August 27, 2013 | cameras, Documentary, production |

Better Than James Bond – Sunglasses that Record 1080p with Audio

Recording Glasses
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These glasses give new meaning to the term POV!

Pivothead 1080 HD 8MP Video Recording Camera Polarized Hands-Free Sunglasses

Brilliant HD video 1080p at 30 fps / 720p at 60fps / 720p at 30 fps, 8MP Sony CMOS Image Sensor for shockingly crisp still images, Auto, Continuous, Fixed and Macro Focus Settings ,Auto Scene Adjustment

2GB SDRAM, Wind-resistant audio recording, Up to 16-shot rapid burst still photos, Time lapse burst still shots at various intervals

8GB internal memory capacity , 75 degree Field of View, no fish eye image distortion

Micro USB 2.0 works with Mac and PC, Multiple pre-set video and camera modes include Active, Sports, Spectator, Social “Hands On” and more, Black and White video and still option

Simply use the USB cable to download directly to your computer, iOS device or Android. In addition, Pivothead comes with free Control Setting Software that lets you control every aspect of your glasses. In addition, the glasses come with 8GBs of memory built in so you’re ready to go right out of the box – no memory cards needed, no additional mounting accessories required. Each 8GBs of memory holds approximately 60 minutes of 1080p HD video.

Try The Pivothead 1080p Video Recording Camera Sunglasses.

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One thought on “Better Than James Bond – Sunglasses that Record 1080p with Audio

  1. Walter Lowe

    This is cool. I used to work at Nickelodeon and we had a pair of video glasses for one of our live shows. It had a small lens in the bridge of the glasses but the user had to wear a backpack with a 10 pound Hi-8 recorder and batteries in it. Amazing how far video production tools have come!!

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