Veho VCC-003-MUVI-BLK MUVI Micro digital action cam for Action Sports, Surveillance and Motorcycling / cycling (Includes 4GB Memory)
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- Includes 4GB (up to 8GB compatible) Micro SD card to record up to 3 hours footage
- AVI format using motion JPEG, mini USB 1.1/2.0
- 2 Mega pixels, 2GB microSD (up to max 8GB)
- Resolution 640x480
- NOTE:Kindly review the videos under the image section and user manual under product details for set up and user guidance.
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|Item Dimensions||2.17 x 0.98 x 0.98 inches|
|Item Weight||0.45 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.45 pounds|
|Video Capture Resolution||480p|
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Muvi is an ultra portable camcorder. At 2.17" long the Muvi Micro Digital Camcorder is one of the smallest high resolution DV camcorders in the world. With a 2 Mega Pixel recording image, quality is not compromised.
From the Manufacturer
Perfect for extreme sports
The Muvi unique micro design enables digital video recording in situations where it may not be possible to use standard camcorders. Coupled with the extreme sports mounting kit the muvi will allow the user to capture high quality digital video and sound footage hands free. With its robust thumb sized alloy metal casing you needn't worry about your Veho Muvi. It features a 2 Megapixel lens and records in AVI format.It’s the smallest in the world of its kind
The Veho Muvi comes with a 2GB Micro SD Card, that's enough for 2 hours footage, and with a built in rechargeable battery life of 2-3 hours, you'll never miss a thing. Easily connects to your computer via Micro USB, so you can upload your videos in seconds. It also charges through any USB giving complete portability.Great quality
The Veho Muvi Micro DV Camcorder is perfect for anyone who wants to capture great quality images whilst on the move. The Muvi DV Cam captures video with a 2 mega pixel image quality, which are then stored in AVI format on the Micro SD Memory card. Powered by the included internal li-ion rechargeable battery the Veho Muvi Digital Video Camera will keep going for up to 3 hours from a full charge, and can be connected to your PC via the included USB cable to both transfer videos and re-charge the battery, or for use as a webcam.Attaches easily
The Veho VCC-003 DV Camcorder is ideal for those out and about as the included clip allows it to be attached to various items, whilst it also features voice activated start/stop recording function so it can be used completely hands free when you need them for other things. Accessories available include an extreme sports pack for mounting the camera on items such as helmets for when your mountain biking, skateboarding, skiing etc., your then able to capture the action has it happens.
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Pros: VERY compact
Easy to use
Nice image quality
Variety of available accessories
Cons: Sound quality
Inability to turn audio recording on/off
I bought this device to use as an inexpensive dash cam in my vehicle. For that purpose it works quite well. The picture quality is definitely clear enough and I am able to read details when reviewing the footage. I also clipped this to my jacket one day when I went for a walk and the quality in varying lighting conditions did not deteriorate. Lower light is fine, however, this is not something that works well at night.
The audio is fine indoors or when walking in a quiet area outside - not great, but OK. However, when recording in a vehicle, the sound is just the din of road noise/wind. This actually works out fine for me because I didn't really want audio recording anyway. My state has extremely strong privacy laws and is an all-party consent state. So if you record a private conversation without the permission of all participants, that is a gross-misdemeanor.
The clip works well and has never fallen off while driving. However, a ball-joint style clip would be much more useful. It is easy to create your own mounting device though and there are other options available. The extreme sports pack offers several mounting options.
Overall, for a non-HD, ultra-compact video camera - I think this one is a great buy for under $60.00!
* Instructions in the manual are brief, but adequate. Setup and use of the camcorder is quick and easy.
* The camera is very small (2.16 in X1.1 in X .8") and light (1.76 oz). I use mine on bike helmet without knowing it's there.
* Solidly built out of metal.
* Very good picture quality for its size (640X480 VGA or 2 mega pixels). Videos look good even when shown on my video projector. Records at up to 30 fps so videos are not jerky.
* Excellent focus, exposure and color controls - readily adjust to most light conditions (1 lux min). I can use mine 15-20 minutes before sunrise or shortly after sunset and get very good videos.
* Good battery life - about 2 - 3 hours. Can be recharged using a USB port. If you want to recharge in the field, you either need a laptop with USB port or a battery to USB charger. Don't forget your cable that comes with the camcorder.
* Videos can be activated by sound of 65 decibels or greater - shuts off automatically after no sound for 2 minutes. This can be useful to start/stop camcorder when on switch is hard to reach, but only if you are doing an activity that is making enough noise such as biking off-road.
* The built-in microphone picks up voices very well. Picks up my voice even when the camera is on top of bike helmet and other noises are in background. This allows voice annotation of video being recorded if desired.
* There is a fluttering noise in background during recording when there are not any background noises. However, this is not noticeable when other noises are being picked up.
* The microphone picks up lots of wind noise if you are moving faster than walking while recording. You might try taping a small strip of cloth over the microphone holes to see if it will help with this problem.
* It's interesting that all my videos so far indicate that they were modified Dec 31, 2000 12:00 am. However, the times and date of the video creation have been correct.
* The instruction manual indicated that a CD was included with the kit for loading the proper driver for interfacing the camcorder with my PC, but one was not included. Fortunately, Windows Vista OS loaded the proper driver and everything worked fine when I plugged the camcorder into a USB port on my PC. However, the manual does give the URL for the Veho web site if you need to download a driver.
* The camcorder comes with a holder with a clothespin type clip, but I highly recommend purchasing the Extreme Sports Pack if you want to securely attach your camera to a helmet or other equipment. The kit comes with plenty of straps and clips that make it possible to securely attach the camcorder to almost anything.
* Recording at 2 Mega Pixels will use up a lot of memory. The instruction manual indicates that 45 minutes of recording requires 1 Gb of storage, but I found that it requires closer to 1 Gb for every 30 minutes. I highly recommend getting a 8 Gb Micro SD Card (max size allowed). The battery will last up to 3 hours which means that you will need up to 6 Gb of storage to use it that long recording continuously.
* During long recording sessions, files are automatically saved as 30 minute recordings. These separate recordings are easy to seam together with simple video editing programs without any noticeable gaps.
Pros: it's pretty small and people don't seem to notice it even when it is right in there face. it switches lighting really quickly and captures everything in it's view.
Cons: The microphone is horrible. they say on the web site it is just sensitive but that's just corporate lingo for "we gave you a junky mic"
I found if you muffle the mic with cotton you can block out some of the problems with it. It has a usb 1.0, so it downloads to your computer slow and unfortunately that is the only way to watch videos without problems. Also it has vibration issues, I had a lot of problems attaching this to stuff at first but I am getting better at it.
I might get the camera mount at some point to see if that helps with the vibration coming from my bike. I clipped this to my helmet and i got a way better video. just do testing before you want to capture anything serious and you will probably be okay.
I was also able to use this for a streaming camera on my computer, my background lighting was horrible but the camera seemed to function well. For the price this is a great find!