Amazon Hot Price Action Camera 97% Off

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This almost seems too good to be true. But, this camera gets 40 positive reviews, so if you are looking for an inexpensive action camera, check this lightning deal out.  For $29.99 seems worth a try!

Amazon Hot Price Action Camera 97% Off

Action Camera, 12MP 1080P 2 Inch LCD Screen, Waterproof Sports Cam 120 Degree Wide Angle Lens, 30m Sport Camera DV Camcorder with with 2 Rechargeable Batteries and Mounting Accessories Kit

  • REAL 1080P 30 FPS FULL-HD SPORTS CAMERA: Capture it all with this pocket-sized portable action camera that offers real 1080P HD 30 fps recording and 14-megapixel photos for awesome image quality. It can also record 720p 30 fps or WVGA or VGA. This camera guarantees you lifelike videos with high detail. Get creative and capture and share your world in high definition anywhere. 1080P-HONG003
  • 2-INCH HD LCD DISPLAY & 140° ULTRA WIDE-ANGLE LENS: The 2″ HD LCD screen allows you to playback your captured video, as well as offering a convenient and easy way to both frame and shoot your videos. The 140° ultra wide-angle lens will capture everything you could desire and more.
  • WATERPROOF TO DEPTHS OF 30 METERS: The included durable waterproof case can endure depths of up to 30 meters. Place your DBPOWER action camera into the waterproof case and securely fasten it. Then you can capture all your water sports action such as diving, swimming, rafting, surfing and snorkeling, etc.
  • MULTIPLE MOUNTS AND ACCESSORIES: With a including 2 rechargeable batteries, with tons of accessories which can support to attach to helmets, bike, surfboards, cars and other objects easily. Mountable design for shooting the thrill of extreme activities.
  • 【More Safe Guarantee with Frelop】30 days money back and 12-month warranty and professional after-sale service within 24 hours.
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  1. Definitely not a price mistake but one of the many Amazon scam products. You didn’t think it weird that this no name camera had 40 5-star reviews and no negative ones? Or that every single review was on September 1, 2018? These companies do this kind of garbage all the time – it likely is not even worth the $30, especially if it is the same as the other stuff klanfa references.

  2. Well I probably shouldn’t type this but here goes:

    Let’s say you have a product that it not overly well known, which mimics a similar product with relatively a well-known name for a not overly well known product, and that has a lot of parameters forming the basis of a comparison with other not overly well known products of the same type. You have a steady supply of these things and you want to sell them. Problem is: they are average, so realistically you should set an ‘average’ (i.e., low) price to move them.
    Or, you can do this: set an outrageously high price. Leave the product up at that price for a while. You’ll probably sell one or two but those buyers are morons (take excellent care of them nonetheless, however). Then drop the price drastically to some point at which you’ll make a nice profit. Many algorithms which crawl Amazon will pick up on it and word, one way or another, will get out. The quality of your product certainly hasn’t changed but at this point you have two friends: human nature not to miss such a ‘bargain’, and the sheer scale of Amazon. You’ll sell a slew in a short time, after which you raise your price back to the crazy level and then take a break (i.e.,very little sales monitoring), until the next time.
    There you have it.

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