Mokacam 4K Camera

Jan 20, 2016

Category: Tech

The action cam market skyrocketed in 2015, and already in 2016, we’ve seen a slew of new cameras hit the market. The latest to try to hit the market is the Mokacam, which claims to be the world’s smallest 4K camera.

This cam features a 16MP sensor that captures 4K footage through a 152 degree field of view lens. It comes with WiFi connectivity for easy and quick sharing. It comes with a built in magnet on its back, so you can stick it to any metal surface. It has a unique rotating screen accessory, as well as a cool snap-on battery that adds up to 4 hours of life. What’s more, you can use it as a security camera, as it has a motion detector mode that will last for up to 8 hours. It’s currently being funded on IndieGogo, and it’s expected to have an MSRP of $169. [Purchase]

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