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MHD Sport 2.0 Wi-Fi® Action Camera + Live View RF Wrist Remote
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MHD Sport 2.0 Wi-Fi® Action Camera + Live View RF Wrist Remote

One day you're at 5000 feet, skiing down a black diamond trail, and the next you're 100 feet below the waves, surrounded by sea life. When you live an active life it is easy for everything to blur together. Keep your memories sharply in focus by recording your activities with this MHD Sport 2.0 Wi-Fi® Action Camera from Monoprice!

This compact camera is designed for the active sports enthusiast. When properly enclosed in the included waterproof case, it is waterproof to depths up to 196 feet (60 meters) for up to 60 minutes duration. It features a Wi-Fi connection, which allows you to view and record videos and photos on your Android™ or iOS® smartphone.

This camera allows you to capture full HD 1080p video at 60 fps, 720p video at 120 fps, and WVGA (848x480) video at 240 fps. It can also be used to take still images up to 16 megapixels in size. In addition to video recording it is a 16 megapixel digital camera with the ability to take individual still shots, take a burst of 7 shots in rapid succession, or continuously taking single shots at intervals from 1 ~ 60 seconds for classic time-lapse videos.

Included with this model is an RF Wrist Remote, which allows you to control and view the live video feeds for up to six cameras. An individual camera without the Wrist Remote is available as PID 12571, so you don't have to pay for redundant remotes for your multi-camera operation. So, for example, you could have multiple cameras mounted in different locations on a race car and control them all with the single remote. The Wrist Remote also serves as a multi-function time piece, giving it additional utility value beyond use with the camera.

The camera comes with a variety of mounting accessories, which allow you to mount it to a flat surface, a curved surface, or strapped to a fixed point. Additional accessories, including chest and head mounting straps, are sold separately.


  • Uses a 3.4mm ƒ/2.8 lens
  • Captures full HD 1080p video images at 60 fps, 720p at 120 fps, and WVGA at 240 fps
  • Takes still photos at 5, 8, 12, or 16 megapixels resolution
  • Uses the H.264 video codec and mp4 file format
  • 140° wide angle lens with selectable fields of view
  • Wi-Fi connectivity (IEEE 802.11b/g/n)
  • Includes waterproof case, protecting the camera to depths up to 196 feet (60m) for up to 60 minutes duration
  • Uses the commonly available SLB-10A Lithium-ion rechargeable battery
  • Free apps for accessing the camera using your Android or iOS smartphone
  • Includes RF Wrist Remote for control and live view
  • MicroSD card slot (up to 32GB, Class 6 minimum)
  • HDMI® Mini Connector for direct connection to an HDTV
  • Supports time lapse recording and interval shooting
  • Burst mode captures 7 images in 1 second

Support Files:

Wi-Fi is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi Alliance.

HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.

SD, SDHC, and microSD are trademarks or registered trademarks of SD-3C, LLC in the United States, other countries, or both.

Android and Google Play are trademarks of Google Inc.

IOS is a trademark or registered trademark of Cisco in the U.S. and other countries and is used under license.

Camera Specifications
Lens 3.4mm, ƒ=2.8
Focus Range 2.6 ft. ~ ì (0.8m ~ ì)
Field of View Video: 75 ~ 140°, Photo: 73 ~ 142°
Video Resolutions and Frame Rates (FOV) 1080p (16:9): 60fps (126°), 30fps (126°), 30fps (102°), 30fps (75°)
960p (4:3): 60fps (140°), 30fps (140°)
720p (16:9): 120fps (102°), 60fps (126°)
WVGA (16:9): 240fps (140°)
Video File Format/Codec mp4, H.264
Video Bitrate Up to 15Mbps
Looping Video Yes, 1080p30 (126°)
Photo Resolutions (FOV) 16 MP (142°), 12 MP (118°), 8 MP (93°), 5 MP (73°)
Burst Mode 7 photos per second
Self-Timer Delay 2 or 10 seconds
Time Lapse Modes Video or Photo
Time Lapse Intervals 1, 3, 5, 10, 30, or 60 seconds
Photo File Format JPEG (exif 2.2), DCF
White Balance Auto
Built-in Wi-Fi Yes
RF Remote Included
OLED Display 0.83" (21mm)
Inputs Micro USB, 2.5mm TRS (external microphone)
Outputs HDMI Mini Connector
Battery Type SLB-10A (1130mAh Lithium-ion)
Battery Duration Video (1080p60): about 90 minutes
Photo (16 MP): about 250 photos
Auto Power Off 1, 3, 5, 10, 30, or 60 minutes
Dimensions (HxWxD) 1.7" x 2.3" x 1.7" (42.7 x 59.2 x 43.8 mm)
Weight (without battery) 2.6 ±0.1 oz. (74 ±3 g)
RF Wrist Remote
Display 1.29" OLED
Aspect Ratio 4:3
Stream Format MJPEG, 128 x 96 pixels, 8 fps
RF Frequency 2.4GHz
RF Range Up to 9.8 ft. (3m)
Auto Sleep Mode Never or 5, 10, 30, or 60 seconds
Battery Capacity 370mAh
Battery Charging Time About 2 hours
Battery Duration Live View: 1.5 hrs.
Continuous Time Display Only: 6 hrs.
Standby/Sleep Mode: up to 6 months

