Testing Our New Apexcam M80 Air in the Sierra Arana

In all the videos that we made last year, I used my good old pal, the Nikon D7100. And although the videos we re of good quality, there was one big disadvantage: it’s damn heavy! Introducing our new friend:

Advantages

  • Very light.
  • Up to 4k videos.
  • Up to 20MP pictures.
  • Very user-friendly.
  • Easy to handle menu.
  • Comes with 2 batteries.
  • Lots of accessories. If you leave behind a positive review, you will receive even more accessories for free!

Disadvantages

  • The lid of the battery compartment can be hard to remove in the beginning!
  • The manual is really limited to the bare essential information. If you are unfamiliar with this type of camera, you may have to consult some YouTube videos.

Our first experience

Very positive!

No more cramps in my right arm and shoulder. It’s very easy and fast to use. Changing certain settings such as the resolution only takes a couple of seconds. Battery life can be compared to a GoPro.

We went to the Sierra Arana. Again. Because of the confinement, we can’t go anywhere else at the moment actually. I think in summer, and especially during longer excursions, we need to take the 2 batteries and the charger with us. Charging the batteries goes very fast, so no problem there.

I also took a picture on the Old Bridge in Iznalloz.

We bought the action cam on the Spanish Amazon for a bit less than 40 euros. We didn’t want anything fancy, we just want to make some simple videos. A very good price, I would say.

And here is the video we made:

See you at the end of this week!

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