SJCAM, the action camera manufacturer who eased its way into the market with the release of the SJ4000, is pleased to announce the launch of its new ION-series. Designed for those who want to capture their adventures this new line of cameras consists of three models, namely, Carbon 4K, Totem 4K, and Krypton 4K UHD.
Following on from the success of SJCAM’s SJ8 Series, the ION Series features impressive tech and specifications perfect for adventure lovers and thrill-seekers who want to capture their journey. Each camera features built-in WiFi for connecting to a smartphone or tablet for viewing recorded files via the SJCAM Zone app. All 3 cameras can be used as dash cams and both the Carbon 4K and Krypton 4K UHD can record up to 4K at 30fps. The lightweight, slim design makes them perfect for any activity, whilst the included waterproof housing is capable of keeping the cameras waterproof up to 30m deep.
SJCAM ION Carbon 4K
This model comes with a 2-inch LCD screen, designed for easy viewing of footage and images. It features a 170-degree HD wide-angle lens capable of recording 4K at 30fps, 2.7k at 30fps, 1080p at 60 0r 30fps and 720p at 120, 60 or 30fps. Images can be captured up to 16MP resolution and it comes packing a battery that can last for up to 70 minutes per charge. RRP £65.99.
SJCAM ION Totem 4K
Number 2 in the ION series is the Totem 4K, which features a 2-inch LCD touchscreen display, an external microphone and image stabilization. The 166-degree A+ HD wide-angle lens is capable of recording 4K at 24fps (interpolated), 2K at 30fps, 1080p at 60 or 30fps and 720p at 120, 60 or 30fps. Up to 80 minutes of battery life ensures you can capture plenty of footage from one charge. The field of view can be set up to either wide, middle or narrow, ensuring you get the footage you want. RRP £119.99.
SJCAM ION Krypton 4K UHD
The final camera in the series, the Krypton 4K UHD features a 170-degree lens that features 2 aspherical lenses to improve the edge-to-edge sharpness and clarity. An external microphone and 3-axis gyro image stabilization are also present on this camera. The Krypton 4K UHD is able to record 4K and 2K at 30fps. 1080p can be recorded at 60 to 120fps, while 720p can be recorded at 120 to 240fps . Battery life of up to 100 minutes gives you plenty of time to capture those images and videos. RRP £215.99
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