Hi Speed Sports Action Camera – HD 1080P Mini Camcorder w/ 12 MP Cam, 2.4″ Touch Screen USB SD Card HDMI, Battery – Waterproof Case, USB Cable, Wireless Remote Control, Mount – Pyle PSCHD60OR (Orange) – Reviews & Compare Deals

Hi Speed Sports Action Camera – HD 1080P Mini Camcorder w/ 12 MP Cam, 2.4″ Touch Screen USB SD Card HDMI, Battery – Waterproof Case, USB Cable, Wireless Remote Control, Mount – Pyle PSCHD60OR (Orange) – Reviews & Compare Deals
Deal Score0
Deal Score0
$81.49
6 new from $81.49
in stock
Amazon Amazon.com
Last update was on: February 11, 2019 2:17 pm

Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; FULL HD 1080P: Record full HD 1080p video with this mini camcorder system. Choose between 1080p, 720p, VGA video capture modes with resolutions of up to 1920 x 1280 pixels and you can also select the video capture frame rate between 120, 60, 30 FPS; 4 IMAGE CAPTURE MODES: This orange sports action camera features 4 X digital zoom and 12, 10, 8 and 5 MP selectable capture modes with picture resolutions of up to 4000 x 3000 pixels so you can capture every detail of your wonderful outdoor adventure; TOUCH SCREEN: Equipped with a 2.4" touch screen for video replay and settings configuration. This video recorder also has a built-in rechargeable battery, micro SD card, HDMI, and high speed USB 2.0 interface for easy uploading / sharing via PC; IPX8 WATERPROOF CASE: Securely fasten the camera in the included solid IPX8 waterproof and shock proof case so you can dive underwater capturing the amazing scenery under the sea. This camera is...
Compare
Compare
Hi Speed Sports Action Camera - HD 1080P Mini Camcorder w/ 12 MP Cam, 2.4" Touch Screen USB SD Card HDMI, Battery - Waterproof Case, USB Cable, Wireless Remote Control, Mount - Pyle PSCHD60OR (Orange)

Hi Speed Sports Action Camera - HD 1080P Mini Camcorder w/ 12 MP Cam, 2.4" Touch Screen USB SD Card HDMI, Battery -...

User Rating
Price
$81.49 6 new from $81.49 as of February 11, 2019 2:17 pm
Shop Now
Buy Now amazon.com
Features
  • FULL HD 1080P: Record full HD 1080p video with this mini camcorder system. Choose between 1080p,...
  • 4 IMAGE CAPTURE MODES: This orange sports action camera features 4 X digital zoom and 12, 10, 8...
  • TOUCH SCREEN: Equipped with a 2.4" touch screen for video replay and settings configuration. This...
  • IPX8 WATERPROOF CASE: Securely fasten the camera in the included solid IPX8 waterproof and shock...
Binding
Electronics
Brand
Pyle
Color
Orange
Label
Sound Around
Legal Disclaimer
12.0 megapixel camera 2.4" touchscreen for video playback & settings 1080p/720p & VGA video recording 30/60/120 video capture rates 4x digital zoom Compatible with microSDTM Cards up to 32GB Mini HDMI® port Wirelessly snaps pictures & records video Invertible digital screen display More than 2 hours battery life Connects to PC via USB Compatible with Windows® & Mac® 1,500mAh lithium battery CMOS sensor 10-sec picture timer delay function IPX8 waterproof case rating for depths up to 3m Includes remote, USB cable, splashproof case, & mounting clips Orange
Media Type
N/A
Package Quantity
1
Product Group
Photography
Publisher
Sound Around
Release Date
2018-11-08
Size
compact
Studio
Sound Around
Warranty
1 Year Limited
User Reviews
Barcodes
  • EAN: 0068888750981
  • MPN: PSCHD60OR
  • UPC: 068888750981
  • Model: PSCHD60OR
  • Part Number: PSCHD60OR
Shop Now
Images


Price Tracker

Hi Speed Sports Action Camera - HD 1080P Mini Camcorder w/ 12 MP Cam, 2.4" Touch Screen USB SD Card HDMI, Battery - Waterproof Case, USB Cable, Wireless Remote Control, Mount - Pyle PSCHD60OR (Orange), Sound Around

Price: $81.49 as of February 11, 2019 2:17 pm  
Buy Now
Amazon.com
Wait For A Price Drop

Price History

Statistics

Current Price $81.49 February 11, 2019
Highest Price $81.49 February 11, 2019
Lowest Price $81.49 February 11, 2019
Since February 11, 2019

Last price changes

$81.49 February 11, 2019
5 Comments
  1. I purchased this camera for a class science fair project to accompany the GoPro Hero3 that I had also purchased. I’m a teacher and we mounted this camera to an apparatus that went into the upper atmosphere. The Pyle camera costs less than the GoPro, and I am pleased to say it performed just as well if not better than the GoPro. The camera came with the remote and the LCD screen is a nice feature to have. It lasted longer during the flight time recording than the GoPro (a little over 2 hours of continuous filming at an altitude over 60,000 feet) and the quality of the video was fantastic. If you are looking for a cheaper alternative to the GoPro you will be pleased with the Pyle camera. Very easy to use and operate.

