Price and specifications
MGCOOL Explorer ES action camera

Video Resolution 2K
Video Frame Rate 30 fps
Wide Angle 170 °
Wi-Fi Yes
Charging time 120 m
Display screen Yes
Waterproof Yes

Action cameras MGCOOL Explorer ES

Release DateMarch 2017
Availability On sale
Model Explorer ES

MGCOOL Explorer ES by Gal Kremer Youtube review

Description: The MGCOOL flagship is well known for its build model and its accessories that look like GoPro. Although it doesn’t support 4K recording, you can still record footage in 3K @15FPS and capture moments in 16MP. The video quality isn’t bad. It’s smooth and works as expected. The quality of the color is sharp and detailed enough. The only major problem is the stabilizer. This action cam doesn’t have an Image Stabilizer or HDR so don’t be surprised if the camera footage is shaky and a bit unstable. The company doesn’t seem to have a firmware update to add an anti-shake feature.


  • Boasts Allwinner V3 processor
  • Package includes waterproof case (up to 30m)
  • Multiple frame rates: 3K @15FPS, 2.7K @30FPS, 1080p @60/@30FPS, 720p @120FPS
  • Supports Wi-Fi mode
  • 16MP still images
  • Colors quality in daylight is sharp and vibrant
  • Video quality is smooth


  • Materials made of plastic
  • Doesn’t have Image Stabilizer



Effective Pixels 16 Mpx (megapixels)
Video Resolution 2K
Video Frame Rate 30 fps


Chipset Allwinner V3
Functions Auto Focusing, Time Lapse


Memory card support MicroSD
Max Capacity 64 Gb


Telemetry Yes
HDMI Output Yes
Wi-Fi Yes


Wide Angle 170 ° (degrees)


Display screen Yes
Screen resolution 320x240 px
Screen size 2 " (inches)


Battery capacity 1050 mAh
Charging time 120 m (minutes)


Waterproof Yes
Color Black, Silver
Length 59 mm
Width 41 mm
Height 30 mm
Weight 60 g (grams)

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