• Veho VCC-005-MUVI-HD10 Mini Handsfree Action Cam with Wireless Remote, 4GB Memory, and Helmet Mounting Bracket
  • Veho VCC-005-MUVI-HD10 Mini Handsfree Action Cam with Wireless Remote, 4GB Memory, and Helmet Mounting Bracket
  • Veho VCC-005-MUVI-HD10 Mini Handsfree Action Cam with Wireless Remote, 4GB Memory, and Helmet Mounting Bracket
  • Veho VCC-005-MUVI-HD10 Mini Handsfree Action Cam with Wireless Remote, 4GB Memory, and Helmet Mounting Bracket
  • Veho VCC-005-MUVI-HD10 Mini Handsfree Action Cam with Wireless Remote, 4GB Memory, and Helmet Mounting Bracket
  • Veho VCC-005-MUVI-HD10 Mini Handsfree Action Cam with Wireless Remote, 4GB Memory, and Helmet Mounting Bracket
  • Veho VCC-005-MUVI-HD10 Mini Handsfree Action Cam with Wireless Remote, 4GB Memory, and Helmet Mounting Bracket
  • Veho VCC-005-MUVI-HD10 Mini Handsfree Action Cam with Wireless Remote, 4GB Memory, and Helmet Mounting Bracket
  • Veho VCC-005-MUVI-HD10 Mini Handsfree Action Cam with Wireless Remote, 4GB Memory, and Helmet Mounting Bracket
Veho VCC-005-MUVI-HD10 Mini Handsfree Action Cam with Wireless Remote, 4GB Memory, and Helmet Mounting Bracket
Veho VCC-005-MUVI-HD10 Mini Handsfree Action Cam with Wireless Remote, 4GB Memory, and Helmet Mounting Bracket
Veho VCC-005-MUVI-HD10 Mini Handsfree Action Cam with Wireless Remote, 4GB Memory, and Helmet Mounting Bracket
Veho VCC-005-MUVI-HD10 Mini Handsfree Action Cam with Wireless Remote, 4GB Memory, and Helmet Mounting Bracket
Veho VCC-005-MUVI-HD10 Mini Handsfree Action Cam with Wireless Remote, 4GB Memory, and Helmet Mounting Bracket
Veho VCC-005-MUVI-HD10 Mini Handsfree Action Cam with Wireless Remote, 4GB Memory, and Helmet Mounting Bracket
Veho VCC-005-MUVI-HD10 Mini Handsfree Action Cam with Wireless Remote, 4GB Memory, and Helmet Mounting Bracket
Veho VCC-005-MUVI-HD10 Mini Handsfree Action Cam with Wireless Remote, 4GB Memory, and Helmet Mounting Bracket
Veho VCC-005-MUVI-HD10 Mini Handsfree Action Cam with Wireless Remote, 4GB Memory, and Helmet Mounting Bracket

Veho VCC-005-MUVI-HD10 Mini Handsfree Action Cam with Wireless Remote, 4GB Memory, and Helmet Mounting Bracket

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  • 5MP HD video image resolution up to 1920 x 1080 at 30fps; 170 degree wide angle lens to capture all of the footage all of the time
  • Internal rechargable lithium battery supporting 4hrs recording and including 4Gb Micro SD card; 1.5 inch viewfinder/review LCD, Touch panel control, Self timer, digital zoom and noise activation
  • Universal mounting options inclusing flat mount, helmet side mount, body clip, Helmet strap, hook and loop closures; Up to 8MP Stills with continuous photos to allow timelapse videos
  • Standard tripod Mount to use with VCC-A019-MP monopod and tripod; Works with all standard MUVI Mounting options (VCC-A010-WPC,VCC-A014-HM,VCC-A015-FBM,VCC-A016-HSM,VCC-A017-UPM,VCC-A018-HFM,VCC-A020-USM)

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Hands down the best price/quality ratio in the market right now. the price/quality ratio on this video camera is just amazing. I use this for several purposes, including but no limited to bycicle riding, skiing, and as dash camera when driving. The picture quality is very good in my opinion. True 1080p. However, I don't usually need that high of a quality so I go for a lower resolution to increase storage space.This camera comes with all kinds of adapters to use on a helmet, bicycle frame, dashboard camera, etc. I think just the accesories included here, would be over $100 if you were to buy from a brand name like GoPro.Things I really like about this;-Screen display; This is a HUGE plus considering even most GoPros don't have one.-Voice activated recording; Basically you can have the camera turned on and it will start recording once it detects noise. Inversely, it will stop recording once it no longer detects noise.-Loop recording option; This is very useful if you have a low capacity storage memory card. Once it runs out of space, it will overwrite it and start over-Accessories/Adapters; Comes with all kinds of accessories, some that I haven t even utilized.-Time lapse option; Great for making a time lapse varying timers, 2,3,5,10,20, 30 and 60 seconds.-HDMI and AV output; great to preview your videos/pics on a big screen TV.Things that could be improved.-Record/operate while charging the device.I'm taking away one start due to the fact that you cannot record while charging the device, which meas, you won't be able to use as a dashcam for longer than 2hrs trips.-Bigger screen display and smaller on-device controls.I like that the controls are big because I have large hands, but I would prefer to have a bigger screen to preview my videos.Not a huge deal, but this would be a nice design improvement, imo.-Removable battery. This is one of the biggest design shortfalls of this camera. If you could remove the battery and just insert a new, then this would make this camera a real winner.