Australian Review: TomTom Bandit – Shoot from the hip
TomTom is best known for its GPS products, but the company is now taking aim at the action camera market with a tiny little shooter called the Bandit. Unsurprisingly, GPS still plays a role in TomTom’s new endeavour, helping the camera track metrics like g-force, acceleration, speed, and altitude in the pursuit of finding your most exciting clips.
Made from rugged rubberised plastic, the Bandit looks and feels like it could take a beating and survive. Its cylindrical design makes it easy to hold and shoot with, at the cost of taking up a little more space in your bag than a GoPro. A bottom-facing (proprietary) mounting point can rotate around the camera slightly more than 180 degrees, but cannot be set upside down.