Last week in Atlanta, someone stole a car with a one-month baby inside. The police started the search operation, and Channel 2 Action News reporters were covering the story. In the end, it turned out that the photographer covering the story was the one who found the baby and helped to save her life.
GoPro, once the undisputed action camera leader, has had a rough time lately.
In attempt to improve its financial results and regain market share, the company announced that as of April it will be narrowing down its camera lineup and focusing on just three models.
The Hero5 won’t be one of those cameras, unfortunately, as its release date has once again been pushed back.
We recently reported the announcement of Yi’s $64 new action camera, (formally Xiaomi YI) and we’re now bringing you the first hands-on reviews and GoPro comparisons.
Two Chinese reviews, one by pcpop comparing the Yi Action Camera to the flagship GoPro 4 Black and the cheap SJ4000, and another by Geekpark comparing it to the GoPro 3 and 4 Black editions, reveal new details regarding the highly anticipated new kid on the block.
Other than sharing new specs and features, the reviews include video, contrast and low-light shooting comparisons.
One of the concerns with such a cheap camera is that cheap often comes at a cost. Does the low price indicate low quality?
Overall the camera seems to give a rather impressive bang for the buck, but will it work in crowded spaces?