-Mini USB, I would prefer that this would be a Micro USB so I don't have to carry an extra USB cable just for this camera.Overall I'm very satisfied with this camera, and I would recommend to anyone looking for an HD action camera without having to break the bank for it. 4I intended this for driving use and work but it excelled at catching our caretaker watching TV instead of dad. This little camera is great. I immediately plugged in a 32GB micro SD card and usually took this on my dashboard to record drives. (This thing comes with a mess of mounts and clip) It was also not only intended for use at work to catch those who should be caught but also our stupid customers who deserve to show their true colors on youtube. (And insurance for me for the lying hissyfitters.) This thing can be set to record when it hears audio. I wish it were motion sensor instead. Maybe next time. This thing is only like a double sized Zippo lighter in size and has an awesome color screen on the back to display what you're recording or looking at. You can also use it for playback on the unit.We had recently hired a caretaker for my dad with Alzheimer's and I had a funny feeling about the new caretaker. I set the thing to record with audio sensor start recording and set the camera in the back of the room. Because this cam is HD AND has like a 160 degree view or something like that I was able to record watching the caretaker in up to almost 2/3rds + of the house. I caught her scoping out rooms she had no business in, and worse, ignoring my dad who she was being paid to care for. I watched her watch TV and talk on the phone for 3 days and fired her. BINGO! This recorder paid for itself hundreds of times over instead of us getting grief and regrets from a no good worker. I can just imagine something bad happening from a non caring caretaker. Thank you Veho.This thing is small and easy to disguise. Just cover the tiny red light in the front with a square millimeter of electrical tape and you've got a cheap surveillance system. I should have rated this 4 because they missed motion sensor but this thing is a magnificent miniature HD camera. Even when I recorded 1080 it took a long time to fill the 32GB card.This thing may also be great for sports but I messed up when I took it whitewater rafting so we never got to use it for that, although it did get to come along for the ride. The waterproof housing is waterproof and very sturdy, by the way. If you want a small, easy to disguise, HD, super wide angle camera, with remote control, that carries a very decent charge this is what you're looking for. The pictures from this motion and still camera are very clear and of excellent quality. I love this camera for its simplicity, tiny size, remote control, and excellent quality product both picture and build. What's even cooler is if you get the right micro HDMI > HDMI cable and you can play direct from the Veho to any HDTV. This also an excellent bargain for what you are getting. The recording video plays back in excellent HD on a large screen HDTV. I played it on a 60" and saw so much detail that I was really impressed something this small recorded such a beautiful video. 5I like it. But... The video you see here ...10 sec interval about 500 images time lapse exported out with Lightroom4. The lines you see at the top are reflections of window blinds because this was my first experiment shot thru window. Spot metered and position adjusted so that the exposure seemed almost right. Note... in my experience, the Muvi's spot metering is good at controlling/exposing for the highlights. But it gives no boost shooting in a dark environment compared to auto exposure.The good - Better than expected quality in good light shooting at 1080p.Misleading info -- You can shoot at the widest angle only in 720p. 1080p gives you a narrower view(explain why Veho!)- The max aperture is only 3.6 as per exif data on the pictures(Veho claims this to be 2.8 on their website(veho-world)). This 3.6 aperture is fixed irrespective of lighting conditions and camera parameters. So, camera plays with ISO and shutter speed to adjust exposure(Explain why Veho... if the camera is really F2.8 why won't you use it?). This also means, in low light, the ISO gets boosted (instead of opening the aperture)and you get a very grainy image.The bad - My tripod socket came loose within a week. It may partially be because in both of my mounts, I can't feel if the bottom of the camera touched the 1/4" screw because it is a (unnecessarily)very tight fit. Also I think there should have been a collar on the metal insert in addition to the knurling to give it better support to prevent it from being pulled out so easily. I am getting this ... Veho Muvi VCC-A013-UTM MUVI Universal Tripod Mount Video Camera (Black)I bought this to be used as a dash cam and this works great. It gets mounted upside down with the attachments came with the camera.Good to know - 1080p files are split at 1802MB and for 720p at 902MB. Rewriting the older files(Loop record)works well. Waking up from standby is not really faster than manually switching it on(It takes a few seconds). You can switch it off directly (skipping holding the record button to show the display) while recording with the display off and video will be saved properly.960P is NOT 16:9!You can zoom only in 720P(even if you want to take picture). The camera releases the shutter when you release the button(not when you press it!) In 1080P, your image covers more area than what you composed(for photographs). You can not take a picture while movie recording is going on. Going to the playback area is the biggest trap(You better know what to press and in what order...there is no one click exit). I