• 4K Ultra HD Action Camera. Professional 4K 25fps & 2.7K 30fps video with 12MP photos at up to 30 frames per second for incredible photos, which is 4 times the resolution of traditional HD cameras.
  • Wireless Wrist Remote Control Sports Camera. With a wrist 2.4G remote, you can capture the world in an all-new way. Controlling the camera, framing shots or recording video is convenient.
  • Longer Battery Life. AKASO EK7000 action camera comes with 2 rechargeable 1050mAh batteries. Each battery can record up to 90 minutes. No more worry about the recording time for this action camera.
  • Built-In WIFI & HDMI, edit & share your action in minutes. Just download App(iSmart DV) on your phone or tablet and connect with this action camera. Wi-Fi signal ranges up to 10 meters.
  • 100 feet waterproof camera. AKASO EK7000 is designed to withstand extreme environments, together with durable waterproof case. With the accessories, transform it for indoor and outdoor activities.

First of all this camera is freaking amazing for the price! I searched for literal hours on youtube trying to figure out which affordable action cam to buy and out of frustration it took me about 2 days because each review of a camera, had a cheap action camera with missing features and sub-par reviews!! On day two I came across a youtuber with this specific camera and was amazed! This camera has everything you need to get some amazing video shots and even comes with a bundle of accessories that would total over 1k probably if you were to try to get the go pro. The best part is that this camera shoots great high quality footage in 1080p and is so easy to carry around. Its awesome that they include 2 batteries because action cams in general tend to have a short life span and with 2 batteries and my battery pack (see photo) I literally can get 3+ hours of use out of this thing! Its easy charge both overnight, once you use one battery plug the usb battery charger (included) into your travel battery pack and keep filming, you literally can just keep filming even out in the middle of nowhere and not have to worry about camera life.... This thing is AWESOME!!! Shipping Time = excellent Camera Price = excellent Bundle Accessories + Mounting Gear = Freaking Amazing and included This camera is literally the best! If you are thinking about if you should do it, GET IT! It literally does not get any better than this little guy especially for the price! I also convinced a friend to purchase this item for her upcoming trip, she is not tech savy and she can do it!! She is so excited to use this item for her trip and the fact that its shipped via prime she got it just in time!

I have a GoPro Hero5. I bought this one as a back-up, second view camera. Those who talk about the quirks of this camera miss the point. The GoPro has the same amount of quirks. All the cameras have a learning curve. However, the pics from the AKASO are amazing. The video quality is very good. The fact that I can interchange accessories with the GoPro is really cool. I bought a couple of extra batteries, so I have 4 and it is plenty for my use. I combined it with an inexpensive accessory package, for under $20 and have taken great dual video shots while riding my ATV. I put this camera in a little more riskier position (to protect my GoPro from harm) and it has not failed to deliver. What I find really funny is the price of this camera is equivalent to buying an accessory package from GoPro for their camera. Now, it does not do the 4K videos as well as the GoPro, but I have spliced together footage of both film taken from both these and it is difficult to tell which part of the footage was shot with the GoPro and which with the AKASO. To be fair, I can see a quality difference in the color contrast under low light but the video still looks great and I would not have seen it if I didn't have the frames next to each other. A slight adjustment using my movie editing software put the footage on an equal basis. I also find the remote here much more useful than having to talk to my camera to start recording or to take a picture. For a camera that is $60 compared to my GoPro @$400, this rocks!! If you are contemplating spending a large some of money on a GoPro and you see this and think it cannot compare, you are sadly mistaken.

