Measuring just 41mm x 59mm x 22mm, the Isaw Wing is another ‘put in your pocket’ camera. It has a small LCD screen to allow you to compose shots and access the menu to change settings; mode and set-up buttons let you scroll and select from all the camera’s settings. Max video resolution is 1920 x 1080, max frame rate is 60fps and photo mode offers 12MP resolution, time lapse, burst and self timer modes. The camera isn’t waterproof and so it comes with a waterproof casing (plus a handgrip and assorted mounts). It isn’t essential to use the case but, obviously, advisable in bad weather, if your run results in mud and water splashes, or if you intend to use it for obstacle course racing. The Wing can also be controlled via smartphone using a dedicated app. Again, a tiny micro USB card is used and the battery gives about 100 minutes continuous recording time before needing a USB recharge. The battery is removable and so can be swapped for a spare if it runs out.
At £120 the ISAW is a great alternative to the many more expensive cameras on the market. It’s easy to operate and provides good quality footage.