2013 Holiday Gift Guide Suggestion
As technology continues to become more advanced, it also gets smaller and smaller. I recently had the opportunity to review a perfect example of this in a unique wearable video camera called the MeCam.
The MeCam is a small, light-weight, hands-free video camera that you can literally wear. Pin it on your shirt, wear it as a necklace or pin it on anything you’d like to capture video from that point of view. Available in several fun and fashionable colors, people will have no idea that it is actually a video camera!
You would think that something this small would not have very many features, and would have poor video quality, but you’d be wrong! The MeCam shoots in 720p video, plus it doubles as a 5.0 MP digital camera. It is also capable of recording sound, and its proprietary LED Infrared (IR) technology that is built right into the device enables you to shoot in low-light/dark conditions. The IR will work in video or picture mode, and it is easily activated just with the click of a button. Plus, the MeCam comes with a USB cord so you can easily connect it to your computer or other device and seamlessly download your footage.
Since the MeCam weighs less than a ¼ of a pound, and measures only 1.75″in diameter, it is the perfect size to take with you where ever you go. Simply pin it to your clothes or accessories with the attached safety-pin on the back, or use the included cord to make it into a necklace. It is simple to use, operated by 3 buttons located on the side of the device, each of which is easily accessible while the device is attached to you.
MeCam makes the perfect gift, and since it is so easy-to-use, it is appropriate for all ages. You can even customize your MeCam to your preferences! Choose from five bright and stylish colors – black, white, green, blue or pink – and three disc sizes – 4GB, 8GB or 16GB. It is compatible with both Windows and Mac systems. And at only $49.99, it is a steal! Get your MeCam now and never miss a moment again!
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