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ION AIR PRO 3

ION AIR PRO 3

Smooth and compact design with stylish blue lines on its side, the Ion Air Pro 3 certainly looks apart. The market for action cameras is becoming frequently competing, and Ion is relatively a new entrant into that market. Both have released a few models in the past, but the Air Pro 3 is their best camera to date.

ION AIR PRO 3

ION AIR PRO 3

The Ion Air Pro 3 Wi-Fi has loads of features that make it a very pleasing action camera in the $250 price range.

Characteristics:

The circular design is more aerodynamic examined to its boxy competitors. It includes a sliding power button to start and stop recording video, micro SD slot, micro HDMI port, and control for HD and FHD record. But don’t just get our word for it, here is a transcript of iOn’s CEO talking about what’s new with Air Pro 3 and how they are showing up at cool places that should get you inspired.

ION AIR PRO 3

ION AIR PRO 3

The iOn Air Pro 3 is waterproof at a depth of 49 feet. Here is a moderate range for an action camera, and there are some cameras that offer shooting at three times as much intensity, but Ion does it without any impermeable casing which makes it easier to use as you don’t have to take out or put it into the casing for various shots. That being said, the Ion Air Pro 3 Wi-Fi offers a lot of other specifications that make it a challenging contender in the action camera market.

Stipulations:

The Ion Air Pro 3 shoots 1080p video at 60 outlines per second. A
160 degree view is more than enough to capture the action underwater as well as in the air. The camera can also take 12-megapixel photos which are more than suitable to capture good quality pictures.

The Wi-Fi enables the device to be attached to your Android or Apple phone, with which you can make some modifications and view live streaming of the action.

ION AIR PRO 3

ION AIR PRO 3

Conclusion:

The Ion Air Pro 3 Wi-Fi has numerous characteristics that make it a better value for money than the other cameras in this list. However, there are fascinating downsides that carry it back. The Ion ‘s hard to attach, and sometimes gives an unacceptable shooting angle due to the stand that has to be used to attach it to a headpiece.

Furthermore, the camera is unable to function at very low temperatures, thus making it an unsuitable device for ice skiing and similar sports. An improvement from its predecessor, the new Ion Air Pro 3 Wi-Fi still has some room for improvement.