The Replay XD Prime X probably won’t have the name acknowledgment like the others in the class, yet because of its lightweight, ultra-compact and waterproof body combined with a strong 1080p video quality and star-driven highlights; it merits a spot on your short rundown.
The Replay XD Prime X is one of the littlest, lightest, full HD waterproof activity cams accessible. Its plan and highlights make it simple to use, from mounting it without flaw to changing settings in a hurry. An outside mic connector is accessible, and its HDMI out backings live uncompressed video to a presentation, recorder or transmitter. It’s additionally all around evaluated given all that it can do and its included frill.
The camera’s battery is inherent, so no rapidly swapping batteries for more power. The inner mic’s execution is somewhat conflicting. A few settings must be balanced by altering a content record put away on your microSD card. A tripod mount isn’t incorporated into the body.
The f2.7 focal point (T2.8 for the movie producers out there) Hyperion Cine Prime X has a 140-degree edge of the view. It was only intended for this camera utilizing aspherical, antireflection-covered, all-glass components including uncommon low-scattering components used to decrease chromatic distortion. A replaceable effect safe glass focal point cover secures the entire thing.
Behind the focal point is a 1/2.3-inch 16-megapixel CMOS sensor, which the organization says utilizes 33 percent less power and has higher affectability and preferable unique range over past models. With it, the camera can record video at up to 1080p at 60fps and 720p at 120fps yet, in addition, has film settings for 24 and 48fps.
Plan and highlights
The cylindrical aluminum body estimates 1.2 by 3.9 inches or 30 by 98mm and weighs just 3.5 ounces or 99.2g. By correlation, it’s generally the span of a move of US quarters, yet not exactly a large portion of the weight. That enables you to put this camera – or a few of them – where others won’t fit.
Ultimately, the inner 1,700mAh battery is fit for a ceaseless account for up to 3.5 hours on a solitary charge. An agent for Replay XD said this was accomplished account at 720p at 60fps, and that they had hit 2.5 to 3 hours on 1080p at 60fps.
At the Replay XD Prime X’s value point; it has a couple strong rivals in the GoPro Hero3+ Silver and Sony Action Cam Mini. The Prime X’s video is equivalent to, if not somewhat superior to anything the Hero3+ Silver, and for my cash, beats it on the structure. The Action Cam Mini is somewhat superior to the Prime X in video quality and has some different pluses (electronic picture adjustment, removable battery, remote wrist show), yet doesn’t have the setting alternatives of the Prime X and changing settings straightforwardly on camera is beyond the realm of imagination. Toward the day’s end – regardless of whether that day is spent hustling downhill, pursuing waves or basically playing with your children or pets – it descends to your element and structure needs. In any case, the Prime X unquestionably merits a spot on your short rundown.