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Rollei's Actioncam 420 offers a host of headline-hitting features including 4K and slow motion video, Wi-Fi connectivity and a striking large rear LCD.Initial impressions are good, but different video resolutions and frame rates reveal a very different outcome, with high contrast, pixelated footage and a too-basic app. Rollei's Actioncam 402 is in essence an oversized Go Pro with the familiar box design encased in a waterproof housing.Making sure the 420 stands out in a crowded market, Rollei offers the camera in three colours: black, blue or white.
Powering the camera is a 3.7v 1180m Ah battery that supplies enough charge for almost two hours of continual use, though this battery is sealed and is not interchangeable.The base also features a very handy standard tripod mount so the camera can easily be removed from the case and mounted on a tripod without the need for additional accessories.The camera is extremely well built with the rubberized exterior giving a really nice finish.All buttons are equally well finished and feature small icons that clearly show the function of each button.Without the case, the camera is a very nice piece of kit to use, just slightly larger than a Go Pro.
The exterior features four buttons which are intuitively laid out.