TomTom Bandit Action Camera

May 1, 2015

Category: Tech

Action cameras are all the rage right now, thanks to the meteoric rise in popularity of GoPro cameras. Now, more companies are entering into the action cam marketplace, including Sony, Ion and Garmin. Now, another entrant has emerged in the action cam race as TomTom has introduced the Bandit action camera, which records at 1080p60 or 720p120 fps with no cables to worry about.

The Bandit action camera allows for easy editing of the captured footage through the companion smartphone app, which can also be used for instant playback of footage users have just recorded moments ago. The battery stick has an integrated 1900mAh battery and microSD card slot to allow for 3 hours of recording. The GPS-enabled action cam also provides useful stats such as speed, location and altitude that can be displayed in recorded videos. Of course, it wouldn’t be an action cam if you couldn’t boast about what you’re recording on your social networks, so the Bandit Action Camera connects easily to your Facebook for easy sharing with family and friends. The TomTom Bandit action camera is currently available for roughly $460. [Purchase]

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