Camera market action is booming. More and more people are interested in a small, customizable and featherweight recording device that can fit your pocket, always above the semi-professional and novice fun demons.
However, with technology, markets, products and customer needs progress, it seems less and less the brand focused on offering a price below $ 50 for good camera. That is why the budget is very tight for people who seem to be less and less cameras to choose from. These days, everyone generates moderate things. Even the Chinese brands.
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H9 Full HD 4K Camera: Main Features
- 4K(3840*2160) 10fps and 1080P 60fps dynamic shooting, making the moving image more smooth and wonderful.
- 2.0″ HD LCD screen to show what you are capturing clearly.
- 12 Megapixel full HD with 170°ultra wide-angle lens, bring you a fantastic wide-angle experience.
- Support Wifi remote control.
- 30 meters waterproof depth with case, perfect for all kinds of underwater adventures.
- Support HDMI out.
- Support “Burst Photo”/ Time Lapse/ Continuous Shooting/ Single Shot.
- Detachable 1050mAh battery to ensure a long service time.
EKEN H9 Full HD 4K Camera can shoot videos
- 4K (3840 x 2160) – 10 fps (bit rate 49445kbps)
- 2.7 K (2701 x 1524) – 15 fps (bit rate 49401 kbps)
- 1080p (1920 x 1080) – 60 fps (bit rate 23914 kbps)
- 1080p (1920 x 1080) -30 fps (bit rate 12756kbps)
- 720p (1280 x 720) – 120 fps (bit rate 27521 kbps)
- 720p (1280 x 720) – 60 fps (bit rate 15562 kbps)
If you do not know what a resolution is, its basically the amount of pixels horizontally and vertically aligned that form an image. In theory the higher resolution the better the video clarity. However for some resolutions it also depends on what kind of equipment are you watching the output.
For example if you are watching 4K video from a high-end couple of thousands camera on a 1080p TV or monitor, guess what? There will be little or no difference at all..
Besides resolution, FPS – frames per seconds are also important. With photo you get a still image, but video captures a motion. In layman’s words FPS is the amount of photos that camera captures in a single second of a video. Most commonly used frame rates are 24, 30 and 60. 30 fps means that in a single second, camera records 30 still images which form 1 second of your video.
Resolutions you will probably use the are 1920 x 1080 (FULL HD) at 60 or 30 fps. If you intend to use slow motion in your video, shoot at 60 fps, as more frame rates give impression of more realistic and faster movement. 60 frames per second can be slowed down in post production and still look smooth, so if you know how to use video editing software, 60 FPS is a way to go.