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HTC RE Camera E610 Specs

Camera Type 4K Action Camera
Weight 65.5g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 35.5 x 25.4 x 96.5mm
Camera Resolution 16MP
Video Resolution 4K
Max Framerate (4K) 30fps
Video Format MOV
Audio Port
Image Stabiliser
Image Format JPEG
Water Resistant
Optics & Focus
Lens Type Ultra Wide Angle
Viewfinder Unknown
Display Size 1"
Display Type Without
Sensor Type CMOS
Packaging Content
Memory Card Included
Release Year Unknown
Battery Life 1.5h
Battery Capacity 802mAh
Battery Type Li-ion

HTC RE Camera E610 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2015-07-23
Small and easy to use. Both videos and photos are great! Connects smartphone via free applicationI would prefer a metal tripod connector. There are few accessories and mounts available
I cannot afford a GoPro camera but love the wide-angle views and crisp video so I have been researching alternate options for some time. The HTC Re is not a full out action camera, but is designed to be super portable and simple to use. The ability to qui...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-20
The RE Camera fits easily in your hand and only has two buttons Photos: Jonathan H LiuDespite the fact that I've finally got a smartphone, I still usually use a standalone digital camera, a Sony Cyber-shot It's not a really high-end camera, but it has an...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-22
The RE Camera from HTC shoots HD video, is waterproof and has a 110-minute battery. While versatile, the life camera does not come with a built-in strap, so you have to purchase a holder separately. With 1080p recording at 30 frames per second or 720p rec...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-02
HTC has come up with their very own HTC RE Action camera. Well, HTC is not really known for their cameras but many do agree with the fact that HTC has some great camera phones. HTC Desire had an amazing and we are really amazed by its performance. With th...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-29
Unique yet beautiful design, Fun and easy to use, Quite affordable, Good companion app, Comes with 8GB microSD card, Waterproof, Color optionsNon-removable battery, Lacks accessories, Unimpressive image quality, Disappointing battery life
This is the very first time that HTC is gettig into the action cam market and the HTC RE offers a different approach to the usual configuration that has been widely popularized by GoPro. The execution is quite unique, the design a bit intriguing. But, doe...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-12
I'll be honest with you guys. I wasn't too excited about checking out the HTC Re. Not because it wasn't a good product, but because I didn't think I could make use of the product. Did I have the same opinion by the end of the review?Display: No viewfinder...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-10
High-end smartphones sure can snap a pretty picture these days. This fact alone means it won't be easy for HTC to win over mobile photographers with its pocket-size RE camera. Billed as an easy-to-grip device that shoots photos and video with a new level ...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-27
At HTC's last press event they held last year in NYC, one of the big things they unveiled was small camera for everyday consumers w/ the Re Camera. This is not your atypical handheld camera. It is modeled similar to a small periscope or asthma pump.Honest...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-12
Ever felt that taking photos with your smartphone is kind of cumbersome? Most of the times you need to use two hands to keep it still while touching the screen for focus and taking the photo. Or you simply want to take a few photos where it could get... w...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-10
Handling, Compactness, White balance management, WiFi, Smoothrunning appNo screen display, No lens or mechanical stabilisation, Only captures video in Full HD with 30 fps, Images lack sharpness, Poor sound reproduction
HANDLING You can't look at the HTC RE without thinking of a mini submarine periscope. Or mouth spray. Either way, it's hardly your conventional six-sided camera. In fact, it's similar in form to the Ricoh Theta M15 . But enough about aesthetics.
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Reviewed on 2015-02-01
The first time I held HTC's Re camera, I wondered why the company bothered. As a camera, it was no different from the GoPro or Sony Action Cam devices. These wearable cameras are small enough to fit in your palm or be attached to your body, are unobtrus...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-01
Size and portability, Wide angle lens, Ease of use,  , THESyncing issues between RE and companion app an annoyance, Suffers from significant shutter lag at times, Lowlight performance fails to impress
Its guise may certainly be more on the peculiar side and sure to keep many guessing just what it is wherever you take it, but the HTC RE camera is something of a skilled little device allowing you to take your photography places where its size and shape p...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-30
The first time I held HTC's Re camera, I wondered why the company bothered.As a camera, it was no different from the GoPro or Sony Action Cam devices.These wearable cameras are small enough to fit in your palm or be attached to your body, are unobtrusive ...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-28
Here it is then, the magical camera without a viewfinder. Well, not an on-board one at least.Strange thoughts went through my head when I unboxed this. Could I cope without having an onboard viewfinder or some sort of screen to show me instantly what my p...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-28
quick point and shoot action, lightweight & compact designShutter lag, price tag is a bit steep
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Reviewed on 2015-01-24
When HTC launched the Re Camera, it was an agreeable surprise from the phone company. Re is a small companion camera that is designed to be waterproof (IP57 standard) and used by either holding it, or attaching it to a mounting accessory. Seen from 10,000...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-22
Beautiful, usable design, Useful smartphone app, Waterproof, rugged, simpleLimited mounts available, Lacks high-end video options, Middling image quality
It may look like an asthma puffer, but you can take it into the water, strap it to your bicycle or clip it to your shirt for a run — all activities with the potential to leave you out of breath. Then you can share its video and photos directly from your s...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-19
Ergonomic design, Water resistant to a metre, Fantastic application, A more intimate way of taking a photoBattery life, Tricky pairing depending on device, No flash for night photos
Innovative HTC has made a point of focussing on photography with its range of smartphones. Over the years, the Taiwanese company has introduced smartphone cameras that take 3D photos, work well in low-light situations, and can even change the point of foc...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-16
Although smartphone cameras have pretty much taken the place of separate digital cameras (at least, for casual photographers), tech companies are still trying to come up with interesting ways for consumers to use photography. One method that is popping up...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-08
On first glance, the HTC Re seems to be a very odd sort of device. It is shaped a bit like a submarine periscope or a breath inhaler. It is however, actually a camera and a very powerful one at that – it comes with a 16.0-megapixel CMOS Sony sensor, with...
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