Introducing The New “sharkeye” Feature In MGCOOL Explorer Pro

MGCOOL Explorer Pro was launched recently with support for 4K video shooting at 30 fps, Allwinner V3 processor and Sony IMX179 sensor. The main highlight of MGCOOL Explorer Pro is the integration of a new  “Sharkeye “ feature. When you are capturing an image or video via sport camera, you need to pay importance to distortion. Otherwise, the captured content will be blurred and shaky.

MGCOOL has employed a unique “Sharkeye” lens, which is capable of delivering distortion-free 4K images and videos using 170-degree wide angle lens, which is not found in any other competing cameras. Even the SJ6 Legend worth $159 doesn’t ships with improved lens such as Sharkeye.

If you look at the competing action cameras, they will ship with conventional lens. However, the 6G Sharkeye lens technology included with MGCOOL Explorer Pro helps you to stay one step ahead by capturing brilliant images and visuals with enhanced light transmission and color revivification.

The main purpose of the Sharkeye lens is to enhance the distortion correction capability. With 6G Sharkeye wide-angle HD lens, the total amount of light entering into the sensor will increase and the distortion will be reduced to a great extent.

On the specifications front, the MGCOOL Explorer Pro features a 2-inch display, 64GB storage expansion, Sony IMX179 Sensor, 30m waterproof, 13m Wi-Fi, and 1050mAh battery.

MGCOOL has infused the feature for the first time after the company launched series of action cameras, which got rave reviews among the fans.

If you have any doubts, just compare the attached image, which compares a picture captured using MGCOOL Explorer Pro and a conventional action camera without Sharkeye. You have to experience the feature to believe the rich capabilities of the Sharkeye lens.

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