AKASO V50 Pro review – a great budget action camera

The AKASO V50 Pro is a budget 4k action camera that comes in under AUD$200. With many of the features of much more expensive cameras, the AKASO V50 Pro is worth taking a look at. Let’s take a look at how it holds up in the current market, with a few sample videos and photos.

The AKASO V50 Pro is a sub AUD$200 camera from action camera maker AKASO. The V50 Pro comes with a large number of accessories including, two batteries, remote control, extra mounts, charger, and a few other accessories you wouldn’t find in the box of a GoPro.

This 4K action camera from AKASO is a great take on a budget action camera. While many of these cameras are riddled with the issue at every stage, this one isn’t. With great 4K resolution and an easy to use operating system accessed via a touchscreen makes the AKASO V50 Pro the perfect action camera for those on a budget.



The camera comes in at just AUD$159.99 from Amazon. This is a great price for a high-quality 4K action camera. The camera also has built-in features to allow it to be used as a dashcam when you aren’t using it as an action camera.

Build quality

The camera is covered with a rubberized finish in a greyish blue color. The camera has a sturdy and weighty feel to it, reassuring that the camera is not just a cheap knock-off.

Accessories included

The camera comes with a vast amount of accessories allowing you to get up and running right out of the box. The camera comes with a waterproof housing, a cage, a wrist remote, 3M mounting pads and a lot of three-prong mounts. If you require any extra mounts standard GoPro mounts will work as well.


Touch input

The touch input can be a little laggy with this camera and sometimes won’t register every so often. Other than that the touch input is actually decent for the price and screen.

User Interface

The user interface follows closely with a majority of all the cheaper products that come out of China, the 2006 era and not optimized. The interface is outdated and has a few small buttons which could easily be made bigger to fit the screen. They need to start taking pointers from GoPro’s new UI.

Overall the AKASO V50 Pro is a great entry-level action camera with features normally found on the more expensive cameras. The camera produces great 4K quality and decent photos. Since a majority of people only post to social media and view content on small screens this is perfect! Plus if you break it, it won’t break the bank.

You can purchase the AKASO V50 Pro for AUD$159.99 from Amazon.

Stay updated

Want to keep up with us? Make sure you follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Make sure to watch our videos on our YouTube channel. Spice up your wall with our aerial photography and view the rest of our photos on our Unsplash. Share your thoughts on this article below and thanks for being apart of dronenr.

Looking to purchase a drone? Be sure to use our links for DJI and Amazon to keep us going at no cost to you! Our articles are supported by interest-based ads as well as affiliate links. These links give us a little back from every purchase without extra cost to you. Thanks.

Thanks to AKASO for sending out the V50 Pro for reviewing purposes.

Related posts


Flirtey has been granted it’s latest drone delivery patent by the United States Patent Office for the safe and precise delivery of packages. The patent covers the hardware and software used to ensure the packages are delivered safely and securely.

Full article

DJI Mavic Air 2

The DJI Mavic Air 2 is officially out with some great spec upgrades over the original Mavic Air and even outperforming the bigger DJI Mavic 2 Pro in various areas. The Mavic Air 2 is equipped with a 1/2″ inch sensor capable of 4k 60fps, 48MP photos, and HDR. The new Mavic Air 2 also comes with OcuSync 2.0 and ActiveTrack 3.0.

Full article

Tech-savvy DJI mother

This mother’s day will be different for sure, with millions of mothers around Australia stuck inside, DJI wanted to share some of its top tech products to keep tech-savvy and non-tech-savvy mums entertained this mother’s day. The DJI Osmo Action, Mavic Mini, Osmo Mobile 3, and Osmo Pocket are at the top of the list this year!

Full article

DJI up your game Mavic air 2

Earlier, today DJI announced its latest product launch, the DJI ‘Up Your Game’ event possibly showing the DJI Mavic Air 2 off to the public on the 28th of April (ACT time). While it’s almost certain the DJI Mavic Air 2 will be announced, there is also a chance for an Osmo Pocket refresh.

Full article

DJI Mavic Air 2 new drone

Last week DroneDJ broke the news of the DJI Mavic Air 2 being confirmed along with its controller thanks to FCC reports uploaded and made public on the FCC’s database. Once thought to be named the DJI Mavic, we now know its, in fact, the DJI Mavic Air 2.

Full article

CASA drone safety app australia

Last year when CASA retired its own drone safety app, ‘Can I Fly There?’ it promised to work with 3rd parties to bring more options and a better solution to the market. CASA first achieved that with Google’s Wing Aviation making the OpenSky app. A few months later and two new apps are out for you to take your pick.

Full article


DJI is having its annual Easter Sale with some great savings on its best products. You can save up to $300 on the Mavic 2 Pro, the Osmo series, Ronin-SC, and the Tello. The sale started today and will end on the 16th of April. Free shipping is also available for a majority of the products on sale.

Full article