wish pressing the record button exited from any kind of menus. You can shoot timelapse with the screen off just like the video. Just noticed... it does not go to stand by mode if you are in a menu! I wish I knew how to make a charge and record cable for the car. Also I wish if Amazon allowed me to add an additional video, I could have added another driving footage. You can have live HDMI output on the TV with the mini HDMI port(not that it has any use for me!) 4Small and rugged A great deal for a low-cost body cam that's rugged and small. I've had mine since 2013 and if it died or broke or got lost I'd go right back and buy another one just like it (and it's come down in price about $35 since then).It's got plenty of menu options and settings available to configure the camera. Outfit it with a 32Gb card (about $15 )and a 5000mah power bank (about $10) and you can record for hours and hours and hours. It uses about 1 GB storage for every 30 minutes of recording so a 32Gb chip will give you ~40 hours of run time. (The internal battery will only give you roughly 35 to 45 mins of recording time.)The default spring-clip carrier is fairly versatile and the clip swivels 360 degrees. The clip would be perfect if it had some X- and Y- adjustment, but unfortunately it doesn't- you can't "point" it left or right to make up for the clip being attached to something that might not face straight ahead.I've never used the watertight case- it's kinda clunky and unwieldy (but I think most of them are, so...). I've never used the auto-record feature but when I tested it everything seemed to work fine. All the other fittings and straps and clips and stuff that came with it are probably useful to other people but 99.99% of the time I just use the clip.As mentioned above, I recommend that you get a 5000mah power bank and a 32Gb micro SD card to use with it- they turn the Muvi from "useable" to "useful". 5THE BEST LITTLE BACK UP PARTNER YOU COULD EVER WISH FOR... The Veho VCC 005 MUVI NPNG MUVI is by far the best body cam I have ever found. I use a 64 GB micro SD card and during the evening before my shift I charge my cam. I use it between four and six hours a day and I have no problems or issues with it. I simply turn on the power set the voice operated and it's ready for my shift. We live in a very crazy world and even for someone who's not on the job it's an excellent form of evidence gathering device in the event that something happens to you. My daughter has occasionally used it when she goes out with her 16-month-old son. The cost is very reasonable and it's very easy to use. You simply charge the device put it where you want it turned the power on and then set the voice operated system that way anytime you start speaking the body cam will turn on and start recording. The records in HD and you will not believe the quality of video that you get from this device. I am very happy that I purchased this item and it's with me everyday. 5Three ***stars for MUVI HD10 I purchased the Veho MUVI HD10 Mini camcorder to replace another small portable type video recorder. The other one was not reliable. I never knew if it was on or off. There was no preview LCD screen.I am not in law enforcement or security. I am a photography teacher who does workshops on street photography in Los Angeles, Ca. I wanted a recorder that I can turn and off at will. This one does have a remote, but I wound up not using it. I attached the MUVI device on my belt. I can easily tap on for power and tap on to record. I see the red light change to green and I know by looking down that it was recording. You do have to develop a feel for where the controls are on the recorder. The power button is easy, but the record button takes a long 1.5 seconds hold to activate recording mode. I found that sometimes it did not respond. But knowing to look for the green button that flashes was good enough.I wanted to record certain parts of the street photography workshop. So having the ability to turn on and off recording was good. At first time I used it it only recorded 16 minutes and then it turned off. Not sure what happen. I did use it another time to record a large event at a convention center in Riverside, Ca. So I tried it outdoors and indoors for the most part.The results were disappointing in terms of the video quality. The quality for 1080p was not as good as I hope for. The audio was good. The audio does not pick up as loud and I would want. That is not really a problem as I can edit in post. But the video quality was not impressive. It is grainy indoors in moderate lighting. Outdoors was considerably better but there must be bright sunlight. Again not as sharp as I would like. There is a fisheye effect while the lens trys to capture a wider depth of field.Pros: Small device, LCD screen, playback, VOX, voice activated, I don't use, because any sound turns on recording. Clip on attachment. Comes loaded with lots of extra accessory attachments. Ships with a 2 gig Micro SD card. You will need a SD adapter to slip the Micro SD card, so you can plug into your computer. I don't like using the USB chord.Cons: Video quality poor, sound mediocre. No cover for lens. There is a pouch but it does not fit inside with the belt clip on.I was surprise that a lot people did not notice or comment that I had a wearable video recording device. You