If you\u2019re browsing the market for a GoPro alternative, an action camera that\u2019s packed with performance, the Akaso V50 Pro is making one strong case as the best travel camera for the job. Not only is it portable and compact, it can capture high quality photos and 4K videos, while being packaged with tons of accessories.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Akaso V50 Pro Review\r\nThe Akaso V50 Pro makes a strong case over any action camera GoPro can muster, with 4K video resolution and 20MP photos, packed into a compact and portable design.\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nIt was surprisingly to experience the performance the Akaso V50 Pro has to offer. For starters, it\u2019s packing a 20 megapixel image sensor, going toe-to-toe with the Canon PowerShot ELPH 180 in terms of image quality. And with its image stabilization working overtime, photos were almost always in focus.\r\n\r\nThe same can be said when we reviewed Akaso\u2019s video resolution. For such a low price, we weren\u2019t expecting 4K, and it even captures 30 frames per second, which is six more frames than the Panasonic Lumix FZ80. You\u2019ll have lots of fun with the time lapse capturing\u2014especially for action-packed moments.\r\nDesign\r\nYou might be wondering where all the buttons are on the Akaso V50 Pro. Everything\u2019s done via touch screen, except the power and shutter buttons. It\u2019s 2-inches, which is particularly large, but it isn\u2019t too tiny either. Bigger hands might take issue with it.\r\n\r\nThere\u2019s ports for an external microphone, HDMI, and an SD card slot, though it\u2019s only limited to 64GB micro SDs. Unfortunately, the Akaso V50 isn\u2019t waterproof, technically speaking. Only when it\u2019s safe in its waterproof housing. Check out the Olympus TG-5 for a true waterproof camera, capable of withstanding depths of 50 feet.\r\nValue\r\nAs far as action cameras go, the Akaso V50 is packed with value. Not only does it perform particularly well, it\u2019s bundled with accessory kits for various situations, like a remote control wristband, among others. All that for $120? It\u2019s an easy purchase to make.\r\n\r\nAnd if you have a particular fondness for the environment, your purchase of the Akaso V50 Pro SE\u2014which is identical to the V50 Pro aside from a \u201cLeave No Trace\u201d logo\u2014will see a portion of the sales go to the campaign itself.\r\nAkaso V50 Pro Review Wrap Up\r\nWhen you\u2019re knee-deep in action, the Akaso V50 Pro isn\u2019t going to let you down\u2014just remember to bring the waterproof case if you\u2019re taking a dive. While a 64GB micro SD card limit is a bummer, it more than makes up for it with its 20 megapixel sensor, 4K video quality, and additional accessories.