Apexcam M80 Pro VS Campark X20 4K Budget Action Camera Comparison Review

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October 12, 2019
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In this Apexcam VS Campark comparison post, we're going to take a look at two very popular budget 4K action camera models. The Apexcam M80 Pro, which I'm totally in love with myself, and the feature-packed Campark X20.

When it comes to affordability, you can't beat both of these budget action cameras.

Of course, you can spend hundreds of dollars on more expensive makes and models, however, if you're just looking for something decent and not too shabby or expensive to take with you on holiday, or on your next skiing or surfing trip, these little cameras can pack just as much punch as some of the bigger and well-known brands of sports cams.

Apexcam M80 Pro

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I got the pleasure of getting my hands on the Apexcam M80 back in the summer of 2019, and I instantly fell in love with it just after a short use.

The most stand out features for me was just how light this action cam was, along with EIS (advanced image stabilization), and a nice large HD screen.

You can check out the video below for a more detailed, hands-on review of the M80 Pro.

You can also check out my detailed review of the Apexcam M80 Pro EIS here.

Campart X20 4K

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Campark is also one of my favorite makers of budget action cameras. For a few years, I've used their amazing ACT74 model which I recently reviewed here.

Their X20 model, which I also took out for a test drive earlier this year, however, is one of Campark's top-end and best-selling cameras.

Like the Apexcam M80 Pro, the X20 comes with built-in EIS, a ton of accessories, and more.

Interestingly enough, the X20 actually comes with a little more in the way of features than the M80 Pro.

OK, so since this is a comparison review, below I've outlined the main features of both of these cameras so you can compare them side by side. Check them out and decide which one would be best suited for you.

Apexcam M80 Pro

Sensor
4K 20MP
HD Sony OmniVision

Stabilization
EIS Anti-shake

Wide Angle
170-deg Auto Adjust

WiFi
Yes

Microphone
Yes (built-in)
Yes, ext mic input.

Micro SD Capacity
Class 10, 32GB (Max)

Screen
2 inch HD

Front Screen
No

Remote Control
Yes

Output
HDMI/FPV

Waterproof
40 Meters

Batteries
X 2 Rechargeable
(With Dock)

Accessories
Yes

Storage Case
Yes

Campark X20 4K

Sensor
4K 20MP
Sony CMOS

Stabilization
EIS Anti-shake

Wide Angle
170-deg Middle/Narrow

WiFi
Yes

Microphone
Yes (built-in)
No ext mic input.

Micro SD Capacity
Class 10, 32GB (Max)

Screen
2 inch HD (Touchscreen)

Front Screen
Yes (LED)

Remote Control
Yes

Output
HDMI

Waterproof
30 Meters

Batteries
X 2 Rechargeable
(With lead only)

Accessories
Yes

Storage Case
No

Check Price of Apexcam M80 on Amazon.co.uk

Check Price of Apexcam M80 on Amazon.com

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Check Price of CamPark X20 on Amazon.co.uk

Check Price of CamPark X20 on Amazon.com

Check Price of CamPark X20 on Amazon.ca

So as you can see, both of these little cameras come with plenty of options and amazing features. Again, some notable features that come with the Campark X20 model are dual-screen, and, of course, a touch screen.

The Apexcam, on the other hand, comes with an FPV video transmitter, and being so lightweight, makes it perfect for attaching to an RC drone or car. It also comes with a charging dock and a sturdy carrying case.

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