ODRVM 4K – A 20MP Quad Cam!

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This is an intermediate level action camera by ODRVM, boasting 4K video and a huge 20MP image size. It’s cheap, durable, and best of all gives a really good quality image. You can find it on Amazon here:

US – http://amzn.to/2nOq3gG
UK – http://amzn.to/2mYWI4p
DE – http://amzn.to/2nF44ti
FR – http://amzn.to/2npMOba
CA – http://amzn.to/2nFjLko

It’s packed full of features such as voice control, changeable FOV angle, WiFi connection, HDMI port, wireless remote, and is even shipped with two batteries. It’s solidly built, and feels like it could take a serious beating without damage.


Here are the specs:

Video Resolution: 4K 24fps; 2K 30fps; 1080P 60fps; 720p 120 fps; 720p 60 fps
Image Resolution: 20M, 16M, 12M, 10M, 8M, 5M, 2M , VGA selectable
Lens: 170°/140°/110°/70° selectable
Shooting Mode: Single Shot / Self-timer (2S / 5s / 10s / Double)
Time-lapse Record: 100ms / 200ms / 500ms / 1Sec / 5 Sec
Loop Recording: Yes
Voice Prompt: Yes
Motion Detection: Yes
Frequency: 50Hz/60Hz
Connectivity: Micro USB 2.0, Micro HDMI
Power Source Interface: 5V/1A
Battery: 3.7V Li-ion Battery 1050 mAh (Two Batteries Included )
Recording Time: 40 minutes/ UHD 24 fps, 60 minutes/1080P 30fps , 70 minutes/720p 120fps



As with most action cams this comes with a huge amount of accessories, but the nice thing about this is that everything comes neatly arranged in a hard, padded case. There are enough clips, straps and ties to attach this to pretty much anything you can think of, and the mesh pocket at the top of the case allows for extra space to store items.



A 2″ LCD screen on the back allows you to watch your films in real time, and also play back previously recorded ones. It also displays a lot of information, such as the current resolution, space left on the memory card, camera image settings and a handful more. It’s also bright enough to be viewed in sunlight, which is always nice. When you hit the record button you’ll here a voice say ‘Video Start’, which stops you spending 10 seconds trying to see if the red light is on when it’s strapped to your quad.



The camera quality is good, but personally lacks a bit of colour. This can be changed to an extent with editing software, but I would have liked to seen a bit more ‘pop’ on the raw image. The 4K is sharp, and slow-mo works great with 720p at 120 FPS.

I’d recommend this to anyone looking for a decent camera for their quad, or even any sport, and would pick this over any slightly cheaper Chinese (i.e from Banggood or Gearbest) camera. If you want to see how the raw video files look, check out my video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJuEBqu0C5Q

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