Discussion in 'F1' started by dirkzelf, Aug 31, 2017.
How does that work? Is it always in standby waiting for a BT signal to turn on?
A kind of Magic
An option to enable turne on the camera via bluetooth feature, if enabled camera will be in standby mode, very low power consumption.
I simply don't understand the GitUp F1 information that has so far been made available saying the F1 will come with a battery! If it's a 4K camera the heat is definitely going to be on big time! A S-Capacitor would eliminate some of that, also I don't want to be close to that type of battery with the possibility of very high heat! I'm thoroughly satisfied with my face, and don't want it rearranged/modified without my consent.
@Lola the F1 it first and foremost a action camera, if it can be adapted to dashcam use its just a fortunate side effect.
If that is the case i am sure Gitup could come up with a capacitor kit for it, cuz selling your product in 2 markets got to be better than one.
Much like the mobius that is primarily an action camera, which happened to gain popularity soon after release as a dashcam. The supercapacitor option was not available when the mobius 1 launched. I know I bought my capacitor about a year after owning the M1.
I realize you and I both know that, but not sure GitUp knows it.
Im sure they know, but just focus on main thing here at launch and then listen in to user feedback when the cameras got out there, i am sure some will also put it in their car even if they got the camera for action.
Thats actually also how i put most hours on my SJ cameras, or at least the Sj6 legend and air.
With the hardware in it i am not really sure if it can work as a dashcam, but lets see i have been know to be wrong / too skeptical once in a while.
I'm certain the manufacturer understands the different markets and the 'crossover' between action cams and dashcams. I also think he is one of the few who would possibly develop this for a dual-purpose cam based on his other innovative designs As the original Mobius proved one cam can fill both roles well if you aim the development in that direction
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