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Offline Stromtrooper james

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Drift Ghost S
« on: May 17, 2015, 18:27:41 »
on friday I got myself a Drift Ghost S Action camera, and I'm glad I did

The box is very well designed, its a nice neat little cube that the camera well secured in. it is all plastic so you can continue to use it after you have opened and set up your camera. the box has a smaller box with in it that contain all your accessories in little slots to stop them rattling about.

1. First Impressions/Unboxing Impressions
camera bracket to attach camera to mount (uses a standard camera screw)
two 3m mounts one flat one curved 
remote with strap for wrist
water tight back cover
back cover with accessible ports
two stickers
book of instructions
mic extension lead

2. Initial Setup/Installation
The setup of the camera is nice and easy. I do have two tips for setting it up though
1. use an alcohol wipe to clean of any dirt where you want the mount to be.
2. leave the mount 24 hours to dry on to the helmet.

3. Real World Testing (how did it perform)
The camera is fantastic! it shoots 1080p at 60fps and it looks fantastic! you can also shoot 720p at 120fps
the battery lasts about 2 hours 30 and is very easy to download your videos off
the lens can rotate 360 degrees so so matter where you mount it you can keep your footage upright.

4. Specs & Other noteworthy facts

5. Tester's Opinion (summary)

6. Star Rating
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if you want any pictures or to see the footage you will just have to subscribe to me on youtube :P (plug)

I will be doing a video on the setup on my helmet and what I edit with at some point in the future!