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Monoprice "MHD Sport 2.0 Wi-Fi Action Camera"

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MHD Sport 20 Wi-F Action Camera

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Monoprice
MSRP ($):
179.99

Monoprice "MHD Sport 2.0 Wi-Fi Action Camera" with Live View RF Wrist Remote is a great compact, waterproof action camera for kayak fisherman at a fantastic price. Purchase the double capacity batteries and you get over 4 hours of continues video. Control up to 6 cameras with the Live View wrist remote.

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Monoprice MHD Sport 2.0 Wi-Fi® Action Camera + Live View RF Wrist Remote

I started using the Monoprice MHD Sport Wi-Fi Action Camera over a year ago. They now have the Monoprice MHD Sport 2.0 Wi-Fi® Action Camera + Live View RF Wrist Remote.

With the 2.0 it now captures full HD 1080p video images at 60 fps, 720p at 120 fps, and WVGA at 240 fps and takes up to 16 megapixels resolution.

You can save money by purchasing extra cameras separately, without the Live View RF Wrist Remote and control them with one wrist remote.

You can purchase the double capacity batteries for around $20 (cheaper when they are on sale), which will give you over 4 hours of continues video.

I find I get amazing video quality at 1/3 the cost of the big name brand sports camera. I now have four Monoprice MHD Sport Wi-Fi Action Cameras; two originals and two 2.0's.

They do have sales on occasion, so keep an eye on their website.

My only complaint is; it only excepts up to 32gb memory cards. It's not a big issue, because I can usually get 8 hours of 1080p video on a 32gb card, but I would like to use 64gb or larger cards.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Large Lakes
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Price, video quality, over 4 hours of continues video with the double capacity batteries.
Cons:
only excepts up to 32gb memory cards
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