News |Akaso Expands Its Brave 8 Series with the New Brave 8 Lite Action Cameras

Akaso Expands Its Brave 8 Series with the New Brave 8 Lite Action Camera

Meet the New Brave 8 Lite by Akaso: Expanding the Brave 8 Range with Innovative Features

Akaso Brave 8 Lite news

It’s been five months since we first reported on the Brave 8 Lite, but finally, as of April 10th it will be priced of $199; the camera has now been officially released, and we’ll have a review sample. We’ll have the full review with you shortly.

Akaso is set to expand its Brave 8 series with the addition of the Brave 8 Lite, a new action camera tailored to complement the existing Brave 8. This addition to the lineup is designed to cater to a broader range of extreme sports enthusiasts, offering distinct features while maintaining the quality and performance associated with the Brave 8 range.

The Brave 8 Lite will offer a unique blend of features, positioned as a more accessible option within the Brave 8 series. It retains core capabilities such as 4K60fps video and SuperSmooth stabilization, ensuring high-quality content creation. The Lite version’s emphasis on portability and user-friendliness makes it an appealing choice for those seeking a compact and versatile action camera.

I’m expecting a review sample soon, so I will be able to update you on the key differences between the two cameras. If you haven’t already checked out the full AKASO Brave 8 review, you can read that here.

Key Features of the Brave 8 Lite:

The Brave 8 Lite boasts several impressive specifications, enhancing the Brave 8 range with features such as:

  • 4K60fps video
  • SuperSmooth stabilization
  • Vertical Shooting
  • 4K HDR
  • 10M/33FT Waterproof
  • Pre-recording capability

Below are a few of the key differences between the Akaso Brave 8 and Brave 8 Lite:

  • Resolution and Performance: While both cameras offer 4K60fps video, the Brave 8 features higher resolution capabilities, including 48MP images and 8K time-lapse, which may not be present in the Lite version.
  • Advanced Features: The Brave 8 is equipped with features like Quad Pixel technology and a range of advanced stabilization options, which might be simplified in the Brave 8 Lite to cater to a more budget-friendly market.
  • Battery and Accessories: The Brave 8 comes with a larger battery and an array of 14 accessories, whereas the Brave 8 Lite might offer fewer accessories and potentially a smaller battery to keep it lightweight and cost-effective.
  • Design and Build: The Brave 8 Lite is likely to focus on a more compact and portable design, possibly with alterations in build materials to achieve a lower price point.

The Brave 8 Lite is expected to offer key features of the Brave 8 but in a more simplified and accessible package, appealing to users who prioritize portability and affordability.

For more information on the Brave 8 and its range, visit Akaso’s website.

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