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  • Android 5.1 Lollipop powered action camera - Cherry Explorer 2.

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    Cherry Mobile Explorer 2 link

    Technical specifications:

    SoC: 1.3GHz quad-core Mediatek MT6580
    Memory: 1Gb RAM + 8Gb internal storage
    OS: Android 5.1 Lollipop
    Sensor: 12Mp
    Lens: 170°
    Focus type: Fixed focus
    Display: 2.4” 1280x720 touch screen TFT LCD
    Video format: MPEG4
    Video resolution: 720/1080 30fps
    Additional features: Android APK (Google Play) support, HDR, Panorama
    Wireless functions: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS
    Storage: microSD card, up to 64Gb
    Inputs/outputs: micro USB (with OTG)
    Battery: 3.7v 1050 mAh Li-Ion (up to 3hrs FullHD recording time)
    Weight: 164 g

  • #2

    Estep T1 action camera powered by Android OS available on Amazon for $99.

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  • #3
    Estep T1 EIS quick test:


    At first glance:
    - The bundle is nearly perfect.
    - The LCD is very good
    - T1 boots 30 seconds, but then it can stay in standby mode for hours (days probably) with instant-on ability.
    - It lowers framerate from 30 to 25 in low light.
    - I believe that Android 5.1 can be upgraded to 6 or 7.1 as T1 is based on very popular Mediatek chipset.
    - I also think that build.prop and camera libs can be changed/patched for better image quality.

    UPD#1:
    - The battery capacity is very impressive ~1100 mAh.
    - 3rd party cam apps (f.e. Open Camera, CameraMX, Camera FV-5 etc) can be used to add many useful functions like Panorama shooting or HDR.
    Last edited by nutsey; 02-10-2018, 03:48 PM.

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    • nutsey
      nutsey commented
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      The most ever underestimated device at the moment.

  • #4
    T1 with Contrast set to Low compared with GoPro HERO 2014:

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    • #5
      This camera uses Omnivision OV4688 sensor which is very similar to OV4689, but has modified pixel microlens pattern to match ~35 degree CRA (chief ray angle) making it possible to use more compact optical lenses.

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