NEW Sony Action Camera HDRAS15K

Sony have just announced the release of their ultra-compact Action Camera which records Full HD video for any adventure you want to take it on.

The Action Cam features a class-leading Exmor R CMOS Sensor, which results in outstanding image quality, even when shooting in low-light conditions. The Action Cam also features a time-lapse recording mode, allowing you to take amazing 16 Megapixel still images at intervals of 5, 10, 30 and 60 seconds, to make sure you never miss the money-shot.

It offers a variety of Full HD and HD frame rates to suit whatever activity you are into, with a class-exclusive 120fps slow motion mode in 720p HD! Extreme sports athletes and enthusiasts will enjoy HD 60p and 120p record modes, which are ideal for studying and refining form and technique. For traditional shooting methods, the Action Cam also offers several different resolutions to suit your needs: Full HD (1920×1080 30p), STD HD (1280×720, 30p) and SD VGA (640×480, 30p).

Sony’s renowned Steadyshot image stabilisation with Active Mode compensates for greater degrees of camera shake to deliver stunningly smooth video, no matter how tough the conditions. Innovative 3-way shake-canceling adds electronic roll stability for even smoother video capture — perfect for shooting on the go!

The Action Cam’s built-in Wi-Fi allows users to instantly share their content to a smartphone and also allows full remote control of the camera with any compatible device, when used in conjunction with the free PlayMemories Mobile application for Andriod and iOS. The PlayMemories Mobile app also allows you to use your smart phone as a viewfinder, to ensure your shot is always framed perfectly.

This new and very impressive action camera from Sony is set to be in stores in October and RRP is currently set at $399.

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