GitUp Git2 Standard Action Camera


Max Video Resolution: 

2K 30 fps
1080P 60/30 fps



Battery Life: 

up to 90 minutes

Body Size: 

1.18 x 1.61 x 2.32 inches

Camera Features

LCD Disply

LCD Display Size: 

1.5 in


The GitUp Git2 Standard Action Camera is like the dGitUp Git1 Standard Action Camera but comes with more advanced features that make recording videos and taking pictures much simpler for all your adventures. It is a compact and durable action camera that has a sturdy design and is 30 meters water resistant with reliable protection with its waterproof case.

It uses a 170° Angle of View and it features a Panasonic MN34120 that provides amazing performance while shooting. The camera is capable of recording videos in 2160P at 30fps and 24fps as well as 1080P at 60fps and can take 16MP pictures, as well as support RAW image format output.

It also comes with a gyro chip and software optimization that helps in delivering picture and videos that are smooth and not shaky even when recording fast paced action. Use the Quick Start Recording button to instantly record with the press of a button.

The Remote Shutter option allows users to switch between taking a video and picture even when the drone is mid-air, while the Shutter Speed lets you take pictures that at perfect no matter what time of the day.

The GitUp Git2 Standard Action Camera can be controlled using wrist remote control that lets you control the camera remotely and take pictures and videos. It also provides the option for turning the camera and Wi-Fi on and off.

While the camera does come with a built-in microphone, it also supports an external microphone for better audio recording. It comes equipped with Mini USB, Micro HDMI, and MicroSD ports.

It supports microSD memory cards with a Class 10 or UHS-1 rating of up to 64GB to store all the videos and pictures recorded and also provides the option for output video (AV OUT) instantly when you connect the AV OUT cable to the computer.


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