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A lot of HD cameras will not work properly with cards larger than 32GB (cards over 32GB are usually SDXC rather than the SDHC standard used by 32GB cards. SDXC cards use the ex-FAT system rather than FAT32 - in short they are a different standard). - so don't just buy the biggest card you can afford - read the specs in the manual to see what it accepts.


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SJ1000 - At last...a good cheap action camera 

After years of fruitless searching and a not inconsiderable amount of money spent, I've finally found a good, cheap, 1080p waterproof action camera.

I get a lot of emails from people asking what action camera I would recommend for occasional use for paint-balling, mountain biking, etc - that costs around £50. Prior to today, my response has been that the cheapest camera I could really recommend was the Liquid Image Ego, but it costs£100.

If your budget doesn't stretch to £100 then there are very few action cameras to choose from. Perhaps the best camera from a very short shortlist is the the RD32II, but it suffers from a substandard mounting system and a non-standard video format. 

The SJ1000 changes everything. For about £60 you can buy a camera that is capable (under the right conditions) of producing video that rivals cameras costing over four times as much. I'm not suggesting that people throw away their GoPro HDHero 3 Black Edition cameras and get this instead...but if you are on a limited budget or don't see the point in spending £200+ on something you only plan on using a couple of times a year then this might well be the camera for you.

You'll have to do a bit of experimenting to get the mounting options to fit your requirements, but it's definitely worth the trouble when you see the video quality that you can get from this small camera. 



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Here is a folder of downloadable sample clips

I should mention that I haven't shot many 720p60 clips...and you'll only find 1080p on the bike.

The only thing I think that I forgot to say in the video was that when using it as a car DVR there is no gap between clips (as you expect nowadays) fact each clip repeats the last second of the previous one just to be sure.

UPDATE - 10 June 2013 - Answering a few questions.

First some bad news - The 720p60 mode turns out to actually be 720p30 (every frame is shown twice). I should have spotted this earlier, but I had only been testing the 1080p30 mode as that's the one I use. iMovie always converts 720p60 to 720p30 so that's why I didn't notice it before...apologies for that. Here is a link to a fast moving 720p clip I shot today.

Motion Detection mode - When this is on, the camera records 10 seconds of video and then stops until it sees another movement. If a movement occurs during the 10 seconds when it's recording then the timer is reset and it records for another 10 seconds. This way if the movement doesn't stop then the camera doesn't either....hope that makes sense.

The camera should be able to be mounted the right way up in a car if the correct mounts are combined....this is demonstrated in some of the ebay auction photos. 

File Sizes: 10 Minutes of video takes up 1.2GB in 1080p or 1.07GB in 720p modes.

The case floats in water and on it's own weighs 66.7g.

The camera itself is 7cm tall, 4.5cm wide, 3 cm thick at the bottom and 3.5cm thick at the top where the lens makes it deeper.

The timestamp can be switched off. I turned it off for the Night Time Driving clips and show this option on-screen 19:57 into the video.

I think the manufacturer may be a company with the snappy name of Shenzhen Hongfeng Century Technology Co. Ltd.

BATTERY LIFE is 2hrs 15mins (Could be 2hr 30 mins or more with the screen off)

UPDATE 29 August 2013 'NEW' FIRMWARE!

I know a few people have been waiting for this - so finally here is the updated firmware that fixes the screensaver bug. If the fact that the screen didn't automatically blank out wasn't an issue to you, I'd suggest skipping this update. If you want to update the firmware, you can download the file from the Files & Drivers Page. Updating it is very easy, but just in case you are's a quick video. Beware, if you somehow kill it, you are on your own.

Update 27 Sept 2013

Here's a link to another review of the camera by Tom Hardwick (he likes it).

Update 28/12/13.

This is a six month old review and a lot has happened since. You'll find the cases are improved, possibly the mounts too..and you now have the ability to turn the camera on when it's inside the case due to a different button arrangement. The current crop seem to have a 90º lens rather than the 140º on my camera. That means no fish-eye - but less FOV. I'm not doing any more videos about camera this but.....PLEASE READ THE COMMENTS...before posting a question that's been asked countless times before, it's the least you could do for all the kind people who have given up their time to elaborate on the features of this camera and posted their findings in the comments.  I'll give you a starter...NO IT DOESN'T DO TIMELAPSE...The way you can tell this is because there is no option for this on the screen when I go through all the menus in the camera...and it's the kind of thing I would have mentioned. I tend not to mention the things a camera doesn't do because we would be here all can't clip your toenails with this camera, it can't be used as a flotation device, it won't take x-rays etc..... 

