Wearable cameras seem like they are going to be very popular soon as more and more companies are releasing them in one form or another. Whether it be action cams, in-dash car cams, or even “glass” cams, people just want new ways to capture their life and what they see daily. The newest type coming out are clip-on cameras, ones that you clip to your shirt and capture exactly what you see in front of you. These allow you to go about your business while the camera captures a 1st-person view of what your doing. What’s great about these new devices though is the fact that they don’t even look like cameras and won’t attract strange looks from people.
MeCam is one of those companies coming out with devices like this and their camera of the same name takes both HD video and still photos. It also offers LED infrared technology that allows for low-light video taking, something not seen on other cameras.
In my opinion, these have the potential to be huge, especially with the popularity of social media and fact that we find the need to post everything about ourselves on a daily basis.
- Camera shoots 720p HD quality video and doubles as a 5 megapixel point and shoot camera
- Built-in LED infrared technology works in picture or video mode, for nighttime or lowlight conditions
- Weighs less than ¼ pound. equipped with pin clip to attach to shirt or can be worn as a necklace (cord provided)
- Removable SD card and micro-USB port lets you charge, upload, and share footage/pictures
- Control buttons on upper-side let you power on and alternate between video and camera mode
- 80 minutes of continuous battery life
- Available in: black, white, lime green, electric blue, and fuchsia
Available at: MeCam.me
Price: $49.99 (4GB), $59.99 (8GB), $69.99 (16GB)