The Revl Arc uses a motor and a team of sensors to make sure your video stays level while you shoot, and automatically edit clips when you're done.
The R1 Pro's video looks good, but the lack of telemetry information about speed and location limit this dashcam's output for litigation, and US insurance rules more generally lessen the need for this type of evidence.
Nikon's surprise CES announcement of a 4K-resolution 360-degree camera is on its way, joined by surprise announcements of the KeyMission 170 and 80 action cams.
Just drop Activeon's Solar X camera into its case, flip up the solar panels and you'll get up to 4 hours of additional battery life.
With a new sensor, lens and an updated microphone, it should be a different beast.
The newest Action Cam seems to be all about slight changes and upgrades to past models to alleviate some user frustrations.
Releasing five new models for early 2016, they're mostly tweaks on the models introduced at last year's show.
In addition to updating its prosumer G series, the company gently refreshes its consumer R series.
The Polaroid Cube+ keeps all the good stuff from the original Cube -- namely its design, simple operation and reasonable price -- but the added wireless definitely makes it a better camera worthy of the extra cost.
The TomTom Bandit ably addresses several pain points with other action cams thanks to its quick mobile editing, versatile mounting system and removable battery.
DJI's already mastered capturing smooth video from the sky. Here's how it's solving it on the ground.
The HX-A1's size and price offer a decent option for buyers, but there are better choices.
A low-profile, weather-resistant full-HD action camera, the Drift Stealth 2 isn't without compromises, but makes up for them in size and usability.
GoPro sheds its housing for the Hero4 Session, an excellent POV camera that's ready to capture what the day brings -- in or out of the water -- at the press of a button.
Complementing Google's Cardboard VR headset and YouTube's support for 360-degree VR video, filmmakers will have a camera array rig for virtual-reality video creation.
If you're in the market for no-frills, cheap-and-easy point-and-shoot action cam, the Monoprice MHD 2.0 gets the job done.
You'll have to overlook quirks in design and performance, but the VSN Mobil V.360 360-degree action cam offers up some serious wow factor now and potentially even more in the future.
The latecomer's first foray into prosumer 4K video looks like Frankenstein's megazoom, but it's got a relatively large 1-inch sensor and a clever new design.