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I tried this in a Go Pro mount and it doesn't fit, too small by several millimeters.

August 12, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterAlexie

So if GoGpro attachments won't fit - are there any alternatives which are better made and provide more secure fastenings?

Vivitar make a universal Actional Camera Mounting kit (VIV-APM-7002) kit but I'd like to see if it fits before purchase - has anyone seen one in a store?

August 12, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterPewit

Ok, as i posted earlier i had a problem with one of the SJ1000 cams, it was slightly out of focus. Strangely only on the right upper side of the video so it was not fixable as i thought before. Also both cams stop recording after ~30min which is about 4Gb. I have a 8Gb MicroSD Card so there is space. They also don't start another video which is quite annoying.
Anybode else got that problem?

Otherwise a good cam with crappy mounts. For example the underwater housing is visible on the video! It is kind of looking through a pipe. Because the cam is a little loose in the case (about 1mm front - back play) you have to push it fully inside the housing and mybe add some foam on the back.

August 12, 2013 | Unregistered Commenterrobert

Other compact camera hat recording limit upto 30 minutes also. (Mine recorded upto 35min. less than 4GB)
Camera sold in EU generally has this limit. I don't know why.
UWC is known too small for the lense, can't do anything about it.
Some of my video appeared a line on upper side, not always!
I won't bother so much of such a price.

August 12, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterPat

Hi The 4GB limit with continuous shoot is normal for this camera. The cyclic recording of 10 minutes is the best you can get with it.

August 13, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterRKP

Does anyone know where I can download firmware from?
My device doesn't switch on, only the blue light comes on.

August 13, 2013 | Unregistered Commenterchris

@RKP: Thanks
@chris: I also wanted to know if there's a firmware upgrade and a webcam driver but your problem sounds like a faulty camera.

August 13, 2013 | Unregistered Commenterrobert

I bought one of these cameras - but I am thinking it is a total waste of money. The mounting system is so frail as to make it fairly useless. The waterproof casing is not waterproof. It does not even have a decent helmet mount (certainly not one that you would trust on a helmet). It beats me how they can call this an action camera.

Video quality also seems very poor. It is actually fairly good technically - but there is so much shake in the video it becomes useless to watch. You could not really use it for any action type event. I tried it as a car DVR - and for that it verges on being useful. Again, the video shake makes it almost unwatchable - but it is better than nothing. You cannot flip the video, which also makes it pretty limited for a car DVR. Night shooting is totally useless.

It is also a pretty good webcam. So I won't throw it out - might simply use it as a webcam on Skype or something.

I also have a Drift HD170 - but that finally died on me. The video quality was pretty poor in any case. What I have now is a Xdreme HD 1080p, also reviewed on this site. This is a MUCH better camera. It is better than this little camera by far - and it is only about $40 more. The Xdreme has better graphics, is much better built, has a better battery life and has better graphics. It also has a MUCH better mounting system (although not as good as the Drift). I am actually using the Drift mounts on the XDreme, and it is working well on my bike rides.

Forget the SJ1000 - get a real camera.

August 13, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterKerry Neighbour

Everyone has a right to formulate their own opinion on these action cameras. One negative review probably does not do justice to much of anything, as there are many more positive reviews to weed through when one starts thinking if they wish to purchase a camera like this or not. You really have to weigh out all recommendations as an individual. I guess I am lucky, as I have not had the same problems as many others with my GoPro cameras or even this camera. I also have an Exdreme HD camera, but I'd not rate it much better than this camera. In fact, it too has many faults of its own. My GoPro cameras have each required some mods to make the most out of provided or purchased mounts. The Exdreme camera certainly has issues with some mounts, as well and the shape alone can be a negative, too. This camera is easy enough to make some DIY mounts for and to adapt it to other situations with a little thought. Not everyone purchases or needs a camera that mounts onto a helmet any easier than this one does. If you really want a bad experience just purchase a Tachyon camera and compare it to others. Contour has folded and many of the more high priced or high end cameras all have their own unique faults. A bit of silicon grease helps the waterproof abilities of this camera's case. Most of the action cams have unique problems associated with claims of being waterproof, too. The camera I have seems to be somewhat different than the one that Kerry seems to have problems with. That does not mean that his observations are incorrect, but simply his own view. Maybe I am just lucky, but this camera was not a waste of money in my opinion. I don't know of any action camera that is really brilliant in filming night scenes, including a GoPro. I believe some of the negative comments may be more in what video editing programming is being used or the abilities of the computer used. I don't get the shake effect enough to say it is a camera fault. Again, perhaps I am just lucky, but I am also satisfied, too. Each of my cameras have good and bad features. It is really up to me to figure out how to adapt and make the best of them for what I want or expect.
Me, I'd continue to recommend this camera as another back up for my GoPro cameras or my other host of cameras I keep on hand. The individual can decide for themselves as to how much stock they put into a review.

