeles||8,4 megapíxeles|
|Tamaño del Sensor óptico||—||1/2.3"||1/5.8''||Unknown||1/2.8''||1/2.3|
|Sensor óptico||—||CMOS||Exmor R CMOS||CMOS||Panasonic MN34120PA||CMOS|
|Resolución de grabación de vídeo||1080p_full_hd||1080p_full_hd||1080p full hd||1080p||4k (3840x2160)||Full HD|
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TomTom Bandit - Cámara de acción
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Por fin puede dejar todos esos cables en casa. Hemos integrado un puerto USB para la carga y la transferencia de archivos en Bandit Action Cam, lo que le proporciona una mayor libertad de movimiento. Lo hemos llamado Batt-stick de Bandit.
Sensores de acción integrados
Mientras realiza su grabación, los sensores integrados de fuerza de la gravedad, velocidad, rotación, aceleración y altitud graban sus datos de acción. Bandit utiliza los datos para identificar las experiencias destacadas de su grabación y le permite mostrar las estadísticas en su vídeo final.
Edición sencilla en solo unos pocos minutos
Hemos diseñado la galardonada app Bandit para que pueda editar horas de grabación de la cámara de acción y conseguir un vídeo épico en solo unos pocos minutos. Sin necesidad de descargar ninguna grabación primero. De esa forma, ahorra un tiempo valioso además de memoria en sus dispositivos.
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Ease of Use: 9
Video Editing: 9
Overall: 8.9 out of 10
This is a great alternative to a GoPro. It is made with a very sturdy design that I am not afraid of dropping. The video quality is great, however you will need an external microphone if you want great audio as well. The built in microphone works, but it is nothing special. I never forget to charge it because as soon as I come home I plug the convenient batt stick into my PC to copy the videos over. When I go to put it back the next day it is charged up and ready to go. I have yet to run out of battery out on the trails. Video editing is a breeze when you're on the go. There is definitely room for improvement in terms of size and weight, however the bullet design and longer battery life make up for it in most cases. Overall is it a great action camera, and should not be over-looked. If TomTom was able to do this the first time around I am excited to see what they come out with next. This will force GoPro to be more competitive, add new features, and lower their pricing to keep up with competition that, so far, they have not had to deal with in the action camera marketplace.
Size / Shape / Weight = 8: The size and shape are superior to the GoPro in some cases. When mounting to a helmet the camera stays closer to you and is more aerodynamic. You can mount it on the side or top of a helmet. In some instances the GoPro shape is superior though. For instance, you wouldn't want to mount the TomTom with a forehead strap (GoPro would be better for that). It really just depends on where you want to mount it. The TomTom is also a bit heavier than the GoPro.
Video = 10: Video quality is great. Very similar to GoPro Hero4. There are some side by side comparisons on YouTube if you want to see for yourself. The only thing that could be better would be true 4K. The TomTom shoots 4K at 15fps, so it's better for time lapse stuff than action. I did not take off a point for the 4K as honestly I don't think you need 4K video for action yet anyway. 1080p @ 60fps is plenty. Go down to 720P @ 120fps for some slow motion awesomeness.
Audio = 7: Built in audio leaves something to be desired, however you can attach an external mic if you need to capture quality audio. Since the mic is not included I had to rate this one a 7.
Battery = 10: Battery life on this is amazing compared GoPro. Record three times as long without stopping to charge. Imagine missing a great shot because your GoPro died after a little over an hour of use. An hour flies by sometimes. Who wants to keep taking their GoPro off their helmet to check the battery life?
Ease of use = 9: Very easy to use. One button to start recording, another button to stop. The remote is great for when it is mounted on your helmet. The only complaint I have is that when connecting to the remote viewer you have to connect via the TomTom's built in WiFi. This means you have to disconnect your internet WiFi in order to use it. I would rather have the remote viewer use bluetooth so it is always connected when turned on. Not a huge deal. I just don't like messing with it when I am out on the trail getting setup.
Video Editing = 9: Video editor is very easy to use and has some great features for editing and sharing on the go. Some people complain that there isn't a desktop app, however any serious editor will already have something for this (and if not there are many programs available). TomTom filled a big void of editing and sharing on the fly with the TomTom Bandit. It uses sensors to pick up and flag moments of high speed, high g-force, braking, heart rate (extra module required), etc. After a run you can look at all of the highlights, do some quick adjustments to the length of each highlight, then post to youtube without even leaving the trail/slope/boat/etc.
Durability = 9: I tried to use the GoPro adapter to put the TomTom on a head strap mount for GoPro. Since the TomTom is a bullet shape I couldn't wear the headstrap right and had to put it over my helmet in a way that pointed the TomTom in the right direction. It turns out it wasn't very secure. As soon as I hit a hard landing the strap flew off and the TomTom went flying. It dropped from the top of my helmet while I was standing on a bike, so probably about 7-8 feet up, and due to the strap being elastic it ended up flying about 10 feet in front of me as well, landing on the dirt trail, bouncing around on tree roots and rocks, then eventually coming to a rest in the grass to the side of the trail. The TomTom didn't miss a beat. Some grass pieces were lodged in the lens around the edge. I picked them out, wiped the dirt off, and mounted put the TomTom on my handlebar mount for the rest of the ride. Later that day I went and purchased a new helmet with less venting so I could use the 3M 360 pitch mount on it. I won't be using the GoPro headstrap anymore, that's for sure.
I have some issues, the biggest of which may not have anything to do with the Bandit but need stating anyway, that being I have yet to find a level 10 MicroSD card for this cam that does NOT begin failing after a few hours of recording... I always buy the 128GB Ultra or Extreme SanDisk, Samsung and other brands, none have survived. I don't mean they fail and are unusable, I mean recording stops and I get the message on the cam to check SD card - I press down, go to general, to storage and Repair Storage... takes a few seconds and then I can record again but usually for only another minute or 5... Something I think that may be exacerbating this issue is that the camera gets quite hot even though nicely mounted on the right hand side of my helmet (I do a lot of ADV riding) even with wind chill getting into the 40's a couple of weeks ago... I should also mention that the 1st MicroSD card I got for this was the SanDisk Ultra 128 and it did function the best, flawlessly working until I reached about 70% or so of it's storage capacity, then it went to constant stop, run repair mode...
Completely uncertain what to do about this except to try different SD cards hoping I find a winner. Maybe I need to start using smaller SD cards or something... In spite of this, the Bandits overall video performance is really quite good. The external mic works well when NOT moving and I bought the proprietary mic cord and power plug in for this camera and am still wrestling with how to do quality ride commentary while I'm moving at speed...
Another minor annoyance is while the sticky camera mounts do stick very well, you only get a flat one and slightly curved one for helmet, no doubt but that's it - and you can ONLY buy more of these thru Tom Tom for the absurdly high cost of $25 and often there are none in stock - the power and mic cords were also absurdly costly at around $25/per also - the trouble with proprietary stuff like this... Really put a damper on me buying any more of these... considering I plan to get 3 more action cams for various angles while on the fly... Tom Tom - you really need to rethink some elements of this potentially great action Cam!
I would highly recommend.