IronX HD

If you want a full action cam package on a budget of around $200, the IronX HD from DXG is worth checking out. The camera can record at resolutions up to 1080p at 30fps, shoots 5-megapixel photos, and comes with a durable waterproof housing as well as several other accessories. Read editors' take
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Left side

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Back

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Right side

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Top

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OLED display

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Mic input and Micro-USB port

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Mini-HDMI and microSDHC card slot

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Removable battery

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In the box

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Wireless RF remote

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T-tip mount

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Waterproof to 60 meters

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