August 14, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterCoupe1942

Here are just a few ideas for mounts and adaptations for this camera mounting. I have others that are not in this particular set. It is actually fairly easy to adapt many different mounts to this camera. I have magnetic mounts done in this same manner. I do recommend using a faucet washer, as that will set the camera case up just enough to allow the back door of the housing to open freely when on most mounts. There are likely tons of other ideas that folk can come up with to make this camera work even better, but these are just a sampling to show that the weakness of the mounts can indeed be overcome with some critical thinking and a bit of creativity.

The small mount that is a swivel and looks like a GoPro tripod adaptor mount can easily be adapted by grinding off the bottom fasteners and then simply attaching it flush with a 1/4 X 20" set screw on the bottom or using the sticky pads provided. You can also use 3M Dual Lock tape, too. This mount can then be set up on a motorcycle helmet, but I'd have to upload a pic of it to explain just how. It is an easy enough adaptation for such though. I don't have specific pics of this mount at the moment, but I'll upload some later today.

August 14, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterCoupe1942

I have the same problem as @robert. In the lower left corner the image is out of focus. I think the lens is not attached properly during assembly of the camera. Anyone know how I can easily fix that???

August 15, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterUserBg

Kerry Neighbour

All cameras will suffer vibration if you mount them badly. This is just physics, nothing to do with video quality.

All cameras will struggle at night time ... maybe related to the lack of light that typically occurs at night ?. Under street lighting this cam performs pretty well compared to others.

Mounts are easily adapted to get something useable. I have a perfectly useable helmet mount. Wasn't hard to do with a bit of imagination.

Never had any interest in the Xdreme for the simple reason it's bulky, heavy, cumbersome and the sound is terrible. Can't think of anything worse I'd want to attach to a helmet if you want to avoid neck strain. And it doesn't come with any means of attaching to a helmet whatsoever ... surely rules it out as Action Cam ?

August 16, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterAlexie

>>All cameras will suffer vibration if you mount them badly. This is just physics, nothing to do with video quality.
True. But I basically just walked around with the SJ1000 in my hand. Then mounted it with the suction mount to the windscreen. Even walking around, I found the video almost unusable. I even had my kids walk around with it during an outside party we had. Totally unusable.

>>All cameras will struggle at night time ... maybe related to the lack of light that typically occurs at night ?. Under street lighting this cam performs pretty well compared to others.

Fair enough. But certainly ALL cameras do not struggle at night time. As I write this, I am looking at 6 IP security cameras that I have mounted around my house (and it is now night time) - all six cameras are showing me scenes that are almost as clear as day. But I don't want to use this camera at night, so it is really not an issue for me. I am a road cyclist, and I simply want a camera mounted to my helmet so that if a car hits me, cuts me off, abuses me, etc, I have some record of it. I really only looked at this camera as the battery life is pretty good - and you can get spare batteries.

>>Mounts are easily adapted to get something useable. I have a perfectly useable helmet mount. Wasn't hard to do with a bit of imagination.
Sure - I see a lot of other people are making their own mounts as well. Kind of defeats the purpose of buying a camera with mounts - if you then have to make your own mounts. But I understand the cost trade-off. One of my issues with the mounts is that I would not trust any one of them. Certainly the silly little clip in mount is a joke. You could not do anything vigorous (ie action related) with it.

>>Never had any interest in the Xdreme for the simple reason it's bulky, heavy, cumbersome and the sound is terrible. Can't think of anything worse I'd want to attach to a helmet if you want to avoid neck strain. And it doesn't come with any means of attaching to a helmet whatsoever ... surely rules it out as Action Cam ?

