Is Real time video sharing iON Air Pro Wi-Fi camera Go Pro’s biggest nemesis?

iON Air Pro Wi-Fi camera

What could get better than Go Pro camera that can shoot person’s eye view videos and photos of action sports and other creative activities that one can never afford to miss? Probably the ability to share it instantly over a WiFi connection on Facebook or twitter in even better quality. iON Air Pro 3 Wi-Fi is one such powerful camera that records video in 1080P (1920 x 1080) resolution at 30fps/60fps and still shots at 12 megapixel quality courtesy its wide angle lens having field of view up to 160 degrees. iON Air Pro 3 Wi-Fi comes with iON Android and iOS app that seamlessly connects to your iON Wi-Fi PODZ that facilitates all the Wi-Fi connectivity. You get around 8GB of secure storage space on iONCloud so that you can access your videos and images directly on tablet or smartphone.

The best bit about iON Air Pro is that it gives you the ability to shoot in high definition and instantly share in real time, giving a whole new meaning to your well versed viral video community. Moreover the compatible app gives you the ability to operate the camera with your smartphone or tablet which comes handy while you are in the middle of action sports or activities like dancing.

iON Air Pro Wi-Fi camera

The camera is waterproof up to 15 meters, weighs just 142 grams comes with anti-fog lens and has extra long battery life for unlimited shooting for extended hours which is well tailored for adventure freaks, sports enthusiasts and photographers. Additionally it also has a waterproof microphone which allows you to records high quality sounds underwater.

The camera has a microSD card slot so that you can extend the 8GB cloud storage capacity even further by 64GB. All this usability you’ll get for $350 for the standard iON Air Pro Wi-Fi camera and if you want to add accessories they’ll cost around $20-$100.



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