TomTom Bandit Review – Shake to Share

TomTom Bandit uses its built-in sensors to tag all the potential highlights found in the footage that you took. This makes editing easier. Furthermore, it has a mobile app that will let you quickly create a highlight reel with a simple gesture of just shaking your smartphone. It has a cable-less feature when it comes to charging and video/photo transfers. It also has a unique rotating mounting system which makes the action cam horizontally simple.

TomTom Bandit Review - Shake to Share

If You Want to Quickly Share Your Photos and Video With Your Online Friends, Shake to Share With the TomTom Bandit

The TomTom Bandit is made by the company who is responsible for their GPS navigation systems. With Bandit, they have delved into the action camera market that will allow users to both capture their adventures and edit the best moments together with a simple smartphone gesture. The camera also addresses other shortcomings that may be found in other competing cameras in the market. It can also shoot very good quality videos as well.

The Bandit Action Cam is splashproof with the included lens cover. Hence, a little rain or snow won’t hurt it. The build quality feels like it can take a beating. This is good since action cams are known to be targeted for active people. Another good thing about the build quality is that the company has no housing options for added protection. Therefore, a sturdy build is the answer to that problem.

Other accessories include the camera’s quick-release clip. This clip system addresses two problems. One is that it easily attaches the camera onto a mount. You can do this by simply squeezing a couple of tabs. Then removing the camera is just as easy.

The second area of concern that the clip addresses it that the system rotates around the camera from left to right. This means that the camera can go into a horizontal position without any issues while it’s mounted.

As for the video quality, the video that will be transferred to your phone has a 1,280 x 720 pixel resolution. The bitrate is about 7.5Mbps. It looks pretty good on small mobile devices, but when examining the footage on larger screens, you will see a big difference between the full-resolution clips to that of the camera-created movies.

The TomTom Bandit is a great alternative for the GoPro thanks to its quick mobile and on-camera editing features. There is also a removable battery and has numerous shooting options. Video quality is quite good as well.

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