Taking videos on the ‘go’ is more than a popular hobby, it has become a way of life, and even a means of income, for all sorts of folks in all kinds of industries, especially for extreme sports enthusiasts.
Action cameras have been around awhile, and they really haven’t change a whole lot, mostly they’ve gotten smaller, with tiny increases in frame rate and megapixels, but no substantial improvements have been made by the few companies that have dominated the market, until now.
The WG-M2, by Ricoh, has made some ‘huge’ advances, now arming action camera enthusiasts with 4k video at 30 fps and an unbelievable wide 204-degree view range, which are just some of its features, and there are many more. But, what really should catch people’s attention is that this is a hardy action camera that is truly built to handle the rugged on-the-go action. Basically, you can freeze it, drop it, knock it and drown it up to 65 feet, and still capture all the action! This is one tough action camera.