Package Contents:

  • 1x MHD Sport 2.0 Wi-Fi Action Camera
  • 1x Waterproof Case
  • 1x RF Wrist Remote
  • 1x Vented Rear Door
  • 1x Waterproof Case Rear Door (installed on back of Waterproof Case)
  • 1x Flat Adhesive Mounting Socket
  • 1x Curved Adhesive Mounting Socket
  • 1x Swivel T Tip (installed on T Tip Adapter)
  • 1x T Tip Adapter (installed on bottom of Waterproof Case)
  • 1x Standard Tripod Adapter
  • 1x Adhesive Anchor
  • 1x SLB-10A Lithium-ion Battery
  • 1x USB Wall Charger
  • 1x Micro USB Charging Cable
  • 1x RF Wrist Remote Charging Cable
  • 6x Anti-Fog Inserts (Fiber Desiccant)
  • 1x Hook & Loop Strap
  • 1x Security Tether
  • 1x Safety Lock (installed on Swivel T Tip)
  • 1x User's Manual

24 Reviews

80.42% of the reviewers recommend this product


Action Camera

  • carguy,
  •  Ontario, CA 
  • 11/16/2015 3:25:09 PM

Pros: The unit seems like it is well made, the case seems to be nice and solid. I like the different mounting attachments

Cons: figuring out how to open the unit to charge took some time, not real straight forward from the instructions, could be just me

took it out to the track. The camera was mounted to the car the day before. The camera mounted worked perfectly, no problems. Unfortunately, could not get the camera to record. We turned it on. The camera was mounted on the outside of the windshield. We got in and pressed the remote to start recording and the camera would not record. Looked like it turned itself off from the time we got ready to get into the car until the time we took off on the track. The time was from 3 to 20 minutes. There was no way to just reach out and turn it on. So next time we'll try with the camera mounted inside or something. May have to do with the auto shutoff. Not sure what we did wrong. We'll give it another try. Always have great luck with Monoprice products, so I figure this was an operator error.

by Monoprice Administrator
Hi carguy,

I'm sorry to hear that the camera shut off before you were able to record at the track. If the camera will be inactive for a period of time, I recommend turning the Auto-Off function off. To do this, first turn the camera on then press the Power button repeatedly until the display shows "Set". Next, press the Shutter button to enter the Set mode menu then press the Power button once to highlight the More option. Press the Shutter button to enter the More menu, push the Power button until the Auto-Off icon is highlighted (camera icon with Z's over it), and then press the Shutter button to select it. Finally, press the Power button until the off option appears then press the Shutter button to confirm it. After you have had a chance to play with the camera more, please keep us updated on how it is performing through this review. Thank you for your feedback and please let me know if you have any questions!

Gabby V.
Tech Support Associate

by carguy
Thanks, we will give it a try again in early December and we'll let you know how it goes.


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Decent for SCUBA diving, underwater features could use work

  • Chris,
  •  McLean, VA 
  • 10/19/2015 6:19:27 AM

Pros: Good image quality
Range of mounts available
Dive case works well - no leaks

Cons: RF live preview remote doesn't work under water
No red filter available for making color look natural under water - this omission is a huge issue for divers
Maxes out at 32 GB microSD card - large cards are cheap today I had to specifically buy a smaller card to work with it

I took this camera for its first real workout this past weekend. I was diving off the coast of North Carolina at a depth of 55 feet. One of my buddies was on the same boat but with a different group. He was shooting with an older GoPro so I have some good side by side comparisons. In terms of raw video quality, the two cameras are roughly equal. He shot with a selfie stick. I shot with a chest mount. He didn't have a remote. I had the Monoprice remote, which worked on land but only displayed black and wouldn't stop and start recording underwater. It worked immediately again on the surface. As a result, I was fumbling with the camera - hard to see the display and start and stop while wearing SCUBA gear and having the camera strapped to your chest. I think I will go the selfie stick with a leash route next time so I have a better idea of what the camera is doing.

The place where my buddy's GoPro killed the Action Cam was the red filter. As you go deeper under water, red disappears from the color spectrum faster than green and blue. Your eyes naturally adjust but cameras don't. My videos are very green - little color and the things I was seeing all blend together as a result. My buddy had a snap on red filter that fit over his camera case. His videos have close to natural color at depth and as a result, are much more interesting than mine. Monoprice, please introduce a red filter!

