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DJI's 4K-capable Osmo Action Cam drops to a new all-time low of $229

When you think of action cameras, the first name that probably comes to mind is the ubiquitous GoPro. However, a worthy competitor emerged when the Osmo Action Cam from well-known drone manufacturer DJI launched last summer for $350. Right now, you can pick up one of these 4K-capable action cams for an all-time low of only $229 at Amazon — saving yourself $150 off the original MSRP in the process.

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DJI's Valentine's Day sale makes cameras, gimbals, drones more appealing than a diamond ring

DJI might be the first name you think of when it comes to consumer-grade gimbals and drones. They come with pretty fair price tags on the regular, but several times a year, the company likes to put on the sale. And while the Black Friday and Christmas sales it put on last year eclipse this Valentine's Day one in size, you can still save a chunk of change on some neat gear.

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Insta360 One R is a modular 360 and action cam with IPX8 waterproofing, USB-C, and a 1-inch Leica sensor

In the span of a few years, Insta360 has made itself a name in the 360 camera space thanks to an excellent balance between specs, image and video quality, funky additional features, and price. After a small detour with the Insta360 GO, the company is now back with its most ambitious 360 and action cam to date, the One R.

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(Update: More retailers) DJI's Black Friday sale kicks off early for drones, cameras, and more

Like pretty much everyone else during this time of the year, DJI will be offering some nice discounts on its products, such as the popular Mavic 2 Pro flagship drone and its Ronin-S 3-axis gimbal for DSLR and mirrorless cameras. As it did last year, DJI is kicking off the sales a bit early, beginning on November 24th and lasting through December 4th.
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GoPro announces new $400 Hero8 Black, gives 360-degree cams another try with the Max

Action camera maker GoPro is putting up two new products for the 2019 holiday season — another iteration in its HERO series and its first 360° camera since the rather forgettable Fusion. The Hero8 Black packs in big technical improvements up over the Hero7 Black while the new MAX brings two cameras and spherical views to rough-and-tumble scenes.

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DJI Osmo Action Cam hits all-time low of $261 ($89 off) this Labor Day weekend

GoPro may have crashed out of making drones, but DJI seems intent on cracking the action camera market. The Osmo Action Cam, which launched this summer for $350 with dual screens and electronically stabilized 4K/60 video capture, is currently on sale at an all-time low of $261 thanks to a Labor Day promo code.

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All-new DJI Osmo Action camera on sale for $297 ($52 off) today only

Wanna create summer memories to get all wistful and nostalgic about later on in life? You might want a new camera. And not just the camera on your phone — we're talking about about sporty, crazy, action-packed goodness that can handle the roads you're riding, the waters you're treading, and much, much more. So, how about a new DJI Osmo Action camera? It's available at Rakuten right now for more than $50 off.

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Yi Lite action camera falls to $51 (with coupon) on Amazon

 

Are you looking for an action camera to document the weekend's not-so-wise decisions? The Yi Lite is currently on sale for $51, a further 15% off its already discounted price of $60. The lowest we've ever seen this drop to is $46 back during last year's Black Friday festivities, and since that offer didn't last too long, this one might be your best bet for getting a deal.

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Kyocera's new Verizon-exclusive phone sports a rugged design and a sapphire screen

Rugged phones aren't generally very exciting. They're all big, boxy things, with plastic shells meant to absorb force from drops. Kyocera's new Verizon-exclusive rugged phone, though, is... well, it's a big, boxy thing with a plastic shell. But it also has a sapphire screen and an action camera.

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Insta360 announces the ONE X: 360-degree 5.7K action camera for $400

For most people, 360-degree cameras are a novelty item that they're willing to spend a maximum of $100 on, just to see what the fuss is about. That nets them a low-resolution, low-quality sensor, with limited features. For those who get bitten by the 360-degree bug though, a cheap camera won't do. The higher the resolution and specs, the better. And that's where the new Insta360 ONE X lands. It's capable of taking 5.7K videos and comes with built-in stabilization, for an awesome shoot-now-edit-later approach.

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