These stylish and inconspicuous glasses have a camera hidden to the front left of the frame. It can record up to 4 hours of full colour 720P (1280 x 720) video at 30 fps with audio onto a 16GB Micro SD card (not included). It also works as 5MP stills camera.
- Video compression : AVI video format, 720P 1280 x 720
- Frame Rate: 30 fps
- Audio recording: Yes
- 5MP stills
- Micro SD card slot (Max 32GB)
- Date & time stamp
- Recording mode :continuous recording until memory is full or manually off
- Adaptor type: USB adaptor charging cable
- Battery type : Lithium-ion
- Record time : 4 hours
- Colour video with voice lets you clearly see who’s there & hear what they say
- Connects to PC via USB
- Weight: 50g
- 1 Year guarantee
Simply plug the glasses into a PC using the USB cable provided to access the recordings.
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I use the products as ways to capture on stage performances without making the audience feel uncomfortable with a camera around, just be sure u r behaving! (Posted on 21/04/2013)
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