Tiny Spy Video Camera Clips To Glasses - Deja View Camwear

Posted: Nov 15 2003, 10:08am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:06pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

Tiny Spy Video Camera clips to Glasses - Deja View Camwear
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Deja View introduces their first wearable video camera - Camwear Model 100.

The Deja View Camwear Model 100 clips to glasses or hat and is constantly buffering 30 seconds of what the user experiences while wearing our product.
With a press of a button, the camera will record a 30 second video with audio in 320X240 CIF in MP4 format. The file is saved to a SD Memory card (64MB provided) upgradeable to 512MB. The movie file can be stored and transferred to a computer or when played in Video out mode, can be recorded directly through a VCR or viewed directly on your TV screen. A USB port is available. The main-unit can be worn on the hip.

The Deja View Camwear looks smaller than the Camera Sunglasses HP Research came up with last September.

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