GoPro have cornered the action cam market to such an extent that its brandname has become shorthand for an entire field of video equipment, but Mokacam is chomping at their heels with what they claim is the world's smallest 4K camera.
Featuring a 16-megapixel sensor capable of 4K footage through a 152º field of view lens, the Mokacam is equipped with WiFi connectivity and a modular system that allows you to connect extra accessories such as a 270º rotating screen with integrated battery. There's a distortion-free mode that auto-corrects shaky footage, and video files can be transferred directly to your phone via an app that'll be available both on iOS and Android.
The Mokacam isn't open on the free market just yet, but its creators are currently amassing funds via IndieGoGo that will help put it into production. At time of writing, they've amassed more than ten times their initial target of $50,000. If anybody at GoPro is reading this, don't go filming anything just yet – your hands might be shaky.
Head over to IndieGoGo to find out more about the Mokacam and give the team behind it more money.
Let's hope the Mokacam drops soon, so we can see footage like this, of wingsuit divers flying between buildings.