Replay XD has recently introduced Prime X, an action camera with a cylinder-like design which is capable of recording full HD videos and which has been recently released on the market.
The action camera industry is getting bigger and bigger, so Replay XD has launched the company’s fourth-generation HD camera. The latest model is called Prime X and thrill-seekers can record full HD videos while swimming at depths down to 10 feet.
First revealed at the NAB Show 2014 in April, the Replay XD has recently become available for purchase. Its affordable price tag coupled with an interesting specs list deserves a special mention, so take a look at what the new Prime X offers!
Replay XD introduces fourth-generation action camera: Prime X
Replay XD Prime X is a compact and lightweight action camera which can withstand the pressure of 10 foot depths. Moreover, its waterproof prowess can be expanded courtesy of a special case that is resistant to 200 foot depths.
The camera captures full HD videos at up to 60fps, as well as 720p videos at up to 120fps. This is all possible thanks to a 16-megapixel 1/2.3-inch-type sensor and a Hyperion CinePrime X T2.8 (f/2.7) lens offering a field-of-view of 140 degrees.
Optical quality is increased by special CineAR anti-reflection coating that corrects chromatic aberration and distortions, says the manufacturer.
This shooter can also be used for time-lapse photography. A special feature is available for the users, allowing them to create beautiful time-lapses with 4K photos. As usual, the creative possibilities are only limited by one’s imagination, but the Prime X does provide a long list of tools for the users.
Replay XD Prime X comes with WiFi and a large battery
The new action camera may be longer by 1mm than its predecessor. However, now there is enough room for a bigger battery. The manufacturer has confirmed that the Prime X can run for about three and a half hours on a single charge.
Another important feature is the built-in WiFi. Android and iOS users can download a free application allowing them to take control over the shooter with a smartphone or tablet. Users can also control the exposure settings and to start / stop recording videos, while the Live View mode supports the rule of thirds grid.
The storage is provided by a microSD card of up to 128GB, so videographers have enough room to store their adventures before transferring them to another device.
Replay XD Prime X action camera is now available at Amazon for a price of $299. Let us know what do you think about this product in the comments section below!