Kenro has officially introduced the Braun SixZero action camera for users who want to live their life to the fullest and to capture their adventures regardless of environment and weather conditions.
The action camera business is currently among the few digital imaging sub-segments which are growing. Although GoPro is grabbing the most attention, there are plenty of other companies making such devices.
One of them is Braun which has signed another agreement with Kenro. The latter will market and distribute the former’s new action shooter called SixZero.
Braun SixZero action camera officially announced by Kenro
Adventurous souls will be pleased to hear that they have another camera option at their disposal. The new Braun SixZero promises to be a sturdy camera that can withstand harsh conditions without a fuss.
The company says that the SixZero has been created for people who practice extreme outdoor sports. Scuba divers will love this device, as its underwater housing will allow users to dive down to 30 meters.
Moreover, people who enjoy “faster sports”, such as mountain biking, will appreciate the wind protection on the external microphone. This way, the audio quality remains top notch and you will not hear any distortions caused by heavy winds so you can replay your adventures knowing that video will sound great.
Full HD video recording and great battery life are parts of Braun’s new action cam
The Braun SixZero action camera features a 3-megapixel image sensor capable of recording videos at 1920 x 1080 resolution and 60fps frame rate. The device also employs a 1.5-inch LCD screen and a 1,050mAh battery which lasts up to 2.5 hours of full HD movie capturing.
Photos can be captured with this device, too, with a shutter speed range between 1/2000 and 1/15th of a second. Files are stored on a microSD card of up to 64GB, which is not included in the package.
SixZero’s lens offers an angle-of-view of 170 degrees, which should be suitable for most shooting scenarios.
Availability details of the Braun SixZero
Kenro is already selling the Braun SixZero. Customers will have to pay £199.99 for kit, which includes a range of accessories, such as waterproof housing, bike / car / helmet mount, and remote control.
In the package, users will also find USB and HDMI cables, allowing them to transfer files to a computer and view the footage on an HDTV, respectively.
The SixZero is a compact device measuring 89.4 x 42.2 x 22.4mm and weighing merely 95 grams. As stated above, it is already available for purchase at Kenro’s partners in the UK. No word on US availabbility for the time being.