Real 4K resolution, not interpolated!
EKEN H8S features a 14 MP Panasonic MN34110 sensor.
EKEN H8S uses an Ambarella chip
The available resolutions stated on EKEN’s website are as follows:
- 4K – max. 25fps
- 2,7K – max. 30fps
- 1080p – max. 60 / 30 fps
Photo output is the same resolution as the sensor offers in effective pixels: 14 MP in .jpg format.
EKEN H8S has a 170° lens.
Connectivity & Ports:
Wifi is built in to connect with the EZ iCAM app (Android & iOS).
It also offers a HDMI as well as a micro USB port.
Microphone input via USB & A/V out via USB are not available.
Usually EKEN models feature an “R” in their name when the remote is included, nevertheless the controller is included with H8S.
It is splash proof and has a working distance of 8m / 26ft.
32 and 64GB microSD cards are supported, U3 (90 MB/s) cards are required and according to the manual FAT 32 and exFAT formatted cards can be used.
These are the card requirements and recommended cards according to the manual:
The EKEN H8S has a “dual display” similar to H8 series cameras, which means a data/status display on the front and a 2” live view screen on the backside.
Same layout compared to GoPro Hero 4 silver. The 2″ display on the back has a 320×240 pixel resolution.
Like the other EKEN models, H8S features a 1050 mAh battery. Charging time is 3 hrs and recording time in 4K is stated with 50mins.
EKEN H8S has the same size & button layout as EKEN H8 series and GoPro Hero 4 cameras. As EKEN H8S is the same size as a GoPro Hero 4 it is compatible with most GoPro accessories.
59 x 21.4 x 41 mm; 61g (including battery)
Compared to other EKEN cameras the included mounts are less than for others, but still a lot of accessories included: