I got this Cloud Rover at Fry’s for $69 and thought I’d give you an overview and my thoughts on the device!
Author: The 8-Bit Guy
The iPhone 5 footage looked very solid, it actually really confused me you mentioned it in the video, since the footage looked so good to me, and I actually mistook it for a normal Point and Shoot of DSLR. Great lighting in the video by the way, it had the perfect amount of brightness that it didnt make the footage grainy, and didnt overexpose. I liked the colder color temperature in the video as well.
Hey are the G4’s now really obsolete?
iPhone video is not good quality. And the audio is not in this video, either.
You should get new headphones or speakers
id only use that for my free wifi
I saw you had spy vs spy
My right ear got really lonely watching this video, plus the color in this video is also not very vibrant, but it’s an iPhone so you can’t expect quality video from it. Other than that, great video. 🙂
$69 ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
The first thing that came to my mind is using it to look up a skirt
but this time if rover will be an client it wont work on anwhere that there is no internet
i thinkmthe video quality was ok but i was noticing an audio change…
this time I’m using headphones and usually I don’t! some was centered and some toward the end was more to the left…
thanks for video though!!!
I’m tempted to build my own one of these now using a Raspberry Pi.
mine’s camera has the same issue!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Why can I only hear from my left speaker
My camera works just fine and I even made a video about it
Video looked great viewed at about 18″ away from a 480p image displayed on a 1440p S7 covered in fingerprints.
Where did you get that flooring? Is it Laminate? What brand, and color?
JOUE BIEN TECH said about it already
It has awful frame rate :/
perfect keep them coming
Shot on the iPhone 5
It is great looking but the colors are not really there.
have you updated your software on the phone?>for the rover?
i didn’t even notice a difference in the camera
That video made my speaker sounds strange, it sounds very LOUD in the end, using the other speaker.
That whole wifi AP thing is typical of junky little Chinese gadgets like this. It’s very common in dashcams too, but mainly because you don’t have a wireless signal by your car – in this case, it’s easier to just sit in AP mode than to design some sort of method to configure it to connect to an actual AP somewhere else. Presumably you could use this someplace where there’s no wifi, but even so, it’s not like it can’t switch between AP and client on the fly. Just cost reduction and laziness.
THAT IS SO COOL!!