Here’s something you’d love to see if you’re scouting for an affordable action camera. We tested Kitvision Splash last month and produced a quick video to show you how the camera fares in different lighting conditions. But first, let me show you our unboxing video below and our quick review:
As you saw in the video above, Kitvision Splash contains all the necessary components and accessories you may need in documenting your travel and adventures.
I must say that the Kitvision Splash is a great affordable alternative to GoPro Hero. I also find Kitvision Splash’s video output much better than CD-R King’s Action Camera (Check out our review here). Kitvision Splash, however, isn’t flawless as I’ve got several issues with it like connectivity options and controls.
Splash lacks Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity so I can control it remotely using my smartphone or tablet. It’s lack of controls to switch functions very easily especially when the camera is inside its waterproof case. I found myself taking the camera out of the case just to switch from photo to video, which I find inconvenient.
It took me quite a long time understanding software navigation. Things got a lot better though after 2 days of use.
It’s 1.77-inch screen is just about right to see a preview of photos and videos I took. Battery life is pretty solid too as I was able to take a total 14 to 20 minutes of video footage from a single charge.
Transferring of content from the camera to my computer was also a breeze as it was recognized as a storage media when I put it on mass strage mode.
Now, it’s time for you to see the sample video entirely shot using the Kitvision Splash.