Best Action Cameras for Spearfishing
The best action cameras for spearfishing are cameras that you can firstly mount to yourself or your speargun. If you would like to record footage of your dives, underwater hunts and gathering then you're in the right place. We have years of experience with underwater photography, freediving, snorkelling and spearfishing and have selected a few features that every spearfisherman would like in their camera.
There are many other features that you may personally want, automatic white balance change during your dive so that you don't lose the colours in your videos, or you might not require a screen because you're connecting it to your body or on to a rail of your gun, you can check out the full list of action cameras at our table, or at a simplified version, or check every action camera we have in our look-up grid too.
Spearfishing Action Camera Requirements
- Waterproof to at least 20m/60feet deep with a waterproof case, some go as deep as 100m
- Wide field of view of at least 140degrees, super wide angle recordings to get all the action in the video
- Can record at 1080p resolution with a frame rate of at least 60fps
What are the best action cameras for spearfishing? We find out right here, we have ranked them and then show a summary of each camera so you can see the top 10 action cameras to record your spearfishing adventures and underwater hunts in the ocean.
The list has been filtered from over 100+ action cameras in the directory by first, depth. Every camera in this list can go to at least 20m/66feet deep with an underwater case protecting the action camera.
Secondly we have set it to cameras that only show a field of view of at least 140degrees. To put this in perspective, the GoPro's and other action cameras can record in super wide views of 170degrees, so with 140 we think you will get everything in shot that you want, the wider, the better.
We have also filtered the list down to only show cameras that record full HD 1080p and at atleast 60fps, so that you can get full high quality video recordings at a decent frame rate, so when the action starts and you're recording, you can be sure that you'll capture it and can even slow the footage down a little in post if you require.
You will also notice that you can sort the ranking list by battery length and price, as well as the cam score. If you're in the water for a full day, you'll want to be able to record for as long as possible, just sort by battery life and you'll have the action cameras showing at the top which have the best battery life.