So your smartphone is quite the decent performer when it comes to recording the happenings in your life on video, but more often than not, it is obvious you are making a video recording, which could lead your subjects in the frame to be more self-conscious. If you want to get some impromptu video recording done without anyone being the wiser for it, this is where the MeCam wearable video camera comes in handy. It can be worn as a necklace or pinned to your shirt, the MeCam will then do its best to capture every instant as it happens from a first-person point of view. Recorded videos can then be uploaded to the computer over USB, and you will wish that your video goes viral and rake up $8 million from YouTube along the way so that you can rub shoulders with PSY.
Martin, inventor of the MeCam, decided to make full use of his knowledge in the spy camera industry to deliver a more mainstream device, letting you record in a fun and useful manner without carrying the baggage of negative connotations that are associated with spy wear. The MeCam is under 2” in diameter, tips the scales at less than 2 oz., and can record 720p high-definition resolution video at 30 frames per second. It will carry a lithium-ion battery that offers up to 80 minutes of non-stop run time, and the microSD memory card should be able to handle up to 4 hours of video. Stills are also a non-issue for the MeCam as it is capable of shooting 5-megapixel photos, too. The MeCam will cost you $49.99 if you are interested. [Press Release]
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