Mokacam – The Tiniest Camera That Can Shoot 4K

The first thing to notice about the Mokacam is its diminutive size and not its ability to shoot videos at 4K resolution. It aims to bring more portability and versatility than what other big names in the industry, such as GoPro, can deliver. For instance, it comes with a rotating screen and a magnetic snap-on battery.

Mokacam - The Tiniest Camera That Can Shoot 4K

The Mokacam is the World’s Smallest 4K Camera

The Mokacam comes with an imaging sensor that can record videos in full 4K Ultra-High Definition (UHD) resolution. The device also has an integrated high definition microphone to better capture sounds and voices when recording. A wide angle lens is built into the device for a 152-degree field of view. It also aims to capture sharp and detailed images with its 16-megapixel sensor.

Aside from the severe lack of size, there’s also a sheer absence of buttons and dials. It aims to be as minimalistic as possible which can either be a good thing or a bad thing for some. It may be good as there are those who do not want all the dials and buttons that look too busy and want the simple approach when taking videos. On the other hand, there are those who want to more control over their shots.

It also comes with a unique feature called Normal Angle Mode. While shooting in this mode, you can do away with the barrel distortion that would otherwise be included with shooting with a wider angle lens. Therefore, recording full HD videos or taking stills with the Mokacam Camera will be distortion free with just a quick settings adjustment.

If the battery is not enough for you and you still want to record those precious moments, then you no longer have to stop filming as the camera includes a magnetic snap-on battery pack for you to continue recording. The extra battery promises another hour of battery life for the camera.

Another ideal feature for this tiny camera is it has modular elements, and this can already be seen with the snap-on battery. But aside from the snap-on battery, there’s also an add-on screen which can rotate 270-degrees. The screen also has a battery on its own so you won’t have to reduce recording or shooting time.

Other features for the Mokacam include motion detection, shooting up to 4K UHD resolution, and the ability to share moments quickly with the use of the accompanying app. It aims to revolutionize portability in bringing cameras around, which is great for people who don’t want to lug around chunky DSLRs.

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