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LeEco Liveman C1 4K Action Camera Launched

After exploring the smartphones market segment, the Chinese tech player has entered the action camera segment. Yes, LeEco has launched its first action camera tagged as Liveman C1 4K. The camera has been launched in the Chinese market and weighs only 67g. Surely, it is one of plus points of the Liveman C1.


LeEco Liveman C1 4K Key Features

The LeEco Liveman C1 4K has the ability to shoot 4K videos at 30FPS. The key competitors like Xiao Yi and GoPro offer the same level of recording but, this is the first time that any manufacturer has clocked 30FPS.

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Liveman C1 4K Accessories


LeEco Liveman C1 4K comes packed with a bunch of handy accessories to support seamless shooting. The list includes a submersible waterproof case that can shoot videos up to 40 meters underwater. Further, it is also accompanied with two self-adhesive mounts, extensions and a single GoPro style mount. It also comes with a USB wire to transfer video files and charge its 1050mAh battery pack.

LeEco Liveman C1 4K Specifications

The camera has a 16-megapixel sensor, 140-degree wide-angle lens, and G-sensor. This G-sensor supports automatic video recording at the time of movement is sensed.  The body comprises of a red dot button for recording, WiFi and other functions button on the side. Below you will find the slot for microSD and Micro HDMI live. The screen size is 1.8-inch which is TFT touchscreen. The touchscreen improves the navigation of the built in menu.

Market Availability

LeEco is planning to start the sales of its newly launched sports camera before Chinese New Year. The International availability will likely begin after it and Indian market might be offered with this camera as well.

Let’s see how LeEco Liveman C1 4K performs in a market where the competitors have already managed to establish a kind of dominance.


Abhishek Bhatnagar

Abhishek Bhatnagar, a known technology blogger & YouTuber from India. A Software Engineer by qualification, now he works as the editor-In-Chief, Webmaster, & Managing Director at Gadgets To Use. He runs a number of other technology websites as well.