The internet has a problem with undertanding the passage of time. You've seen those spammy articles "Hey look how these Hollywood hearthrobs from the 1980s look now - number 15 will amaze you". It's somehow a surprise that people who are 35 years older.... look 35 years older
I get the same thing with reviews - videos I made five years ago are still on youtube - but the information is now out of date...the best action camera from 2010 is no longer the best in 2016. So all the comments on these videos say - "this camera is rubbish - the [insert camera that wasn't out when the video was made] is much better and cheaper."
I also came to realise that mentioning the price in a video was a bad idea, as people would write to me to say that the price had changed...or that the video was now wrong.
In 2013 I made a claim that the SVC200 was the best £100 action camera. It was. Now it isn't. However now it's £23 - does that make it a must buy - probably not...lets have a look.
As the video shows - tech moves just as quickly as prices - if you want a current action camera with good video quality and mic-in - then look to your right. The side bar there lists my favourites. The GitUp Git2 is the best budget camera with a mic in, the Dazzne P2 is the cheapest camera with good performance and the Yi 4K is the best 4K action camera I've tested (and probably the best one full stop).
So where does this leave the SVC200/400...we'll it's still the cheapest action camera with mic-in...but it's probably worth saving up a few £s for a better more modern camera.
If you want an SVC200/400 here's a few links.