DB Power Delivers 4K Touch Screen Action Cam for Less Than $75!

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There's no shortage of action cams on the market today. Be it 360, 3D, VR or a straight up wide angle GoPro-style camera, the choices are kind of limitless. What hasn't been limitless, however, is the price. Most of these niche type action cameras cost above $300 dollars. Unless you're really serious about making adventure videos that can be a hard number to overcome.  Enter the DBPOWER 4K action camera. Which can be had right now on Amazon, for less than $75 dollars.  Yes, that's right 75 dollars. Check out this video highlighting what you get for that bargain price. 

It has a touchscreen, underwater housing. How is this so cheap? It looks exactly like a GoPro knockoff. They're not even trying to make it look any different. They even offer advanced functionality such as specs like this:


  • 4K/24fps 
  • 2.7K/30fps 
  • 1080P/60fps 
  • 720P/120fps

  • 20 megapixel
  • 16 megapixel
  • 12 megapixel
  • 10 megapixel
  • 8 megapixel
  • 5 megapixel
  • 3 megapixel
  • or even VGA resolution


  • 70-degrees
  • 110-degrees
  • 140-degrees
  • 170-degrees

You can even do time-lapse intervals of 100ms or 200ms. There is a self-timer and burst image mode as well as an image quality setting. Other features such as sharpness, white balance, anti-shaking, and image review can be configured using the rear touchscreen.

It has a motion detection feature, gyroscope, and other features such as audio and the ability to add a date stamp to your videos. I have no idea if it's any good, I only know it's not expensive. 

This little camera has more production value than most people might not realize. How many shows strap GoPros to cars and airplanes? It's much less a risk to lose $75 dollars than it is to lose $400. Why not strap them to anything that moves. They're kind of expendable to big productions. To little ones, they're affordable, and like a professional use if you have a bad fall while skiing or drop it in a lake, it's a loss for sure, but it's not the end of the world. 

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