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Drift Innovation helmet cam does 1080p, with a rotating lens and LCD

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on June 10th, 2010

Drift Innovation’s HD170 is an attractive helmet cam. It boasts a tiny 1.5-inch color LCD and built-in speaker. An adjustable lens should give you more freedom in how you attach it, too. Priced at $329, it’s a good deal with the other specs.

Like 30fps, H.264 compression, 5 megapixel stills, 1110 mAh battery, up to 32GB SDHC card. If you’re looking for a helmet cam for your crazy stunts, this one is worth a serious look.

ContourHD helmet cam now shipping

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on June 17th, 2009

ContourHD: The first wearable HD camcorderJust in time for Father’s day, the VholdR ContourHD is now shipping. Dads everywhere will soon be doing stuff like jumping out of planes, all the while making a video from their point of view. The 720p wearable cam was first announced back in April.

It will cost you $299.99, but Amazon has them for $20 less and they are throwing in a $50 gift. Which oesn’t do you much good if you Jackass stunts land you in the hospital.

Samsung’s SCH-W760 features night vision cam

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on May 13th, 2009

Samsung's SCH-W760 features night vision camThe new SCH-W760 looks like a typical midrange slider. It sports a 3 megapixel camera, DMB reception, Bluetooth, and a 2.8-inch AMOLED display. In other words, the usual. It does feature at least one very interesting feature, though.

That would be a front cam sensitive to the infrared spectrum so that you can hold grayscale video calls in complete darkness. Great for faking ghosthunters type scenes and making your own Blair Witch footage. We have no idea why.

JVC’s new Everio concept HD camcorder

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on September 30th, 2008

JVC’s new Everio concept HD camcorderJVC enters the HD pocket camcorder arena with something new at CEATEC today, with the Everio HD Memory Camera. This SDHC based concept camcorder is expected to be AVCHD ready with an HDMI port. You’ll notice that most of the buttons are conveniently situated within finger distance at the top of the device. There isn’t much info otherwise, but more details will be forthcoming.

Philips wireless internet cam concept is creepy, could bite

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on July 27th, 2008

Philips wireless internet cam concept is creepy, could bite
Here’s a new wireless Philips concept by Flynn Product Design that offers something drastically different and ultra-awesome in a Sci-Fi kind of way. So awesome in fact that you’ll be watching it from the corner of your eye, waiting for it to ponce and suck out your insides.

If spiderwebs suddenly appear near this thing, get rid of it immediately because: A. It’s alive. Or B: It’s attracting little baby spiders that think it’s their mama, who will grow into big spiders. Creepiness aside, this might be the best webcam design yet. Soon spider cams will be no doubt be following us everywhere. I’d like to extend a warm welcome to our new overlords and I’m looking forward to working with you in return for my life.

StealthVue PennyCam: Take a penny, get caught on camera

Posted in Spy Gear by Conner Flynn on June 23rd, 2008

StealthVue PennyCam: Take a penny, get caught on cameraThe PennyCam from StealthVue is a hidden camera that captures upwardly-angled pictures. It’s best used on the counter of a corner store, snapping a clear identifiable photo of the person’s face. The cam is in a Take-A-Penny, Leave-A-Penny tray, and is connected to a DVR with a standard BNC cable that is below the counter.

It’s powered by a 12V adapter, and will capture images in 500 x 582 resolution thanks to the 0.33″ Sony CCD image sensor. The StealthVue PennyCam will cost you $199. Once you have it, you can confront them with the evidence. “You took a penny, but never left a penny.” “No I didn’t” Then show them the proof. You’ll never again have to be taken advantage of by penny tray abusers.