A peek into the world’s smallest 4k camera- MOKACAM

A peek into the world’s smallest 4k camera- MOKACAM


Dec 22, 2015
With camera’s already bringing in every single detail onto their images there was always a feel that there are enough action cameras in market already. However Raymond Wang and his award winning team are not ready to hear it as they are creating Mokacam, an modular action cam that they claim will be ‘the world’s smallest 4K camera. Also it is not just another personal camera like HTC RE. mokacam The Mokacam is WiFi connected and it features a 16 megapixel sensor which is apable of recording 4k footages. The camera is very small and lacks a display however the beattery backup is simply great. So now with Mokacam we can just capture the moment at any second without having to worry about the gear or the settings. It also has a distortion free mode, which automatically corrects the captured image using its wide angle lens. It also has an additional feature to capture images when a movement is detected. Even if not a film expert, this mode will automatically detect movement and capture the best action shots. Also if you leave the video camera in one place and set to Motion Detector mode, it will last for 8 hours without a power supply. Weighing just 96 grams, the camera is no heavier than a third of a pound. It’s a perfect square cube that is 1.77 inches wide and 1.77 inches tall. Also at $200 it is far more cheaper than other 4k cameras. Mokacam7-670x368 Specs: •7-layers all Glass Lens •16 Mega Pixel Sensor •H.264 Encoding •802.11b/g/n 2.4Ghz Wi-Fi •Bluetooth enabled •Micro SD port •USB port

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