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The best thing about action cameras is their unique design that is efficient to be attached to helmets, surfboards, cars and other gadgets, and another best part is their small size. They are durable and easy to operate, with a lens that captures your memories in high-definition video. So, here are the best action cameras of 2019 for you to save all your memories.

Their small size and exciting POV (point of view) footage have made them successful with extreme sports participants, who capture their experiences by connecting cameras to themselves or their gears.

Best Action Cameras of 2019

GoPro Hero 7 Black

While it may give pretty much of the identical headline video features as the Hero6 Black that it succeeds, the Hero7 Black allows many significant changes. The most important of this is the addition of GoPro’s all-new HyperSmooth image stabilization technology. It is very impressing, giving gimbal-smooth video footage.

TimeWarp video is an additional innovation, one that connects the idea of regular frame-by-frame time-lapse shooting (which you can still do individually) with HyperSmooth basically, a stabilized hyperlapse, while the user interface has been improved for much reliable user experience.

Presenting buttery-smooth 4K video footage the Hero7 Black is the best action camera you can buy.

Some key specs are as follow:

  • Weight: 118g
  • Waterproof: 10m
  • 4K video: up to 60fps
  • 1080: up to 240fps
  • 720: up to 240fps
  • Stills resolution: 12MP
  • Battery life: 1-3hrs

Yi 4K+ Action Camera

If you’re moment-catcher, or you want to know exactly where you were, and how quick you are moving when you shoot a video, buy a GoPro Hero7 Black.

But, if you’re keener to save money on features you didn’t even need, the Yi 4K+ Action Camera is one of the simplest and best-designed devices in the market.

Everyone thinking buying an action cam should have a look at the Yi 4K+ Action Camera because it’s almost exactly the same and, in some ways, even better than a GoPro.

Check out the specs given below:

  • Weight: 93g
  • Waterproof: N/A (optional case available)
  • 4K video: up to 60fps
  • 1080: up to 120fps
  • 720: up to 240fps
  • Stills resolution: 12MP
  • Battery life: Up to 2hrs

Sony RX0 II

The Sony RX0 II is a two-in-one camera. You can say part action camera, part stills camera. This small second-generation camera is equipped with a large 1-inch sensor (just like Sony’s premium compacts) that can capture 15.3MP still images, while there’s a top-class Zeiss Tessar T* 24mm f/4 fixed wide-angle lens.

Not only ultra-compact but crushproof and waterproof with it, the RX0 II can shoot 4K footage at 30fps and Full HD footage at 120fps. This second-generation model comes with a Soft Skin Effect mode and advanced Eye AF, while Sony’s also engineered to squeeze in a tilt-able LCD screen (capable of tilting up to 180° and down by 90°).

It’s a little complicated to use and costly, so it doesn’t present itself to the random user, but for those looking for a sturdy camera that can shoot great 4K footage, this device is an ideal choice.

Here are some of its specs:

  •       Weight: 132g
  •       Waterproof: 1m
  •       4K video: up to 30fps
  •       1080: up to 120fps
  •       720: up to 960fps
  •       Stills resolution: 15.3MP
  •       Battery life: Approx. 2hrs

Olfi One.Five Black

There’s not much an Olfi One.Five buyers are left needing, despite the total costing half the price of GoPro’s leading camera.

GPS, voice activation and the ability to connect external sensors, such as Garmin’s various cycling products, are just a few things missing from the package, but for those who just want to capture appealing photos without spending too much, there’s very little to complain about.

Check out the specs of this latest device:

  • Weight: 60g
  • Waterproof: 30m (with case)
  • 4K-video: up to 30fps
  • 1080: up to 120fps
  • 720: up to 240fps
  • Stills resolution: 16MP
  • Battery life: 1.5 hours approx.
Best Action Cameras of 2019

TomTom Bandit

Bullet-shaped cameras might have fallen out of style recently thanks to GoPro and its box-shaped cameras, but the TomTom Bandit oppose the trend. The Bandit packs feature that other companies will need to follow if they’re to keep up with this alien.

With years of GPS experience, TomTom has developed a range of sensors that not only read location but the speed and G-force too, so that when these sensors pick up that something interesting has happened they automatically tag the footage.

Back in the saloon and with the app open and connected, a quick shake of your phone and the app will automatically edit your footage set for upload. It certainly couldn’t be simpler.

Some specs are given below:

  •       Weight: 190g
  •       Waterproof: Splash proof, with lens swap
  •       4K video: up to 15fps
  •       1080: up to 60fps
  •       720: up to 120fps
  •       Stills resolution: 16MP
  •       Battery life: 3hrs

Olympus TG-Tracker

The TG-Tracker‘s contemporary design is hard to refrain from an ultra-wide 204-degree lens. Headline video resolutions include 4K at 30fps, 1080p at 60fps and an awesome 240fps at 720p for slow-motion capture. This is an action camera fit for anything and even features a small LED video light built-in.

Sensors are the great news for the Tracker with GPS, compass, acceleration sensors plus a barometer and thermometer all capturing data from inside the small case. The intel from these can all be displayed when viewing back the footage or in the video edit so you can tell just how fabulous you are. What’s extra, it’s waterproof to 30m; features built-in stabilization and can endure temperatures down to -10C.

Here are some of its specs:

  • Weight: 180g
  • Waterproof: 30m
  • 4K video: up to 30fps
  • 1080: up to 60fps
  • 720: up to 240fps
  • Stills resolution: 7.2MP
  • Battery life: 3hrs
Best Action Cameras of 2019