Action camera deals are rare in the early months of the year, but if you're looking to get a head start on the year's photography you'll be happy to know there are already savings to be had. You can grab the DJI Osmo Action camera for just $269 / £299 right now - that's a fantastic $110 discount in the US and the cheapest we've seen the GoPro alternative go for on Amazon.
The DJI Osmo Action represents the drone-oriented company's first foray into the world of cheap action cameras. The 2019 camera is designed to put the pressure on GoPro, with a similar design, feature-set, and build but a smaller price tag overall.
At this price point, this cheap DJI deal offers fantastic value for money on the Osmo Action. You're getting 4K HDR video at 60fps, 'RockSteady' image stabilization and voice control among a wide range of shooting modes, custom settings, and useability tweaks that bring the Osmo Action up to GoPro's level.
These action camera deals may not last long, but while they do they offer the lowest price we've seen for the DJI Osmo Action in the US with the UK taking £30 off the price as well.
Today's best DJI Osmo Action camera deals
DJI Osmo Action |
£329 £299 at Appliance House
At just under £300, you're getting the DJI Osmo Action for a great price this week. Capable of filming 4K footage at 60fps, with fantastic image stabilisation, voice controls, and crystal clear stills, this cheap action camera is well worth its title as a GoPro competitor.
If you're still up for GoPro prices, you'll find the latest sales right here on TechRadar. Or, find more DJI deals with the latest drone sales. We're also tracking the best cheap dash cam deals as well.
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Tabs is a Deals Editor at TechRadar, bringing you all the latest savings on the tech everyone's talking about and covering deals on gaming, laptops, tablets and more in the US and UK. Happiest with a DualSense controller in her hand, she's also contributed to GamesRadar, Tom's Guide and T3 and specializes in gaming hardware and computing.