APEMAN Is Offering A 1080p Action Camera With Tons Of Mounts To Boot For Under $30 Today

There is no shortage of action cams on the market right now, and many of them have proven that you don’t need to spend huge sums of money to get something that will get the job done. The folks at APEMAN have been proving that for ages now, and one of its most popular cameras is now available at a discount, too.

The APEMAN 1080p Action Camera is exactly what it sounds like. With a 1080p recording capability as well as the option of taking 12-megapixel stills, this 170-degree wide angle lens should be able to capture everything you need it to. It’ll do it just about anywhere, too, thanks to water-resistance and anti-shake technology that will make it easier to capture just the right shot, even in the worst of conditions.

Each package comes packed with gear, too. There’s obviously the action camera itself, accompanied by a 1050mAh battery, a waterproof case, a bicycle stand, a helmet base, and all the adhesives you could need. And all of it’s available at an even better price than normal!

PROFESSIONAL QUALITY VIDEO RECORDING: 1080P videos and 12 MP photos with the 170 ° wide angle and 6G high quality Sony sensor glass lens.
BUILT-IN ANTI-SHAKE: With this technology, Apeman action camera help you to shoot clearer when you do the high speed extreme sports such as riding, avoid blurry videos and pictures.

At that price it’s difficult to find fast, and with a more than reasonable aggregate rating on Amazon, it’s clear that you can have a more than capable action camera right now without spending a fortune.

We’ve long been fans of the accessories that APEMAN make, and this action camera is another great example of the work they’re doing over there.

Buy: APEMAN Action Camera 1080P Full HD Waterproof Sport Camera from Amazon: $29.99 with code ZCYOHDXY | Original price: $40

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