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Lidl Selling £69.99 4K Camera That Rivals The GoPro Hero 7

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Lidl Selling £69.99 4K Camera That Rivals The GoPro Hero 7

The humble GoPro has revolutionised the way we use technology, with many of us now relying on them to film our (admittedly pretty tame) adventures.

Thing is, the cameras don't always come that cheap, with many models setting you back hundreds of quid.

Well, Lidl is now offering you something similar but cheaper, which is a good combination if ever we heard one.

The Silvercrest 4K camera costs just £69.99. Credit: Lidl
The Silvercrest 4K camera costs just £69.99. Credit: Lidl
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Boasting similar specs to the lauded GoPro Hero 7, which normally costs £279.99 ($364.81), Lidl's version costs just £69.99 ($91.19).

The product description reads: "Our 4K camera is the perfect gadget for filming sports or exploring new places as it can take spectacular photos and videos even in the water."

Lidl's Silvercrest 4k action camera is waterproof, features a sleek 2" touchscreen, a 160° wide-angle lens and a 13 megapixel camera, and also shoots 4k videos up to 30 frames per second.

In a step up from the GoPro Hero 7, its waterproof feature even works up to 30 metres, which is a whole 20 metres more than the GoPro model.

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However, just like a regular GoPro, the Lidl camera also comes with a range of accessories so you can mount it onto your helmet, bike or whatever you need.

It fits USB, micro-HDMI and micro-USB connections, along with micro-SD cards up to 64GB, and has a replaceable Li-Ion battery.

The camera is waterproof up to 30 metres. Credit: Lidl
The camera is waterproof up to 30 metres. Credit: Lidl

The gadget will be released in Lidl stores across the country on Sunday 7 April - although they're being sold on a first come, first served basis so you'll have to be quick if you want to get in on the bargain.

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Then, of course, once you've bought one you can join the legions of GoPro fans, who use theirs to film themselves snowboarding, skating, mountain biking and the like.

One blind man even used his to prove a point to commuters about how his dog feels when he's helping guide him round London, having claimed travellers often step over guide dog Kika and even hit her with umbrellas to get her to move out of the way on escalators.

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Whatever you use it for, though, just make sure you're facing the damn thing the right way round...

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I know, it may sound like some obvious advice, but we don't want your holiday snaps to turn out the same as those taken by this poor sod - who borrowed his son's GoPro to record his trip with his wife to Amsterdam, only to end up accidentally filming himself.

Featured Image Credit: PA/Lidl

Topics: News, lidl, Technology, UK

Jess Hardiman
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