4k Video Camera Camcorder for YouTube Ultra HD 4K 48MP Vlogging Camera with Microphone & Remote Control WiFi Digital Camera 3.0" IPS Touch Screen IR Night Vision 2 Batteries

Regular price $269.88

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SKU: E-97485

Category: Streaming camera, New Arrivals, Featured Product

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Estimated Delivery : September 29 - October 04

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  • ➤【Ultra HD 4K Camcorder】This video camera max supports 4K (2880*2160) video resolution, 48.0MP image resolution, 16X digital zoom. Comparing with the traditional 1080P video, it is much clearer. Due to the 13M Pixel sensor, it delivers true-to-life HD video and natural colors even in low light conditions.
  • ➤【External Mic & Webcam Function】This camcorder is designed with a hot shoe interface and it comes with a external microphone that can be used to install an external microphone if required. It can effectively improve the clarity of the recording and reduce noise. This video camera can be used as a webcam when you make video calls with family or friends. By connecting the computer with a USB cable, then choose the “PC CAM” mode as a webcam.
  • ➤【Remote Control & HDMI Output】This digital video camera comes with a remote control, within a range of five meters, you can remotely control the camera to take pictures and record videos. you will never miss a group photo again. In addition, you can use HDMI cable to connect it directly to HDTV and play your HD video. It's the ideal microphone camcorder for bloggers and video enthusiasts!
  • ➤【Multifunctional Camcorder】The vlogging camera for youtube has 3.0" IPS touch screen and supports 270° rotating .This camcorders also features anti-shaking, built-in fill light, recording while charging, beauty function,and more. This video cameras is perfect for recording the beautiful moments of your life.
  • ➤【After-Sale Service】Our friendly customer service will do our best to solve your problem within 24 hours. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us. This camcorder come with 2 rechargeable batteries and it can record video while charging, you can record a long enough video as needed without worrying about the battery draining. The video camera supports up to 128GB high speed class 10 SD/HCSD card(The SD card is not included in the package).

Product Attributes:

Attribute NameAttribute Value
Brand NameOIEXI
Item Weight1.56 pounds
Product Dimensions6.8 x 5.6 x 3.7 inches
Country of OriginChina
Item model numberBOYI-Camera01
Batteries2 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)
Color NameFrosted Black
Special FeaturesValues:
  1. Anti-Shake

  2. Time Lapse

  3. Low Light
Date First AvailableJuly 28, 2020
AvailabilityIn Stock
Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on August 08, 2022
I dislike that the remote that came with it does not work. It would have come in handy for our videos. Other than that, so far I am pleased with it
Reviewed on February 22, 2022
I read all of the negative reviews. I won't do that again as it did not give me any of the real information I needed. My son the professional photographer gave me the information I needed, The issue with most of the cameras in this price range is simply light. These are not low light devices. I use this device outside during the day or inside with plenty of light and it is awesome! I don't like the beep when zooming in or our but for me, most of the time I set the zoom before I start recording. I don't use the microphone most of the time so I do not have an opinion one way or the other about it. The price and the quality at this point are perfect and I have little or nothing negative to say about it. My advice is to not think you are getting a bargain. You are getting exactly what you are paying for.
Reviewed on June 16, 2022
Haven't watched the playback yet ,but I will update
Reviewed on September 18, 2022
Maybe this is okay for stable indoor video, but it's definitely not recommended for any sporting events. I recorded my son's football game this weekend, and this is what I'll say. The zoom feature is choppy and slow. There is no built in stabilization so the video was really jumpy even on the tripod. Tripod mount did not fit snug, and there is no way this is 4k. Zoom is also only 18x. Basketball game was even worse as you can imagine. The wifi app for this device is also clunky and requires way too much access to your device.
Reviewed on June 14, 2022
It's a good reliable camera, but alot for the reviews are right. There is no auto focus and the video quality is definitely not 4k. But it still records video and audio. I've used it for one project so far and it was great for that one time but, now I'd rather have a REAL 4k camera.
Reviewed on March 27, 2022
My wife and I are using this to record out podcast in 4K and so far so good. We do use a nice big light in the room and it seems to pick us up pretty well. Check out our YouTube channel, we're the Crime and Coffee Couple on Youtube. Our first two videos were recorded with the iPhone 11, and we moved to this camera starting at the March 7th video through current day as of this review. I don't know if I'm allowed to post links, but you can easily find it. I moved from the iPhone 11 because it was too hard to transfer videos between my iPhone and my PC, this thing makes it a lot easier. It's not the best camera out there, but when you buy the least-expensive 4K product on the market I'd say it's what I expected. Keep your expectations relatively low and you'll be happy.
Reviewed on April 30, 2022
They are 4K but the picture has a sepia wash and still delivers “mom & dad’s home movie” quality
Reviewed on June 03, 2022
The external mic (powered condenser) did produce louder and better quality sound than the internal mic, but I discovered that when it is used, it is mixed with the sound of the internal mic and there is no way switch between them. Most people would not notice this. The way I discovered this was I plugged the line output of a keyboard (using an impedance adapter) directly into the mic input jack. It actually did record the keyboard at a decent level but it sounded funny on playback. Then I did another recording with this same setup but turned the output volume on the keyboard off. The resulting recording was the sound of my fingers hitting the keys on the keyboard by itself. So the funny sound I was hearing was the mix of the keyboard output going into the external microphone input mixed with the sounds captured by the internal mic, which apparently can never be switched off.