This camera checks most boxes for what I consider important in a modern budget action cam. It’s got an easy to use interface, great audio quality and is waterproof without an external case. Unfortunately it is not real 4K despite being highly advertised as being real 4K capable. However when that “4K” footage is rendered down to 1080p it is totally passable and if 1080p is the final goal for video delivery, the camera will suffice.
he Akaso V50x is a real 4K action cam with stabilisation at 4K and costs under $100. The $100 price point is kind of a tough one because it is generally where manufactureres start to make sacrifices in order to meet the cheap price, so let’s talk about what the V50X does right, and whether or not it’s a good camera: spolier alert, it is pretty good, but there are a few things about it that might make be a deal breaker for you. I would honestly recommend going for the V50 pro if you can swing the extra $20.