TomTom Bandit: Adventures on the go

We sent a family out to test the TomTom Bandit — the first 4k Ultra HD camera with action sensors – to find out how easy it is to capture and share great action videos from your travels. Check out what they came up with

By National Geographic Traveller (UK)
Published 13 Sept 2016, 10:42 BST

Introducing the TomTom Bandit

Easy editing in minutes

Editing can be a pain, but with TomTom Bandit and the free companion app it's a breeze. Edit hours of footage on your phone without having to download footage first. Quickly find video highlights in hours of footage and make a film you can be proud of. Use your time to make memories not edit them!

Built-in motion sensors
Built-in motion sensors automatically identify a highlight when you've made a big move, significantly increased your speed, or pulled a major stunt. They track G-force, Speed, Rotation, Acceleration, Altitude, and more. Manually tag highlights on the go, using them for easy editing or to show sensor stats in your final video.

No cables
TomTom Bandit LogoFinally leave those cables at home thanks to our Batt-Stick™ battery. With integrated USB 3.0 and microSD card reader that lets you charge your battery and transfer files quickly, you'll spend less time fiddling with cables. With the Batt-Stick™, we've changed the way you film your adventures and pack for them.

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