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There's not much an Olfi one.five owner is left wanting, despite the unit costing half the price of GoPro's leading camera.
GPS, voice activation and the ability to link external sensors, such as Garmin's numerous cycling products, are just a few things missing from the package, but for those who simply want to capture good-looking footage without breaking the bank, there's very little to complain about.
The battery life is a bit of a let-down – but that's also true of many modern action cameras – while image clarity and vibrancy don't quite live up to GoPro standards.
However, at this price, the Olfi one.five is very difficult to ignore.
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