AKASO Brave 7 LE 4K30FPS 20MP WiFi Action Camera with Touch Screen Vlog Camera EIS 2.0 Remote Control 131 Feet Underwater Camera with 2X 1350mAh…

(9 customer reviews)

Original price was: $159.99.Current price is: $139.99.

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  • BORN ALL-WEATHER ACTION CAMERA – Brave 7 LE action camera is weatherproof and distinct to unlock all the filming scenarios and ease your vlogging experience. Its IPX7 water-resistant design can protect the action camera from rain, snow and water splashing. Your underwater adventure can even down to 131FT/40M while equipped with the included waterproof housing.
  • CONVENIENT DUAL-DISPLAY – With innovate dual color screens design, you can change framing and monitoring views between back and front, especially the vivid front screen can satisfy your selfies need and 2-inch back touch screen makes it easy to use than ever.
  • SHOOT 4K VIDEO & 20MP PHOTO – This action camera can take hyper-quality 4K 30Fps video and 20MP photo, recording your adventure without missing any details!
  • ELECTRONIC IMAGE STABILIZATION 2.0 – This action camera is equipped with improved 6-axis EIS, it can provide gimbal-like stabilization and greatly boost the stability and fluency of your recording. It can enable excellent footage even you or the object is in fast-moving.
  • A FULL SET OF PROFESSIONAL FUNCTIONS & FREE ACCESSORIES – Digital zoom function and various shooting modes, such as time-lapse, burst photo and fast motion, help you create your footage beyond imagination. Included accessories of 2 rechargeable batteries, remote, waterproof housing and multifunctional mounting kits help you expand your usage scenarios with pleasant budget.
Brand Name


Item Weight

‎1.32 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎2.44 x 1.61 x 1.26 inches

Item model number

‎Brave 7 LE


‎2 Lithium Polymer batteries required.

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Special Features

‎time-lapse, image-stabilization

9 reviews for AKASO Brave 7 LE 4K30FPS 20MP WiFi Action Camera with Touch Screen Vlog Camera EIS 2.0 Remote Control 131 Feet Underwater Camera with 2X 1350mAh…

  1. Cristina

    A câmera aparenta ser de excelente qualidade. Tivemos problema com o número de rastreio que foi enviado inicialmente, mas a empresa se disponibilizou em ajudar e enviou prontamente os dados corretos

  2. Dave

    Tiny piece of plastic broke away that secures the latch to battery / SD card. Basically now useless.
    Clearly defective. Tried to reach an amicable solution with AKASO, but they blew me off and are now ignoring my e mails.
    Low end, garbage camera constructed from nasty brittle plastic. You get less than you pay for.
    It makes a good match for the customer service.

  3. Breck

    Is it a Go Pro? No. Is it a fantastic value, 4k, 30FPS action camera with great image stabilization and an easy-to-use interface? Yes, yes it is. I chose this over several other models. I like the front viewing screen, it really helps when setting up shots sometimes. The app works great and has a layout, and the remote works better than others I’ve tried before. The camera performs better than I anticipated, and I’ve been VERY impressed with the image stabilization. I mean, start with realistic expectations, you’re paying a little over a hundred bucks for it, so you’re not going to shoot an Imax movie on your dirtbike on a single track. But it’s a great little camera for what it is. I’m very pleased with it so far and look forward to shooting with it alot more. If you’re looking for a high-quality, value-priced action camera you should definitely check it out. You won’t be sorry!

  4. Bob K

    I’ve been scuba diving for a long time. I had an 8mm camcorder that I built a waterproof housing for. That evolved into digital cameras. When the Hero2 came out, I jumped on it and was very pleased with the results… and smallness of the camera. I have tried to replace the Hero2 with an inexpensive Action Camera that claimed to do 4K video. This camera just might be the replacement I’ve been looking for.

    If you have the budget and need a camera as good as a newer GoPro, this is probably not the camera you want to buy. But if you’re wanting something a bit cheaper that does fairly well. You should consider this camera.