can easily see the lens, and it does blink green when recording, thats better than RED. There is also the large MUVI name on the device for all to see.It will not replace my other HD quality camcorders. I wanted something wearable and small so I can record certain events. This will do for now, 3Durable & affordable Using as a body cam in a Law Enforcement capacity. Unit works well however, battery dies after approximately 3 hours of usage. Unit comes with a wireless remote, which I have attached to my duty belt. Wireless remote will not work if the unit itself is not manually turned on. If you leave the unit on in stand-by mode, the screen will remain lit which will drain the battery and reduce recording time. There is an option in which you can turn the screen off while in stand-by mode however, the unit will not record unless you turn the screen back on. This particular feature in and of itself is worthless. Unit can be set to record with a date and time stamp, which is useful for documentation and court purposes. The audio and video are good quality and have a wide view in non HD mode. HD mode has a narrow view however, the picture is more detailed. Unit does not have night vision so if you are on permanent grave yard shift, you may want to reconsider for the video is poor in the dark. I work for a smaller municipal agency with a tight budget. We are not issued body cameras and must pay for our own cameras if we want one. This unit has served me well. Its been with me during uses of force and in heavy rain. Nothing has stopped it yet. The unit comes with a heavy duty clip which also works well. The kit comes with video editing software, power/USB cable, soft case and several mounting brackets for use as a dash cam etc. If you have been thinking about buying a body cam, this is a good one at a reasonable price. I also purchased a service/warranty plan with the unit just in case. 4Good enough for motorycle and legal protection I use this while riding my motorcycle to record other drivers and to protect myself legally. At 1080p the recording detail is good enough to make out the speed gradients on my analog speedometer and I can even make out the small specs of rust on my steering column. I can see every little detail of the asphalt, make out the faces of passing pedestrians, read mail box numbers (if passing slow enough) and license plates of cars when at a stop. The view angle is wide enough to record my instrument panel, my hands on the handlebars and my wrists (in comparison I have tried other mini cameras and the video recordings are only wide enough to get the windshield area). There is a time & date stamp setting that superimposes over the video, which makes a nice legal reference. The 720p modes and lower aren't good enough to catch small details like license plate #'s so I don't even use them.I can't comment on all the accessories. I only use the pocket clip and I'm good enough with the camera buttons to not need the remote. It is not hard to use the camera if you only need to turn it on and push the record button, which takes maybe 5 seconds to get going.The on-board controls are only needed if you need to navigate the menus to do something special, like change the date/time, change the resolution, or do a video playback. Once I had my controls set I never really used the on-board stuff again.The included software isn't needed; the movie files are saved in .mov format which I have viewed in Windows using Apple's Quicktime software. VLC media player also works, it is freeware software that can be used with any operating system.In conclusion, I feel confident using this camera and will update my review if I encounter any problems with it. It has met my expectations and exceeded them for a small pocket camera. 5 stars. 5sorry for the low rating I gave it three stars because the product description stated HD and 170 degrees field of view...Even the manual states that under "Specifications"...They even know how to stipulate as tehy did so when they mentioned "Digital zoom 3x (when using 720p resolution).So, the manufacturer clearly understands how to write a stipulation yet did not do so when I came down to the HD being at a much smaller field of view in 1080 mode.I purchased this for the wider field of view in 1080 mode and of course this is disappointing.Sorry, for the short review but I wanted to get you guys a quick video of this product to help in anyway in your purchasing decision.I suppose it is a great product if you do not care about that field of view and 1080 HD as I do.Here is the quoted from the listing as I made the purchase understanding, "5MP HD video image resolution up to 1920 x 1080 at 30fps; 170 degree wide angle lens to capture all of the footage all of the time".You can read this anyway you like but I understood it to be like the manual stated, full, 170 degree field of view at 1920 x 1080.Very low battery life - right at 54 minutes of recording time at 720 and with seven different recording times on/off a full battery 3If you're considering the Muvi over the GoPro, read this. I use it for sailing, skimboarding, spearfishing, scuba/snorkeling. The Muvi comes with tons more stuff (meaning some very expensive mounts) than a GoPro. The case is hard as a rock and works for basic scuba diving (I've got no doubt that it would function in deep water