I'm writing this in case anybody else is thinking about buying a GoPro HERO 3 Black Edition and wants to research known issues first. It seems that many people, including myself, have experienced issues with the wireless feature and connecting to the companion app for the iPhone or Android smartphones.
The GoPro HERO 3 Black is a premium model of the popular GoPro series of rugged HD cameras. I've seen a lot of videos pieced together from these cameras and they real allow you to capture the action. Most of the people I know have been using older models. When it was time for me to purchase one, I jumped in at the top. Owning the HERO 3 Black has not been the most enjoyable experience.
I have already invested in a few other network pan/tilt cameras (FI8918W), but this time I was looking for something with slightly better range at night. The Loftek CXS 2200 advertised a range of 15 meters. How did it fair in actual use?
It was fall of 2006 when we purchased the Casio Exilim EX-Z600. We purchased it at a Circuit City. Remember those? This was our first point-and-shoot camera and we even picked up the two year accidental protection warranty. Didn't need it.
When looking for a good point-and-shoot camera, you have your work cut out for you. There are a seemingly endless selection of pro-sumer grade digital cameras to choose from. We recently purchased the EX-ZS10 as a replacement for the previous Casio camera we had. How does it fair? Read on!
WiFi cameras are pretty affordable these days. With a wide variety of vendors, manufacturers, and technology options available, I decided to make my most recent purchase on Amazon. How did the FI8918W fair? Well, it had me asking why I bought it.
I read about similar mobile phone Wide/Macro camera lenses on a few different tech blogs and even checked out some of the image comparison galleries. Priced at around $10, this was an impulse buy I had to make so that I could see the results myself.