Our Akaso EK7000 Review!

After publishing our Akaso Brave 4 review a few days back we decided to publish our Akaso ek7000 review as it is a previous generation of the same camera that is standing up to the test of time pretty well against many of the competing budget action cameras on the market right now. Although we would always recommend the Brave 4 model over the EK7000 due to it not having a much higher price tag with superior technology, the EK7000 is perfect for those on a very tight budget.

Akaso cameras have set themselves the goal of becoming the best entry-level action camera company on the market and with the Akaso EK7000 being one of their first generation action cams, they definatley got off to a solid start. With its ability to record 4K video footage at 25 frames per second it was groundbreaking back at the time of its launch.

This essentially forced the competing action camera brands on the market to up their game to stand any chance of turning a profit and is one of the main reasons that the EK7000 become so popular within such a short amount of time while earning itself the excellent reputation that is holds within the community today.

The video footage embedded below was recorded using the Akaso EK7000 and shows just how high quality the video footage and audio track quality on the camera is. Not bad at all considering that it is much cheaper than a GoPro!

The camera sensor on the EK7000 is able to capture photographs of up to 12MP ensuring that you are able to capture some beautiful photographs when using the action camera too. The robust build quality, especially when in its included case is excellent too allowing you to use it in any extreme sport you want to without having to worry about it breaking.

We have decided to embed the video below to share an external opinion of the camera from a totally third-party reviewer as we feel that it will help our readers get an overview of the performance of the Akaso EK7000. You are also able to further improve the performance of the Akaso EK7000 if you invest in a great little wearable gimbal.