but 40 feet is as far as I've gone). The picture quality is a decent HD, but it's not even remotely close to a 4k camera. The remote isn't water proof, but you can buy an underwater wallet/phone case (try the DRY PAK, also available on Amazon for like $13) and stick the remote in there. This makes operating the Muvi underwater a breeze. My friends with GoPros have to constantly mess with their cameras if they want to start/stop filming. The remote really takes much of the hassle out of filming, and allows you to concentrate on what you're doing. The built in screen also makes life easier. I can't tell you how much footage my friends lost to their GoPros because they couldn't tell exactly what they were filming.I don't like that the battery is permanent, but the entry level GoPro is the same. The battery goes for a solid 3-4 hours and holds a charge for months if you forget to plug it in. Sound is ok. It's all you really need, but it's not extremely high quality like more expensive versions. You'll get a lot of wind sounds interfering if you're doing something like biking or sailing. I find a good soundtrack to remedy this situation. The Muvi is bulky, but you won't notice it if you've got a good head or chest mount.Overall, the Muvi is the hands down winner if you're considering the entry level GoPros. If I were a professional photographer or grown out of the beginner cameras then I'd probably buy a nicer GoPro. 5
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Hands down the best price/quality ratio in the market right now. the price/quality ratio on this video camera is just amazing. I use this for several purposes, including but no limited to bycicle riding, skiing, and as dash camera when driving. The picture quality is very good in my opinion. True 1080p. However, I don't usually need that high of a quality so I go for a lower resolution to increase storage space.This camera comes with all kinds of adapters to use on a helmet, bicycle frame, dashboard camera, etc. I think just the accesories included here, would be over $100 if you were to buy from a brand name like GoPro.Things I really like about this;-Screen display; This is a HUGE plus considering even most GoPros don't have one.-Voice activated recording; Basically you can have the camera turned on and it will start recording once it detects noise. Inversely, it will stop recording once it no longer detects noise.-Loop recording option; This is very useful if you have a low capacity storage memory card. Once it runs out of space, it will overwrite it and start over-Accessories/Adapters; Comes with all kinds of accessories, some that I haven t even utilized.-Time lapse option; Great for making a time lapse varying timers, 2,3,5,10,20, 30 and 60 seconds.-HDMI and AV output; great to preview your videos/pics on a big screen TV.Things that could be improved.-Record/operate while charging the device.I'm taking away one start due to the fact that you cannot record while charging the device, which meas, you won't be able to use as a dashcam for longer than 2hrs trips.-Bigger screen display and smaller on-device controls.I like that the controls are big because I have large hands, but I would prefer to have a bigger screen to preview my videos.Not a huge deal, but this would be a nice design improvement, imo.-Removable battery. This is one of the biggest design shortfalls of this camera. If you could remove the battery and just insert a new, then this would make this camera a real winner.-Mini USB, I would prefer that this would be a Micro USB so I don't have to carry an extra USB cable just for this camera.Overall I'm very satisfied with this camera, and I would recommend to anyone looking for an HD action camera without having to break the bank for it. 4I intended this for driving use and work but it excelled at catching our caretaker watching TV instead of dad. This little camera is great. I immediately plugged in a 32GB micro SD card and usually took this on my dashboard to record drives. (This thing comes with a mess of mounts and clip) It was also not only intended for use at work to catch those who should be caught but also our stupid customers who deserve to show their true colors on youtube. (And insurance for me for the lying hissyfitters.) This thing can be set to record when it hears audio. I wish it were motion sensor instead. Maybe next time. This thing is only like a double sized Zippo lighter in size and has an awesome color screen on the back to display what you're recording or looking at. You can also use it for playback on the unit.We had recently hired a caretaker for my dad with Alzheimer's and I had a funny feeling about the new caretaker. I set the thing to record with audio sensor start recording and set the camera in the back of the room. Because this cam is HD AND has like a 160 degree view or something like that I was able to record watching the caretaker in up to almost 2/3rds + of the house. I caught her scoping out rooms she had no business in, and worse, ignoring my dad who she was being paid to care for. I watched her watch TV and talk on the phone for 3 days and fired her. BINGO! This recorder paid for itself hundreds of times over instead of us getting grief and regrets from a no good worker. I can just imagine something bad happening from a non caring caretaker. Thank you Veho.This