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Best on the Market

  • Kelleytech,
  •  ,  
  • 8/21/2015 12:16:07 PM

Pros: Pros: Small size, huge range of filming resolutions, high count frame capture all the way up to 240 fps., wearable watch for set up and start stop recording and still photo taking, accessory mounts and gear are way cheaper then their competitor. Price, price, price!! There are thousand dollar SLR cameras that cant touch what this camera can do, where it can go and get the 30/60/120/240 fps that this amazing camera can do. The watch will control up to 6 Cameras at a time, so if you are using more then one you don’t have to juggle multiple remotes, or manually turn on/off record on each one once they get set up. The recording is pretty amazing, crisp and clean recordings, good battery life, still pictures, time lapse pictures and video… All of this for about HALF of what the other brand goes for. For that price you can pick up TWO of these cameras. This is a no brainer…

Cons: Cons: Can't think of any real cons, the watch displays about 8 FPS if the camera is not recording like while you are setting up the shot, but lags quite a bit once the recording starts, changing settings on the camera can be a bit challenging as there are quite a few settings and only 2 buttons do deal with all of them and well that’s really all I have found.

In the times of extreme sports, selfie sticks and YouTube fame, Sports or Action Cameras are extremely popular. And not cheap… So you want your investment to perform as well as you do. Monoprice sent me one of these beastly little MHD Sport 2.0 Cameras to review. Now looking at specs, Full HD 1080 video capture at 60 frames per second gives you the ability for really cool slow motion shots, and drop the resolution to 720 and you have 120 frames per second for super slow motion. This kit comes pretty well equipped with self adhesive mounting plates and you can grab any of the additional mounts from Monoprice for much less then the competitors equivalent. This camera does very well in most lighting from inside (which it actually does quite well indoors) to bright, sunny outdoors. And I have not even gotten to the watch yet. The watch is a very, very cool piece of kit. It acts as your view finder while you are setting up the camera in your mount, it is a remote control to start/stop recording and take still pictures. It is waterproof and tells time as well, what a bonus! There is a phone app to do the same job as the watch, but as of the time of this review is not working with Android 5+, but I was told that update is in the works. I pulle out my old Note 2 and installed the app and it worked like a charm. But because this has the watch I cant even ding it for that. All in all, this is an amazing camera, packed with features, for an amazing price. In my opinion there is absolutely ZERO reason to even look at the other brands, I am soo happy with this camera, you need one, seriously…

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Monoprice MHD Sport 2.0 Camera with Wrist Remote

  • twRage96,
  •  ,  
  • 7/30/2015 6:42:03 PM

Pros: Great video quality, solid battery life, good recording options, awesome waterproof case, good price

Cons: Nothing major (see below)

If you are looking for a high quality action camera but don’t want to spend a ton of money, this is the product for you. Throughout all of my tests, the action camera preformed above my expectations. I took the camera along with me for a few days, and I was blown away at the durability and final results this action camera produced. I would have liked to see a bike mount included for additional mounting options, but I made the hook and loop strap work when attaching the camera to the bike. To get exceptional video quality, I did have to use stabilization software in post, as without it the video was slightly shaky. Monoprice’s mounting options sold separately are somewhat limited, but thankfully there is a cheap adapter sold by Monoprice to use the action camera with more common GoPro accessories. However, the included curved adhesive mounting socket worked well for attaching the camera to my vehicle while driving. The waterproof case for the camera worked perfectly, as the camera stayed 100% dry while taking it underwater. As all of my use was done with the waterproof case on, so I didn’t get a chance to try out the audio input and mini HDMI out. The live view wrist remote was a nice inclusion, though I only really used it to check framing of the video. Battery life of both the camera and wrist remote seemed to be sufficient for my uses, as I still had close to half battery left after use. Timelapses are made easy with this camera, which is awesome. The looping video, timer, and burst photo functions are a good addition to the camera, though I personally haven’t had a use for them. Monoprice provided the product free of charge in exchange for writing this review, though my review reflects my personal experience of the product.

Check out a bit of sample footage I captured with this camera here -

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  • Anonymous,
  • 7/24/2015 3:31:37 PM

Pros: Price point is very good. Takes clear photos and videos.

Cons: Some features not intuitive. App is flakey at best

Really liked this camera. Took it white water rafting. Camera shutoff, not sure why. I had the auto-shutoff set low, maybe this is why, that or I bumped a button on the wrist remote I had no idea it was off, and only recorded about 28 minutes of the trip. Overall everything worked well. I was under the impression from the manual I could take still photos while recording video with the wrist remote. This didn't seem to work. The app connectivity was intermittent. Overall, for the price and the price of the accessories, this is a nice little camera.

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