"Get stable handheld video with the Yuneec Action Cam"
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CNET First Look
Get stable handheld video with the Yuneec Action Cam
It's time to take your selfies to the next level.
I'm talking to you right now through the unique Action Cam.
Now, this is a handheld, three-axis stabilization system with a gimbal.
And it's also a 4K camera, the same 4K camera that's found on the unique Now as you can see, there's a handheld stabilization system and it connects through wi-fi to a smart phone, and you can do all of the filming through your smart phone app.
Either on iOS and Android.
There is also a dial which you can use to control the pitch and a mode button, so the camera can follow you or it can stay reasonably static.
The entire unit actually is kind of similar to what comes in the box with the Yuneec Typhoon.
However, this particular action cam system has a battery that lasts around two and a half hours.
So its a little bit longer.
But if you want to find out more about the unique action cam you can check out our full preview on CNET.
This is gonna run around 599.00.
I'm Lexy Sevvides for CNET, i'll see you on the selfie side.
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