    This is just for the “Brave 7 LE”. I don’t have any experience with other AKASO camera models. At the time of this review, the Brave 7 LE has already been replaced with a Brave 8

    For image stabilization… It does fairly well. It certainly does better than my Hero2 (that doesn’t have any image stabilization). But I have a cheap 4K drone that has much better image stabilization. With image stabilization on, and attempting to pan in a fairly smooth arch, I still see a bit of jumping and I see some of the “time-warp” artifacts you will sometimes get. The jumping might be caused by the storage not being able to keep up, but I am using a freshly formatted 32G SanDisk Extreme card.. I use the same card in my cheap 4K drone and don’t get any jumping.

    Picture quality… On a sunny day, the image quality is very good… I wouldn’t say excellent…. but very good. It appears that the sensor might do 4K natively, but I can’t verify that. Many of their cameras specifically call out being “Native 4K30”. This camera does not. But at 4K30, I am capturing video that is higher resolution that what I can display all at once (I don’t have a 4K monitor or TV). Low light is where this camera has its greatest challenge. I don’t have a tool to measure the quantity of light, but the image quality degrades more quickly in lower light than my older android phone. The camera has an “auto low light” mode. When that’s turned on, the image quality is actually worse in a low light scenario.

    “Picture Quality” and “Image Stabilization” are both impacted by some of the other features of this camera. It essentially has a “digital zoom” feature under “view angle”. It appears that more of the sensor is used to provide a wider viewing angle. The camera does a nice job of reducing the fish-eye distortion when you’re using the wider viewing angle, but that seems to use even more of the sensor as well as the processor. It appears that higher refresh rates at lower resolution have better image quality. If your highest priority is image quality, you might try a lower resolution and a higher refresh (like 1080p60).

    There are some really nice pictures and videos used in the product description page. If those pictures and videos were taken with this camera, I expect a lot of post-production work was done to make them look as good as they do. My pictures and videos don’t look nearly as nice.

  5. Juan

    Es una muy exelente camara, super recomendada😁👍

  6. Derrick

    Being that this is my first “action cam” I am not going to compare it to a GoPro or any other action cam. I am a Sony a77II shooter and record video quite often with that camera. This Brave 7LE 4k picture quality is as good or better than the 30-plus fps that my Sony records at. The Brave is still new to me so I can’t review all aspects of it. Just let me say that based on what I have seen so far, the construction, and the accessories that come with it, it is for me a very good purchase. It has replaced my Sony a57 as my second camera. The pictures I posted are still frames from the short video I shot.

  7. Cliente de Amazon

    Excelente camara tipo go pro a un súper precio

  8. Daniel G


    As a first time owner of an action camera I’m very pleasantly surprised by the apparent quality & design of this camera. Double screens? MicroSD slot inside the battery compartment? Waterproof case included? Awesome!

    I’ll be using this for freediving & later spearfishing, so the waterproof case was a deal maker. For an excellent price I get everything I imagined when I thought “It sure would be nice to have something to record the nurse sharks 🦈 & sea turtles 🐢.”

    Also registered for the 2 year warranty (only available up to 7 days after delivery) & the costumer service seems really efficient & helpful. Even got some discounts for future accessories!

    The only thing I don’t like so far is the lack of a safety mechanism to prevent accidentally opening the waterproof case.
    As it stands you probably have as much a chance to get struck by lightning as you do of accidentally opening the case… but if you were to bump into a rock or hard surface at just the perfect angle in a downward trajectory (like freediving 👀); or if you accidentally brushed the latch too hard with your hands at just the right angle, it could come undone.
    Extremely unlikely, but something to keep in mind. Would definitely like it to have a safety mechanism to eliminate this entirely.

    Will update after first use in parkour, & first use in freediving. . .

  9. Sarah Tomaka

    I upgraded to the Brave 7 LE after using a V50x for a year. I use this mounted on my bicycle’s handlebars and record in loop video mode. I purchased the V50x primarily based on the low price and felt that I got what I paid for. I encountered numerous bugs in its design and felt that it was somewhat of an incomplete product. Not so with the Brave which has performed well. When I operated the V50x in the vicinity of my bicycle’s Wahoo computer, it emitted radio frequency signals that interfered with the GPS tracking. This is not a problem with the Brave. I also like that it is water resistant. As a bicyclist, I liked how lightweight the V50x is. The Brave 7LE (with battery) weighs almost a full 2 ounces heavier, but it also has a much more durable construction and is weather-resistant. I have not measured the battery life, but so far it seems to be acceptable. For the money, this is a great value, and I would buy this again.

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