  2. Camera is a great little camera that I mainly bought to play around with and shoot some action video (not really picture taking).I chose this camera over a gopro for the simple reason that it was less expensive, yet still provided functions that I needed like motorcycle mount, strap mount (for custom made chest mount for sports), and dash cam. all these were metPros i didnt see in other reviews:120fps allows for some excellent slow mo shooting which is hard to find on less expensive action cams. this cam has it, shoots pretty well, but you need a lot of light (indoors wasnt great, but outdoors worked well). Indoors the shutter speed must not allow enough light in, resulting in dark resultswaterproof case comes with it.. I haven’t used it underwater yet so I cant account for the quality of shots. one thing to note, I threw the case on the camera to protect it from bugs when I took the bike out for a spin and there was moisture in the case. 30minutes into the ride and the lens of the case fogged over. id suggest you make sure you dont let moisture in there/ wipe the case down with IPA or something equivalentCons:When the camera shakes on the bike, usually around 35 40 mph, the camera does some funny video wavy video effects. i havent noticed that when mounted to my body/car, but should be notedmounts that screw in only seem to screw in partially.. i mean the screw does not engage past a little over 1 turn. typical screws should turn in more than twice to fully secure whatever they are attached tothe camera comes with an rf controller (like a tv remote). the receiver is next to the lens in the upper left corner (see the pictures included on the amazon page). the tough part is that you need to be facing the camera from the front to activate the camera/video. depending on the setting (it starts on video mode) you cant use the other mode (so if you are set to video, you cannot shoot a picture). Also, the case covers most of the rf receiver, making it all the harder to use the remotethe playback frequently freezes the camera if you have shot with the 120fps. id suggest not using it and instead upload it to your computer (works fine with vlc and even media player).Also if the camera freezes, you have to use a pin to press the reset button… holding down the power button doesnt work making this quite a task if you dont have pinLastly, the camera does not have that heavy-quality feel, but the quality of the videos and pictures makes up for thatAlex

  3. It’s trash. I wasted my money. This thing can be charged for hours and will die in seconds after being unplugged.If you push the SD card that IS NOT INCLUDED in too far, it will cause the camera to black screen until it either runs out of battery, or is removed.If the SD card isn’t pushed in enough, it will not read in data properly.The SD card does not lock into place and seemingly gets pushed out, I literally had to tape it shut. It worked for about 30 seconds. Then when I put it into the waterproof case in order to actually RECORD something, the camera black screened, because the case pushed it in too far, then quickly died from loss of battery. This all took place in the span of 4 minutes.Very cheaply made, and 1080p does not look like 1080p, it looks like 480p. This is coming from someone with a lot of experience with video editing and done professional editing before, with a year of youtube experience.

  4. I purchased this item because I have two very similar cameras that were rebadged under a different brand (Gear Pro), but pretty much the exact same camera. They had pretty decent quality, especially for the price, so I picked this up because it had the extra “high-speed” option. The product description neglected to mention the “high-speed” option was VGA resolution, so the equivalent of video taken by a solar-powered calculator. This was unfortunate, but not a deal breaker.The true deal breaker was the fact that the battery refuses to hold a charge. I’ve tried charging it with multiple different chargers and USB cables and out of different outlets, and with varying times (from 30 seconds to 2 hours), all to no avail. I can only operate the camera while it is actively plugged in, which means at most I can use it as a dash cam, not as a free-standing unit. Even with dash-cam duty, it’d often take upwards of a half hour to turn on, and 50% of the time it would glitch out on the loading screen. The only way to fix it was to let the battery drain out (which fortunately doesn’t take too long).Because of how cheap it was to purchase, it wasn’t worth going through the effort of fighting with support to get a replacement unit/battery. My experience with this camera is not a good one, and I wouldn’t recommend it.

  5.  I love that I get a great camera for $30. I have two of these that I have mounted in my car (front and rear). This blue one, for some reason, has really bad audio. Not sure if theres a loose wire in the mic or what. And being in my car, early morning and late night recordings are almost nonexistant. takes great quality photos and I love that it comes with almost all the mounts you could want. Just need to find an thread to “GoPro” style and I’d be golden. Now it’s not recording in Uber-High-Def, but the videos are decent quality. It takes great photos, but I feel like most smartphones can do about the same quality or better. Sure they’re not submersible like this is (in its case), and they cost more. but for the $30 price tag. I would buy two or three more of these. You can stick them anywhere. about as big as a GoPro HeroSession.

Leave a Reply