MGCOOL Explorer Pro on Flash Sale for Geekbuying’s 5h Anniversary

MGCOOL Explorer Pro on Flash Sale for Geekbuying’s 5h Anniversary

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In occasion of Geekbuying’s 5th year anniversary, MGCOOL have decided to partner up with the online Chinese retailer to bring a good deal on the MGCOOL Explorer Pro. The action cam would cost $79.99 normally, but from June 8th to June 18th you’ll be able to get it for $39.99.

This flash sale is limited to 300 units, so hurry up and get one if you’re interested, otherwise keep reading to learn more about the camera.

The MGCOOL Explorer is a budget friendly action camera that can shoot 4K videos at 30fps. It’s powered by a Sony IMX179 image sensor and an Allwinner V3 processor. The camera has a 170-degree viewing angle and it utilizes an exclusive 6G Sharkeye technology to drastically reduce distortion in videos.

The Explorer Pro comes with a 2-inch display on the back to view images and modify settings, which you could also do on the mobile app that is available for Android and iOS.

MGCOOL Explorer Pro

The action camera packs a 1050mAh battery for about 100 minutes of continuous 4K video recording, and it can be charged in less than two hours. The Explorer Pro is waterproof up to 30m underwater and it can record time-lapse and slow-motion videos.

If you’re interested in this very affordable 4K action camera, head over to Geekbuying to get your very own MGCOOL Explorer Pro for $39.99.

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  • Max

    Don’t you mean June 8th to June 18, since this month is June?

    • Tom Brease

      Yes, thanks for the correction!

  • Federico Menéndez

    The prize is so low.. Do you really think it is a good buying? Thanks

  • Julio Pedregosa

    Which is the screen resolution? It is important for me. Thanks

  • Emi Geek

    How to solve the problem to poor audio with water cover?

  • Jonathan dos Santos

    What about that Sony IMX179? Is it a good sensor?

  • Armando Jaleo

    How many colours are available?