I am not sure if we are talking about the same camera. I don't agree with any of your descriptions - except that the sound is terrible. You can plug in an external microphone (it even comes with one), if that is what you need. It is not bulky or heavy - I use it on my road bicycle helmet and I simply do not even notice it. The low profile shape is perfect for a helmet - unlike the SJ1000 (or the GoPro) - which sticks out like a sore thumb. The low profile is great. I originally bought the Drift HD170 for the same reasons - good battery life and low profile. I think the Xdreme is better than the Drift HD170, better build quality, better video quality and better batteries. It is lighter as well. The Xdreme also comes with a vented helmet mount - although I have to admit to not using it. I am a bit puzzled by your assertion that it comes with no helmet mounts whatsoever. Mine certainly did - and they are as solid as a rock - they would NEVER break. But they are not quick release, so I simply use the mounts from my Drift - they bolt straight on. The Drift has a much better system mounting system than the Xdreme. Both are better than the SJ1000. I really would like to get the new Drift HD Ghost - but it is nearly $500 (more expensive than the GoPro Black, if you can believe it).

So far I have not been able to work out a reliable system to mount the SJ1000 to my helmet. Technically, I know I can combine a few of the provided mounts together, but they are so flimsy they certainly could not be trusted out on the road. At the very least you would have to use rubber bands or something to hold the camera unit into the mount. And then the whole thing would be sticking a foot up into the air - ridiculous. But just as silly as a GoPro looks, so it is not worse there - except that the GoPro mounts are a lot more sturdy. So even though the camera is light (it is about the same weight as the Xdreme) - the lever effect of the 6" long mount would be hard to control. If you put the camera into the waterproof case (which I would have to do as I cycle in the rain), then it becomes heavier than the Xdreme by far. The Xdreme is waterproof with no case at all. I saw that one user here kind of glued the camera to an almost flush mount on the front of a motor cycle helmet - that might work for me, I guess.

But to be frank - I have better things to do with my time than trying to figure out/build a reliable mount. I understand that other people like that sort of stuff, and good luck to them.

I have also found another serious problem for me. You do not know when the thing is recording. This is especially true when you have the camera in the waterproof case and mount. You can barely see the screen at all. The Xdreme has very nice (and loud) audio beeps when you start and end recording. When you are out on the road - you cannot see the screens (in any of these cameras), so sound is the only way to tell. That is why the Drift have remote controls of course.

August 16, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterKerry Neighbour

Has anyone got one - or ideally two - of the black plastic clips for the SJ1000 (the ones that slide into the back of the underwater housing) going spare?

I've now broken *both* of mine, and it's a bit of an embuggerance. I need two working clips (which I bolt back-to-back) in order to attach my SJ1000 to my (bodged with a couple of washers) Edge GoPro handlebar mount. At the moment, I'm using the camera held into place with half a yard of nylon webbing, but it's only a matter of time before it experiences a *third* fatal impact with the road if everything unravels.

As an aside, for now the SJ1000 is the only game in town. GoPros and other "brand" cameras are too expensive, and the SJ1000 is the only action cam I've found which is (i) cheap enough, (ii) good enough image quality, and most importantly (iii) has a two-hour-plus battery life.

August 16, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterRichard D

Richard: There are completely new clips now, they look much like GoPro clips and are much harder to break, they changed almost all the mounts, they are so much better now. Maybe you could try to contact some of the sellers, if they can send them to you separately.

August 16, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterFreeman

@UserBg Forget it. i tried to fix it but without success. The Problem seems to be that the axis of the lens is not rectangular to the Chip. You can't fix it with a simple focus adjustment.
Send it back and try to get a new one.

August 16, 2013 | Unregistered Commenterrobert

Great site, wish I knew about it 3 camera's ago.

I've watched the full 27min review on the SJ1000, brilliant, great information.

Regarding the missing power button on the case, I see there is text stating the cases have been updated since the review was done. Do you know if the case modifications is an Additional Power button, or merely shifting the location of the previous Menu button, moving the problem to Menu instead of power?

Having looked on eBay to purchase, I'm only seeing one button on that side of the case, some appear to be in different locations.


August 17, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterDavid from Aus

David, have a look at some earlier comments, I think some people have received the new case and mentioned that it doesn't have the up and down arrows now....which isn't such a great loss.

August 17, 2013 | Registered CommenterTechmoan

A number of sellers haven't updated their listings to show the new case, and some may still have old stock. But the underwater housing I received a few weeks ago (as a replacement) was the new version.

A beefed-up rear door (though I still wouldn't bet on it being proof against the ingress of water), and three buttons - the power button (on the opposite side to the clip that holds the back on - another improvement over v1), the mode button and the OK button (both on the top). You can't change any of the settings with these three buttons, but they're the only ones you normally need access to.

The old case gave you the menu button, mode and OK buttons, and the up/down buttons (on the same side as the clip) - so you could change the settings, but turning the camera on or off meant you had to take it out of the UWH.

