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SiOnyx Aurora is the newest action camera that may take full-color images and videos even in low-light conditions. Due to its ultra-light sensitive, SiOnyx Aurora will shoot colorful images at night.
The Aurora is “the only HD action video camera with true day and night color imaging,” SiOnyx says, noting that it has received over 40 patents related to the camera. SiOnyx was founded back in 2006 by Professor Eric Mazur and Dr. James Carey of Harvard University.
“SiOnyx has developed a new semiconductor process that dramatically enhances the infrared sensitivity of silicon-based imaging,” the company says. “It’s ultra-low-light technology enables richly-defined color images and video during the day and twilight, combined with unmatched high-resolution viewing in near total darkness.”
As mentioned in their official website “The Aurora Night-Vision Camera is transforming the way people capture and share their lives. Its advanced ability to reveal and record activities from dusk to dawn makes night your new playground”.
Below see for yourself [Aurora Dusk to Darkness]
Aurora Night Camera vs GoPro
As you see the differences are visible․
The camera weighs just 8 ounces (0.23kg) and sized to fit comfortably in one hand for easy operation. In addition to using the built-in OLED display, you can also pair the camera with an iOS and Android device to control the camera on a larger screen.
Let’s see the specifications!
Sensor – Ultra Low Light CMOS
Night Vision – Moonless starlight capable
Display – Color or monochrome
Lens – 16mm; F/1.4, 2.0, 5.6 selectable
Video – 720p • .MOV
FPS – 8, 15, 24, 30, 60
Photo – 9MP images
Time Lapse – 1/s, 1/5s, 1/10s, 1/15s, 1/30s, 1/60s
IMU – GPS, Accelerometer, Compass
Connectivity – WiFi, USB 2.0
Storage – Micro SD 4-32GB
Viewfinder – Micro OLED display
Waterproof – Waterproof IP67
Battery – Rechargeable 2h continuous
Phone OS – iOS, Android
APPs – Marine, Hiking, Team
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