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Oregon Scientific ATC Chameleon

Oregon Scientific ATC Chameleon
alaScore 86

5 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 5 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the price. The usability is also appreciated. The features and portability get negative comments. There are some mixed comments about the size.

usability, price

portability, features

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Camcorders the Oregon Scientific ATC Chameleon is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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Oregon Scientific ATC Chameleon action cam is fun, but flawed

 

The dual-camera Oregon Scientific ATC Chameleon is a good idea, but the execution and the overall feature set are lacking.

The Oregon Scientific ATC Chameleon action cam puts two cameras in one splash-proof body, allowing you to capture two different angles simultaneously for one video. It's simple to use. A tripod mount is included, so you can use it with more than the...

The Chameleon does nothing else other than create videos with two different camera angles, and only creates split-screen movies. Video quality is merely OK, lacking detail and quite gelatinous

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Oregon Scientific ATC Chameleon Review

 

The idea of having two cameras in one action cam is a neat idea. However, Oregon Scientific's ATC Chameleon is too unwieldy, video quality isn't nearly up to par and it lacks many features other cameras in this price range offer. Having two of...

Shoots video in front of and behind you simultaneously, Easy controls

Large, Very bulky mounts, No mobile app, Blurry video, Doesn't take still images

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Oregon Scientific ATC Chameleon

 

The Oregon Scientific Chameleon is an affordable action camcorder with two separate 170-degree cameras. Read more in this review.

You get two separate 170-degree videos, which is unprecedented coverage for a single action camcorder

You can't split the video to watch one view at a time, so you're forced to watch both views simultaneously. Also, it can't record in 1080p, and its maximum frame rate is 30 fps

The Chameleon's two-camera design is interesting, but its lack of additional shooting and editing options is its Achilles' heel.