If you only see three buttons, you're getting the new case; if you see five buttons, you might be seeing the old pictures but you might get the old case. FWIW, my case was set out to me by the supplier of my camera; originally, with the camera when I ordered it in May, I got the v1 case; when that broke and I asked for a replacement at the start of July, I got the v2 case - without knowing that there had been a design change.

August 17, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterRichard D

Thanks for that but I've since managed to push a lot harder and get it to click in. I've not removed it from the mount since, although maybe I should as I'm getting a fair bit of wobble in the holder even though everything is done up tightly.
Anyone got a good anti-vibration setup for in-car recording with pics they'd can share by any chance? :)

August 17, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterBen

Yeah you have to modify the casing slightly to fit in all 3 batteries, and wire them up of course, but you can get them in easily as there's a fair bit of room in the side of the case.

August 17, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterBen

I just received my SJ1000. The mount issues you showed in the video seem to have been addressed as my suction cup mount is not loose or flimsy at all. Also, the case has had the buttons remedied for proper on-off usage.

My issues deal with playback. The instruction manual is anything but complete and detailed so I have three questions: 1- Can playback or video review be done on the 1.5" camera screen. 2- What is the best way to playback the video or pictures taken onto a computer? 3- Can this play directly to my 1080P TV that has HDMI slots?

I used Windows Media Player to review my video but I wonder if there is a better method. These are my only frustrations as the picture and audio quality are wonderfully clear.

If there is a more complete instruction manual I would appreciate any links or direction.

August 17, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterScottP

August 17, 2013 | ScottP

Playback works fine on camera. Just use Mode button to get to playback mode, use up and down arrows to circle your videos and photos and use OK to play the video. While playing, you can also use the arrows to increase and decrease the speed or play the video backwards.
Playing the video on the computer isn't as much problem of the player as of the computer. 1080p video could be too much for some lower setups (integrated graphic cards). Also, the video and audio tracks are in Apple QuickTime container, co WMP might not like that, but since video is in AVC and audio in PCM, he should get over it. Just for sake, you could try it in VLC player, it is much better than WMP anyway.

August 17, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterFreeman

Use Media Player Classic Home Video, it's better than Windows Media Player (which had problems playing 1080P on 2 different PCs in my case. Tearing and blocking, didn't like .MOV at all although at 720 it was OK).

Have you actually tried AAA batteries Ben ?. It's not just a question of half destroying the case trying to get them in. You then have to connect them to the 3 tiny pins at the top of the battery compartment. Even more fundamentally the voltages of AAA NiMh cells and LiPo are completely incompatible. The camera charge/discharge circuitry is designed for a LiPo, it won't work with NiMh cells. Probably irrelevant now anyway given that it's easy enough to get a replacement original battery off EBay.

August 18, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterAlexie

Just a little comment on the replacement battery. I bought this one from eBay from seller hopezone001 and it is absolutely identical to the one, that came with the camera, also charge is the same. Both batteries allow from 2h 25min to 2h 30min recording on 1080p with screensaver on.

August 18, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterFreeman

Yes Alexie I opened up the the case and modified it to fit 3 AAA's. Also soldered wires and contacts to the existing ones. It runs off them perfectly fine, unfortunately the sd card runs out before the battery now, but I can live with that. Maybe I oversimplified what I had changed but if I can do it, anyone can, I'm certainly not an electronics guru. I won't ever charge them in the camera, or plug anything else in. No idea if it's invisibly damaging anything inside, but it's working and that's all I care about.
If others want more power then there are plenty of other easier ways to do it, I just prefer not to spend extra money and to just use things I already have to hand.

August 18, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterBen

@robert just for info from where you get your camera.

My cam is from and I sent a letter to them about the issue and now I'm waiting for reply...

August 18, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterUserBG

Hi Matt,

Does the new, revised version look like this?

It seems they have *ekhm* redesigned the case by moving right button from menu to the power but in the same time they got rid of the up/down buttons on the left... weird.
And I just don't see if there's any improvement to the tripod screw.

August 20, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterLuke

@Freeman - I've contacted four sellers to see if I could buy the slide-in clips (or the whole accessory set) separately; one contacted me back saying "no", the rest haven't bothered to reply (so I'll take those as "no" too).

If there is anyone here who can spare one, or ideally two, of the slide-in clips, I'll reimburse you. Because right now my camera is held in place with nylon webbing and prayers :(

August 20, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterRichard D

@Richard D

Try here:

Or any other seller via Alibaba/Aliexpress.
So far, not a single email to any seller was left unreplied :)

August 20, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterLuke

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