thing is small and easy to disguise. Just cover the tiny red light in the front with a square millimeter of electrical tape and you've got a cheap surveillance system. I should have rated this 4 because they missed motion sensor but this thing is a magnificent miniature HD camera. Even when I recorded 1080 it took a long time to fill the 32GB card.This thing may also be great for sports but I messed up when I took it whitewater rafting so we never got to use it for that, although it did get to come along for the ride. The waterproof housing is waterproof and very sturdy, by the way. If you want a small, easy to disguise, HD, super wide angle camera, with remote control, that carries a very decent charge this is what you're looking for. The pictures from this motion and still camera are very clear and of excellent quality. I love this camera for its simplicity, tiny size, remote control, and excellent quality product both picture and build. What's even cooler is if you get the right micro HDMI > HDMI cable and you can play direct from the Veho to any HDTV. This also an excellent bargain for what you are getting. The recording video plays back in excellent HD on a large screen HDTV. I played it on a 60" and saw so much detail that I was really impressed something this small recorded such a beautiful video. 5I like it. But... The video you see here ...10 sec interval about 500 images time lapse exported out with Lightroom4. The lines you see at the top are reflections of window blinds because this was my first experiment shot thru window. Spot metered and position adjusted so that the exposure seemed almost right. Note... in my experience, the Muvi's spot metering is good at controlling/exposing for the highlights. But it gives no boost shooting in a dark environment compared to auto exposure.The good - Better than expected quality in good light shooting at 1080p.Misleading info -- You can shoot at the widest angle only in 720p. 1080p gives you a narrower view(explain why Veho!)- The max aperture is only 3.6 as per exif data on the pictures(Veho claims this to be 2.8 on their website(veho-world)). This 3.6 aperture is fixed irrespective of lighting conditions and camera parameters. So, camera plays with ISO and shutter speed to adjust exposure(Explain why Veho... if the camera is really F2.8 why won't you use it?). This also means, in low light, the ISO gets boosted (instead of opening the aperture)and you get a very grainy image.The bad - My tripod socket came loose within a week. It may partially be because in both of my mounts, I can't feel if the bottom of the camera touched the 1/4" screw because it is a (unnecessarily)very tight fit. Also I think there should have been a collar on the metal insert in addition to the knurling to give it better support to prevent it from being pulled out so easily. I am getting this ... Veho Muvi VCC-A013-UTM MUVI Universal Tripod Mount Video Camera (Black)I bought this to be used as a dash cam and this works great. It gets mounted upside down with the attachments came with the camera.Good to know - 1080p files are split at 1802MB and for 720p at 902MB. Rewriting the older files(Loop record)works well. Waking up from standby is not really faster than manually switching it on(It takes a few seconds). You can switch it off directly (skipping holding the record button to show the display) while recording with the display off and video will be saved properly.960P is NOT 16:9!You can zoom only in 720P(even if you want to take picture). The camera releases the shutter when you release the button(not when you press it!) In 1080P, your image covers more area than what you composed(for photographs). You can not take a picture while movie recording is going on. Going to the playback area is the biggest trap(You better know what to press and in what order...there is no one click exit). I wish pressing the record button exited from any kind of menus. You can shoot timelapse with the screen off just like the video. Just noticed... it does not go to stand by mode if you are in a menu! I wish I knew how to make a charge and record cable for the car. Also I wish if Amazon allowed me to add an additional video, I could have added another driving footage. You can have live HDMI output on the TV with the mini HDMI port(not that it has any use for me!) 4Small and rugged A great deal for a low-cost body cam that's rugged and small. I've had mine since 2013 and if it died or broke or got lost I'd go right back and buy another one just like it (and it's come down in price about $35 since then).It's got plenty of menu options and settings available to configure the camera. Outfit it with a 32Gb card (about $15 )and a 5000mah power bank (about $10) and you can record for hours and hours and hours. It uses about 1 GB storage for every 30 minutes of recording so a 32Gb chip will give you ~40 hours of run time. (The internal battery will only give you roughly 35 to 45 mins of recording time.)The default spring-clip carrier is fairly versatile and the clip swivels 360 degrees. The clip would be perfect if it had some X- and Y- adjustment, but unfortunately it doesn't- you can't "point" it left or right to make up for the clip being attached to something that might not face straight ahead.I've never used the watertight case- it's kinda clunky and unwieldy (but I think most of them are, so...). I've never used the auto-record feature but when I tested it everything seemed to work fine. All the other fittings and straps and clips and stuff that came with it are probably useful to other people but 99.99% of the time I just use the clip.As mentioned above, I recommend that you get a 5000mah power bank and a 32Gb micro SD card to use with it- they turn the Muvi from "useable" to "useful". 