I already owned two Hero's. A Hero3, and Hero LCD. With the full compliment of accessories, I spent over $1000 on the two cameras. Honestly, I bought this Akaso believing it to be a throw away. Instead, it has become my "Go To" camera. I race motorcycles, both road race track and dirt scrambles. The simple two button remote is awesome. The last thing you need when diving into a knee dragging 100+ MPH turn is the distraction of trying to figure out if the camera is recording when your trying to work out technique on track day. There's times when out with friends for a day of hard core single track and goat trails I don't want to take constant video, just an occasional single shot of an awesome mountaintop vista, or burst shot some tough obstacle, and switching modes is as simple as just pushing one one of the two buttons, compared to the menu you have to navigate on the hero.. Swapping out batteries is quick, the video is as good as the LCD Hero, and it's even better than the original Hero 3. I hand out the two Hero's to riding buddies, but alway keep the Akaso for myself, as it is the most reliable, easiest to operate, and takes the best video. I can't really think of any negative. The two batteries combined outlast both the heros. The hero's have a fancier menu, and a few more features, but I'm not doing a TV show, all I want is clean video or stills, and don't miss all the extra bs you have to go through on set up. I don't usually give such a universally positive rating, but considering a new Hero will set you back $400, then add accessories, a couple cases, SD cards, and your up to $500. Fot $125 you can get the Akaso AND a well stocked kit, it's a pretty easy call. Once the current batteries wear out on the hero's I'm just going to buy more Akaso's. Going over everyone else's video of the days trails and laughing at each others fails has become permanent part of our weekend rides, and everyone wants copies. I couldn't think of a better way to end the day.

Great deal for a great little camera! Bought this for taking pictures in / under the water for a trip to the Philippines and didnt feel like spending hundreds. It certainly has some quirks and a learning curve, but it works great and definitely can't beat the price! Photo quality is great, would give 4 stars for some of the quirks but gets a bonus star for the great price! Some notes: - Takes a little time to figure out how to use it since there aren't many instructions provided. For example, I couldn't figure out how to open the underwater case and I was afraid of breaking it! See my photos here for help on that. - App recommended in provided instructions didn't work for me, but another one called PNJ iCam (iOS) works perfectly. So far I have just downloaded and deleted and taken pictures through the app. - Photos and videos sometimes show up out of order on the app, which can make it hard to figure out which ones you have already downloaded vs. which are new. - WiFi functionality for this is similar to what other things like headsets or speakers use Bluetooth for, but since it connects over WiFi, you will not be connected to other WiFi networks during that time. - When in the underwater casing, it doesn't quite line up so you get a little black on the edge of the frame where the casing blocks the lens. Slight annoyance as you can crop it out of the photos. Need to figure out how to crop my videos.

This camera is great! I don't do any action sport but I needed a camera for underwater pictures and videos during my vacation. And the result is very good!

I almost give this product a 1 Star review due to an unfortunate mistake on my part caused by something I think is stupid in the bundle that came with the camera. Here's my story: I purchased this camera for a trip in the Pacific. The camera worked great and I am pleased with the results for a < $100 purchase. I mainly used the camera for underwater shots while snorkeling. But one afternoon while getting ready for a swim, we were being pestered by bugs, so my wife sprayed insect repellent on my arms and legs. There was a pool of liquid on one leg which I rubbed in. However, the spray contained DEET. And I then touched the back of the waterproof case which has made a mess of the backdoor. I DID NOT KNOW THAT DEET EATS PLASTIC! You have been warned. But I was not concerned since I knew there was a spare back in the accessories. What I did not realize was that the spare back IS NOT WATERPROOF! Why on earth does the manufacturer supply a second back for the waterproof case that is not waterproof? Upon my return to the US, I went to use the camera in my pool with the non-waterproof back and guess what - the camera got wet, the screen went white, and I thought I had ruined the camera leaving me with a bag of bits that I would never use again. However, I quickly removed camera from the case, removed the battery and memory card, put camera into a bag of rice and left in a warm place for 48 hours. I am happy to report that the camera appears to be working just fine - only time will tell. But I re-iterate - why would someone supply a spare back for a waterproof housing that made the housing non-waterproof? So two warnings here: Stay way from insecticides that contain DEET The spare backdoor for the housing is not waterproof.