MGCOOL recently made a huge mark in the action camera segment with the launch of the Explorer 2C. The main highlight of the 4K-enabled MGCOOL Explorer 2C is the integration of a 2″ touch display with the ability to capture 4K videos at 24fps. The company has released a new video which examines the real functioning of the touch screen integrated with the camera. Moreover, MGCOOL also compared the performance of the Explorer 2C touch display with GoPro Hero 5, YI 4K and SJ6 LEGEND.
To begin with, you will view a row with all the four cameras. The front and the rear side are clearly displayed. When it comes to the MGCOOL Explorer 2C, the menu is opened by touching an icon located on the top of the display. The demo shows all the sides of the camera including the required buttons and ports such as HDMI. The display shows 6 menu options such as video, slow motion, time-lapse record, video+photo, photo, and burst. If an option is selected, the relevant action occurs. You need not have to fiddle with physical navigation buttons.
As you can see, MGCOOL has integrated an ability to capture images while shooting videos. This functionality exists in the Explorer 1S and Explorer Pro but you have to press the Power button several times to activate a specific function. With MGCOOL Explorer 2C, you can perform the same task within one second. That’s the real beauty of the touch display.
Also, you will learn the steps required to modify the resolution of images and videos by simply touching the relevant option. The video showcases the real-time working of all the menu options including the adjustment of shaking, diving mode, spot metering, and fish eye features.
In the video, the company has compared the touch interface with GoPro Hero 5, YI 4K and SJ6 Legend along with the new MGCOOL Explorer 2C. Check out the video below to explore the difference. Doesn’t the user interface of MGCOOL Explorer 2C look simple and easy to use? Share your feedback in the comments.