5THE BEST LITTLE BACK UP PARTNER YOU COULD EVER WISH FOR... The Veho VCC 005 MUVI NPNG MUVI is by far the best body cam I have ever found. I use a 64 GB micro SD card and during the evening before my shift I charge my cam. I use it between four and six hours a day and I have no problems or issues with it. I simply turn on the power set the voice operated and it's ready for my shift. We live in a very crazy world and even for someone who's not on the job it's an excellent form of evidence gathering device in the event that something happens to you. My daughter has occasionally used it when she goes out with her 16-month-old son. The cost is very reasonable and it's very easy to use. You simply charge the device put it where you want it turned the power on and then set the voice operated system that way anytime you start speaking the body cam will turn on and start recording. The records in HD and you will not believe the quality of video that you get from this device. I am very happy that I purchased this item and it's with me everyday. 5Three ***stars for MUVI HD10 I purchased the Veho MUVI HD10 Mini camcorder to replace another small portable type video recorder. The other one was not reliable. I never knew if it was on or off. There was no preview LCD screen.I am not in law enforcement or security. I am a photography teacher who does workshops on street photography in Los Angeles, Ca. I wanted a recorder that I can turn and off at will. This one does have a remote, but I wound up not using it. I attached the MUVI device on my belt. I can easily tap on for power and tap on to record. I see the red light change to green and I know by looking down that it was recording. You do have to develop a feel for where the controls are on the recorder. The power button is easy, but the record button takes a long 1.5 seconds hold to activate recording mode. I found that sometimes it did not respond. But knowing to look for the green button that flashes was good enough.I wanted to record certain parts of the street photography workshop. So having the ability to turn on and off recording was good. At first time I used it it only recorded 16 minutes and then it turned off. Not sure what happen. I did use it another time to record a large event at a convention center in Riverside, Ca. So I tried it outdoors and indoors for the most part.The results were disappointing in terms of the video quality. The quality for 1080p was not as good as I hope for. The audio was good. The audio does not pick up as loud and I would want. That is not really a problem as I can edit in post. But the video quality was not impressive. It is grainy indoors in moderate lighting. Outdoors was considerably better but there must be bright sunlight. Again not as sharp as I would like. There is a fisheye effect while the lens trys to capture a wider depth of field.Pros: Small device, LCD screen, playback, VOX, voice activated, I don't use, because any sound turns on recording. Clip on attachment. Comes loaded with lots of extra accessory attachments. Ships with a 2 gig Micro SD card. You will need a SD adapter to slip the Micro SD card, so you can plug into your computer. I don't like using the USB chord.Cons: Video quality poor, sound mediocre. No cover for lens. There is a pouch but it does not fit inside with the belt clip on.I was surprise that a lot people did not notice or comment that I had a wearable video recording device. You can easily see the lens, and it does blink green when recording, thats better than RED. There is also the large MUVI name on the device for all to see.It will not replace my other HD quality camcorders. I wanted something wearable and small so I can record certain events. This will do for now, 3Durable & affordable Using as a body cam in a Law Enforcement capacity. Unit works well however, battery dies after approximately 3 hours of usage. Unit comes with a wireless remote, which I have attached to my duty belt. Wireless remote will not work if the unit itself is not manually turned on. If you leave the unit on in stand-by mode, the screen will remain lit which will drain the battery and reduce recording time. There is an option in which you can turn the screen off while in stand-by mode however, the unit will not record unless you turn the screen back on. This particular feature in and of itself is worthless. Unit can be set to record with a date and time stamp, which is useful for documentation and court purposes. The audio and video are good quality and have a wide view in non HD mode. HD mode has a narrow view however, the picture is more detailed. Unit does not have night vision so if you are on permanent grave yard shift, you may want to reconsider for the video is poor in the dark. I work for a smaller municipal agency with a tight budget. We are not issued body cameras and must pay for our own cameras if we want one. This unit has served me well. Its been