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  • Allwinner V5 H.265 4K30 SoC

    Allwinner V5 chip for action cams was announced in June 2017. Allwinner claimed H.265 and 4k30 support.
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    Last edited by nutsey; 12-26-2017, 10:22 AM.
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    Allwinner V5 (AKA V5-DV100) chipset can be coupled with 16MP Panasonic MN34120 or 8MP Sony IMX317 sensor. It supports 6-axis electronic image stabilization.
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    • petesimon
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      The EIS / gyro / anti-shake is the "most important" feature for any modern action camera, especially Allwinner! Hopefully there will be two items in the settings menu: one for "gyro" and one for "EIS" |or| for "anti-shake" just like I see in some other cameras.

    • petesimon
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      oh, by the way, what's an Allwinner V4 chip (if it exists) ?

    • nutsey
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      I don't think so. The reason is Chinese people try to avoid using '4' due to some superstitious beliefs. Something like 13 and 666 in Western cultures.

    • petesimon
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      oh yeah "4" in some East Asian cultures can refer to death or bad luck or something like that. And even some "even" numbers (haha double even) could be bad

  • #3
    ~ $94 USD on Newfrog with IMX317. What are the capabilities and specs of this sensor?

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  • #4
    4K60 action camera based on Allwinner V5 SoC and IMX317 Sony sensor:
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    • petesimon
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      i will never buy or use that junk haha

    • nutsey
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      Yeah me too. But I guess 4k30 with EIS off gotta be not that bad at all.

    • AussieKev
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      Not up to specs - wonder what happened?

    • petesimon
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      Vantop Moment 4 appears to be the same or very similar Allwinner V5 touch screen camera. Review video - https://youtu.be/SOlNPFnNQvU

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    Shenzhen Ausek Technology has announced a 4K60 action camera based on Allwinner V5 chipset. No more information available at the moment.
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      Allwinner V5 V100 SoC docs:

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      Datasheet Download PDF
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      • #7
        Allwinner V5 DV100 SoC Overview
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        • #8
          AS ABOVE - DLIUZ ULTRAHD-V7 4K/60fps Action Sport Camera:
          Camera with this chipset. YUK



          Manufactured by Shenzhen E- Sky Technology Ltd Has potential according to full specs, includes 6 axis EIS (obviously not implemented in this version) and no way 4K60 according to E-Sky (4K30 max) Note: ES-V7 and ES-V8 are 170° 7G+IR but there is a 3rd version 170° 9G+IR (Panasonic 34120) called ES-V9

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