As an extreme adventure-seeking traveler who is on the road more than at home, I have a number of cameras for different experiences and travels. My i-Phone is my go-to camera since it’s always handy. I tend to bring my Go-Pro everywhere I go as well. Additionally, when I need to capture images at a distance, I turn to my DSLR Canon EOS Rebel T5i for the perfect shot. The one aspect, though, that none of these cameras is top-notch is night shots. The SiOnyx Aurora Sport is the answer to this dilemma. While it’s video is limited to 720p and photos to 1280×720, it can take them in near darkness which puts the SiOnyx Aurora Sport in its own unique camera and video category, especially since when it’s in night mode, it operates as a Full Spectrum camera with the IR/UV Cut filter removed. It transforms the way I can capture photos during the night and has found a spot in my essential travel list.
The Sionyx Aurora Sport model is designed for the outdoor enthusiast who is looking for something rugged, easy to use, easy to hold, and offers quick access to photos. More importantly, it’s perfect for those who want to capture action after dark, something that no other action camera can do. It not only captures images under low-light conditions, but gives you true night vision capability in monochrome or in color.
SiOnyx Aurora Sport Features:
IP67 rating, which means that it can get wet
Wifi to your phone to quickly send photos and share
720p video recording
Ultra Low-Light IR sensor technology
True night vision capability in monochrome or in color for photos and videos
Cylinder shape that makes it easy to hold
Can be mounted onto any tripod
Quick-change mode with a dial
Here are some examples of the Aurora Sport night vision camera in action
Inside, the Aurora Sport did an excellent job capturing the beauty of my new Goldendoodle puppy, Piper.
The SiOnyx Aurora Sport HD action camera’s low-light sensor technology enables you to see things the human eye can’t, and then capture the incredible experience. Day-only use cameras are capable of higher resolution–while still remaining physically small– because they only need very small pixels. But true night vision requires big pixels. Aurora is affordable access to action through advanced technology that captures the best adventures of your days and your nights, truly.
*** I receive the SiOnyx for review, but all opinions are my own.***