with me during uses of force and in heavy rain. Nothing has stopped it yet. The unit comes with a heavy duty clip which also works well. The kit comes with video editing software, power/USB cable, soft case and several mounting brackets for use as a dash cam etc. If you have been thinking about buying a body cam, this is a good one at a reasonable price. I also purchased a service/warranty plan with the unit just in case. 4Good enough for motorycle and legal protection I use this while riding my motorcycle to record other drivers and to protect myself legally. At 1080p the recording detail is good enough to make out the speed gradients on my analog speedometer and I can even make out the small specs of rust on my steering column. I can see every little detail of the asphalt, make out the faces of passing pedestrians, read mail box numbers (if passing slow enough) and license plates of cars when at a stop. The view angle is wide enough to record my instrument panel, my hands on the handlebars and my wrists (in comparison I have tried other mini cameras and the video recordings are only wide enough to get the windshield area). There is a time & date stamp setting that superimposes over the video, which makes a nice legal reference. The 720p modes and lower aren't good enough to catch small details like license plate #'s so I don't even use them.I can't comment on all the accessories. I only use the pocket clip and I'm good enough with the camera buttons to not need the remote. It is not hard to use the camera if you only need to turn it on and push the record button, which takes maybe 5 seconds to get going.The on-board controls are only needed if you need to navigate the menus to do something special, like change the date/time, change the resolution, or do a video playback. Once I had my controls set I never really used the on-board stuff again.The included software isn't needed; the movie files are saved in .mov format which I have viewed in Windows using Apple's Quicktime software. VLC media player also works, it is freeware software that can be used with any operating system.In conclusion, I feel confident using this camera and will update my review if I encounter any problems with it. It has met my expectations and exceeded them for a small pocket camera. 5 stars. 5sorry for the low rating I gave it three stars because the product description stated HD and 170 degrees field of view...Even the manual states that under "Specifications"...They even know how to stipulate as tehy did so when they mentioned "Digital zoom 3x (when using 720p resolution).So, the manufacturer clearly understands how to write a stipulation yet did not do so when I came down to the HD being at a much smaller field of view in 1080 mode.I purchased this for the wider field of view in 1080 mode and of course this is disappointing.Sorry, for the short review but I wanted to get you guys a quick video of this product to help in anyway in your purchasing decision.I suppose it is a great product if you do not care about that field of view and 1080 HD as I do.Here is the quoted from the listing as I made the purchase understanding, "5MP HD video image resolution up to 1920 x 1080 at 30fps; 170 degree wide angle lens to capture all of the footage all of the time".You can read this anyway you like but I understood it to be like the manual stated, full, 170 degree field of view at 1920 x 1080.Very low battery life - right at 54 minutes of recording time at 720 and with seven different recording times on/off a full battery 3If you're considering the Muvi over the GoPro, read this. I use it for sailing, skimboarding, spearfishing, scuba/snorkeling. The Muvi comes with tons more stuff (meaning some very expensive mounts) than a GoPro. The case is hard as a rock and works for basic scuba diving (I've got no doubt that it would function in deep water but 40 feet is as far as I've gone). The picture quality is a decent HD, but it's not even remotely close to a 4k camera. The remote isn't water proof, but you can buy an underwater wallet/phone case (try the DRY PAK, also available on Amazon for like $13) and stick the remote in there. This makes operating the Muvi underwater a breeze. My friends with GoPros have to constantly mess with their cameras if they want to start/stop filming. The remote really takes much of the hassle out of filming, and allows you to concentrate on what you're doing. The built in screen also makes life easier. I can't tell you how much footage my friends lost to their GoPros because they couldn't tell exactly what they were filming.I don't like that the battery is permanent, but the entry level GoPro is the same. The battery goes for a solid 3-4 hours and holds a charge for months if you forget to plug it in. Sound is ok. It's all you really need, but it's not extremely high quality like more expensive versions. You'll get a lot of wind sounds interfering if you're doing something like biking or sailing. I find a good soundtrack to remedy this situation. The Muvi is bulky, but you won't notice it if you've got a good head or chest mount.Overall, the Muvi is the hands down winner if you're considering the entry level GoPros. If I were a professional photographer or grown out of the beginner cameras then I'd probably buy a nicer GoPro. 5
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