SnapCam By iON: Wearable Lifelogging Camera Launched at CES 2015

SnapCAm is the freshest entrant to the wearable lifelogging market. You may have heard of Autographer or even Narrative. However, the SnapCam will be more or less the same.

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This miniscule 1.5 inch square device clips onto anything, your bag, clothes, belt and it's even magnetic. The tiny camera connects to your phone via an app which allows you to interact with it.

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SnapCam By iON: Wearable Lifelogging Camera Launched at CES 2015

It is an 8MP camera which also shoots video in 720p at 30fps. One cool feature is that it can activated by tapping once for camera and twice for video. The company claims that the small device 's battery will last one week on standby, shoot two hours of HD video or take around 5000 photos on a single charge. If just taking photos and videos is not enough then there is a livestreaming mode as well in which you can share your adventures online in real time (over WiFi or bluetooth).

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The SnapCam will cost you around $150 when it launches around spring. There is an $80 "Lite" version if you don't need the wireless connectivity.

ION's new SnapCam is a fun little device which allow you to capture and share your travels. Something similar would also be the GoPro.

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