- The camera has been priced at CNY 699 (roughly Rs. 6,700)
- The camera sports a 2.4-inch display
- It comes with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity
Widening its ever increasing portfolio, Xiaomi has now launched Mijia 4K Compact Action Camera aka Mijia 4K Action Camera in China that comes with a rather affordable price tag of CNY 699 (roughly Rs. 6,700). Apart from the ability to record videos in 4K resolution, which is given away by the name itself, the new Mijia camera offers 6-axis stabilisation as well.
The new Mijia 4K Compact Action Camera weighs around 99 grams and measures 29.5×42.7×71.5mm. Notably, the new action camera from Xiaomi packs an Amarella A12S75 processor and offers 3D motion noise reduction, and lens distortion correction functionalities. The camera comes with support for RAW file format as well.
The Mijia 4K Compact Action Camera sports a 2.4-inch display that allows users to watch the videos while shooting them and watching again after the shoot. The new Xiaomi action camera sports a Sony IMX317 camera sensor, coupled with an f/2.8 aperture, 3.2mm focal length, and 145-degrees wide-angle lens. The camera is capable of taking 4K photos and shooting videos in 4K resolution at 30fps and 1080p resolution videos at 60fps.
The 6-axis electronic image stabilisation (EIS) on the Mijia 4K Action Camera is offered by a 3-axis gyroscope in addition to a 3-axis accelerometer system that ensures that the captured videos are steady in nature. There are nine different modes offered by the action camera including, slow motion, timer shooting, delay camera, and high-speed continuous shooting.
The Mijia 4K Compact Action Camera has been claimed to offer a battery life of 2 hours while shooting videos in 4K resolution and 3 hours while shooting videos in 1080p resolution. The new action camera from Xiaomi supports a maximum of 64GB memory card. In terms of connectivity, it offers options like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.1.
As it happens with most Xiaomi products, the action camera has been launched just in China and whether or not it will be launched in other countries remains to be seen.