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Mobius 2 action Camera Released

You can purchase the Mobius 2 here.

The Mobius has been a staple of the hobby for some time now. It was one of the first action cameras to be made which was specifically designed to be carried on a quadcopter. The flat design made it far more practical for multirotors than the classic GoPro design, which made it popular throughout the community.


The Mobius has experienced some significant competition in the past year with the Runcam 1 and 2 as well as the Foxeer Legend 1 and 2. Though the Mobius initially had market dominance with its cheap prices and its filming at 1080p at 30 frames per second and 720p at 60 frames per second. Competitors such as Runcam, the GoPro Session, the Runcam V2, and the Foxeer Legend 2 are now filming in 1080p at 60 frames per second, which ensures video free from jerks.

How have Mobius responded to his innovation….Presenting the Mobius 2.

Angle of View:FOV 130°(Diagonally: 165°) Super wide angle.
Video: 1080P 60fps, 1080P 30fps, 720P 120fps, 720P 60fps, 720P 30fps
H.265 HEVC and H.264 AVC, MP4
Photo: 1920*1080; 1280*720
Time Lapse photo supported. JPEG
Mode switches: Video Mode 1, Video Mode 2, Photo Mode, you can customize each mode to suit your application.
Interface:Mini 10Pin USB(USB2.0)
Memory: support Micro-SD memory card (not included in the package). Suggest Class 10 or above. 64GB card supported.
LED indicator light: Red, Yellow, Blue, Green
Internal lipo battery: 820mah. it can record over 120 minutes of 1080p 60fps Full HD videos
Power Input: standard USB DC5V, with over voltage protection (5.6V-25V)
Outer Dimensions: approx 64mm(L)*36.5mm(W)*18mm(H)
Net weight: approx 45 grams only, with battery included!


mobius2-02We must admit, though it is nice to see ever increasing competition in the market place, we feel that the Mobius two is too little to late (yes we just used all three ‘toos’ in  6 words). Really at this point in order to truly be an industry leader the mobius needs to be hitting 2K or 4K, especially with strong competition from SJCam with the M20.

We feel that for use in multirotor, the exposed controls could be an issue The door of the memory card is not protected – those who have seen them ejected microSD card on a Mobius knows that it’s not a good idea.


Right now it is selling for about $90 which still undercuts many of the traditional Action cameras, so it could a compelling buy for many?

Tell us what you think!

You can purchase the Mobius 2 here.

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  2. Considering that less than 30FPS has been the golden standard for the movie industry for a long time now, I don’t see any compelling reason to upgrade from the original mobius to this. There isn’t really a compelling reason to. As far as I can tell it’s not much of an upgrade. I’ll save my money and wait until a 2160P version comes out.

    • Video game industry goes through the frame rate war too. The human eye can not pick up anything faster than 30 fps. The faster frame rates are a money making gimmick. As for the 4k video. You need a 4k display to even see that. Which I admit, is a very nice video quality. However, unless you are making a profit from photography, you are wasting your money because true friends are NOT going to tell you that your 1080p HD is crappy. And if they did, I would probably pull out an old 1980s instant Polaroid photo.

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