Tomtop Discounts lots of Cameras for Black Friday – Come have a look!


Tomorrow’s a big day for online retails, where we have them all fighting over on who brings the best deals to their future customers. Well, today it’s the turn of Tomtop which will be discounting various video cameras. So, if that’s what you needed then, keep reading!

Amkov DV-C7

The first camera to go on sale it’s kinda of a toy, well it is, but your kids will love it! The Amkov DV-C7 comes with a 1.44-inch display and it can record 1080p videos at 30fps, meanwhile photos will have a resolution of 5MP. The camera could be a great gift for those children who would otherwise try to use more expensive and fragile cameras.

The Amkov DV-C7 will be available for just 15.99€, shipping from China.

Next we have a more professional but still very affordable action camera. This one can shoot 1080p videos as well, it sports a 2-inch LCD display and a 12MP sensor. The camera also comes with a waterproof case and various accessories.

You can get this action cam at the ridiculously low price of 16.99€, shipped from China.

Looking for something more advanced? Then check out this 4K recording camera. It will do 4k at 30fps, 1080p at 60fps and 720p at 120fps, all of that thanks to the 16MP Sony IMX179 CMOS image sensor. The camera also sport 4X digital zoom and Wifi, plus with the included waterproof case you can bring it up to 40m under water.

This 4K camera will only set you back 24.82€ over at Tomtop, also shipped from China.

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Last but not least, we have the high-quality Andoer AN5000 action cam. The camera can record 4K videos at 24fps by using a powerful NTK96660 chipset and a Sony IMX078 CMOS image sensor. Other features include, software stabilization, gyroscope, 5X zooming, WiFi and 30m waterproof capability with the waterproof case that comes in the box.

You can get the Andoer AN5000 for 48.15€ on Tomtop, this product ships from Germany, thus short shipping times and no customs fees.

 

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