Verdict - Lovely crisp videos and great stills, this all-in-one package seriously rivals the Go Pro – 9/10 £250, What the makers say - Fully waterproof and with a long-lasting battery, this sleek camera can record HD footage for a full three hours while capturing your speed, heart rate and altitude.What we say - On first glance, we thought this device was cumbersome with its awkward mounts.
Verdict - Steadyshot helps fulfil the neat little camera’s potential with great video and sound quality – 9/10 What the makers say - An incredibly compact and lightweight device that can shoot in slow motion and survive in conditions of -10°C – great for Arctic Circle rides.
Verdict - Good value and crazy small although, ultimately, the image quality lags behind the big boys – 7/10 £180, What the makers say - The pocket-sized K-Series is the smallest high-definition MUVI yet, meaning hands-free video capture is easier than ever before. What we say - Reminiscent of the full-size Go Pro with full HD recording, the Muvi is a real alternative to the one that started it all.
With a detachable video screen in the back, setting up shots and reviewing footage is a doddle.
It’s great for speeding up the editing process and will give you lots of ideas for creating exciting montages.
Verdict - Smart device and even cooler technology, though the weight and mounting system let it down – 7/10 £300, What the makers say - Our smallest, lightest, most convenient camera yet, featuring a rugged and waterproof design, easy one-button control, revolutionary battery efficiency, 1080p60 video and 8MP photos.And without hard evidence, that cyclist’s word has often proved worthless.