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[The Source] Sony HDR-AS50R Action Cam $99.99

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[The Source] Sony HDR-AS50R Action Cam $99.99

Sony HDR-AS50R Action Cam
Regular $249.99 (at TheSource, everywhere else it's more like $149.99)
Sale $99.99

Summary
Get ready to capture every thrill and spill when you use the ultra-tough Sony Action Cam, which includes simple and advanced features for maximum fun. SteadyShot stabilizes POV movies by suppressing tiny vibrations caused by bike riding or other intense activities. A sharp, ultra-wide ZEISS® Tessar lens lets you record landscapes and aerial shots with panoramic viewing angles, allowing for truly unique footage. Feel free to get playful by using the supplied Underwater Housing, which will let you explore far and wide by providing protection against shocks, rust, dust and sand.
Camera Features

Video Resolution: 1080p, 60fps
Still Image Resolution: 11.1MP
Storage: Memory Stick Micro, SD/SDHC/SDXC class 4 or higher
Battery: 3.6V Li-Ion 1240mAh Rechargeable Battery


Some stock available at some stores but is available online.

Ebates = 2%


Seems reasonable for an action cam. If you crash and burn at least you're only out a C-note Winking Face
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Sep 3, 2014
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I like the Sony ones.

Good price, but works better with the LiveView remote.

I scored an HDR-AZ1 for $80 from Sportchek last year WITH the LiveView remote. Now that was a deal!
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PM Best Buy for another $10 off.
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Mar 6, 2003
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thedealhunter2000 wrote: This model can only work down to -10c tho. Which means maybe down to 0C before you add in the wind chill of riding/driving.
No

Windchill is irrelevant to non-living entities when it comes to temperature limits.

If you measure the temperature of a nonliving item at 0C, with a windchill of -20, the item will still show a temperature of 0C.

All windchill does is cause heat loss to occur more quickly, but it does not mean an item gets any colder.
RFD is not just about saving money, it's about the thrill of the hunt and getting the stuff I want without paying full price like Joe Shmoe did.
This applies to everyday items as well as high end items that I don't really need.
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warpdrive wrote: No

Windchill is irrelevant to non-living entities when it comes to temperature limits.

If you measure the temperature of a nonliving item at 0C, with a windchill of -20, the item will still show a temperature of 0C.

All windchill does is cause heat loss to occur more quickly, but it does not mean an item gets any colder.
(While I know what you mean....and the science...I just feel like pointing out what you just typed...)

...Because that's what you 'measured' in the first place...hahaha

e.g. If you measure the temperature of a nonliving item at 0C, with a windchill / fridge / sun of -20 / -38 / +15million c, the item will still show a temperature of 0C.

i.e. What you state in the middle is irrelevant...because your measurement comes from the first measure...LoL.

Must have been a long day at work.
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chatbox wrote: (While I know what you mean....and the science...I just feel like pointing out what you just typed...)

...Because that's what you 'measured' in the first place...hahaha

e.g. If you measure the temperature of a nonliving item at 0C, with a windchill / fridge / sun of -20 / -38 / +15million c, the item will still show a temperature of 0C.

i.e. What you state in the middle is irrelevant...because your measurement comes from the first measure...LoL.

Must have been a long day at work.
I think that was his point ... windchill is irrelevant.
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Oct 23, 2007
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The stronger the wind chill, the less likely I am outside using it.
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I had this action cam and used it skiing in Utah and BC in temps well below -10C and had no problems at all with it running.
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Says that it's not available
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Serbtastic wrote: It shows up as $399.99 for me. Deal dead early?
It's out of stock.
You likely didn't click on the offer link above and were looking at the other model that comes with the wireless viewer add-on.

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