CubeCam цепляется к вашей одежде и передаёт всё, что происходит вокруг вас, прямо в Facebook или на YouTube. Отличный способ фиксации важных событий без необходимости постоянно держать в руках смартфон.
A new solution available to those who do not want to miss even a moment to be immortalized: Kehan has launched a CubeCam , a super-compact wearable camera that is able not only to take pictures and record life-logging video, but also to provide the most immediate tools for editing and sharing on social networks.
Since GoPro has made them mainstream the action cam have spread so widespread among increasingly diverse users. Start out as small video cameras designed to record sports or adventurous exploits, but are increasingly used to capture the daily exploiting the compactness and extreme ease of use. Addresses this need the new CubeCam of Kehan Digital , which is nothing more than a wearable room literally pocket. Still smaller than a GoPro, CubeCam has a surface area of 41mm per side, and is only 13mm high.
What we are experiencing it will be remembered as the era of the action cam boom. The Go Pro will not be the first to come to market, but it certainly did the school, that is, opened a new market segment, it has shown that with high-definition mini-rooms was to make money, and in a few years she was followed the same path with an almost identical product by dozens of competitors.
Just few days before the end of the presale period the camera features got a major upgrade, because now it’s capable of capturing not just 720p but the full 1080p too. Granted it’s only with 15fps, but still a nice and welcome change.
Kehan Chinese company specializing in the production of video recorders and cameras action, presented wearable camera CubeCam. A special clip is attached to clothing. For convenience, the clip can be mounted horizontally or vertically depending on how the camera is mounted. It can be worn daily activities. With CubeCam can shoot important things as a child, holidays or just their daily lives, so as not to miss something interesting.