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Author Topic: The action-camera market will be worth nearly US$9 billion by 2025  (Read 417 times)

Redaktion

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Action cameras are a popular device category, particularly among those who want to record their rugged pursuits wherever they go. A new report indicates that the market in question will grow to be worth US$8.9 billion in the next 5 years. This is thought to be influenced by similar performance by the travel and adventure-sports markets worldwide.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/The-action-camera-market-will-be-worth-nearly-US-9-billion-by-2025.451422.0.html

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My TG-2 is still working as intended.
I'm pretty sure that the TG-6 makes better pictures and videos, but I'm not sure the difference is worth it for sporadic use. People who use it a lot will probability find the TG-6 as an excellent choice.

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Need to start including Cycliq in these conversations.

 

 
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