Recently launched MGCOOL Explorer Pro has been warmly welcomed by users as it features the innovative 6G “SharkEye” technology to remove video distortion, it can shoot 4k videos and it’s also super affordable.
To make it even more interesting, MGCOOL have now come out with some photos to show new possible customers how they could be using the camera. Let’s begin with the head strap mount you can see in the photo below:
Then we have the ordinary bike mount:
If you have the budget you can also get a gimbal to create videos with a rather good stabilization as in the image below.
And of course you can also mount it on your clothes with the included clip.
So, to sum it up, you can mount the MGCOOL Explorer Pro pretty much everywhere.
MGCOOL have also released some close up photos of their action cam, you can check them out in the gallery below.
In some of these images we can see where the HDMI and USB ports are, along with the power button and the battery compartment. We also note how the camera is mostly made of a rubber material to improve grip, but has a smooth finish on the front to look a bit more premium.
Hardware wise, the MGCOOL Explorer Pro features a 2-inch display, Allwinner V3 processor, Sony IMX179 image sensor with 6G “Sharkeye” 170-degree wide angle lens. You can capture 4K videos at 30fps with support for H.264 video compression, and it can shoot images up to 16MP resolution (starting from 2MP).
The camera is also water-resistant up to 30m depth and is fueled by a 1050mAh battery, which will let you record 100 minutes of 4K video and gets charged within 2 hours using the provided 5V/1A adapter. The camera includes a wide range of shooting modes and a companion app for Android and iOS.