Gadgets

This Coin-Sized Camera Makes Shooting a Snap

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* Ultra small size at just 1.5″ square
* Captures HD video or 5 MP stills
* Transfer images easily with a micro SD card

The Snap Cam Lite by iON camera is a truly wearable camera designed to capture spontaneous moments with ease. It takes 5 MP stills and can even record video in full HD onto a micro SD card. It easily connects to your computer with a micro USB cable and it has a very long lasting battery as well. Charging is via micro USB and takes only an hour or so.

The camera has enough battery and storage capacity for a full day of shooting, making it a fun accessory for baseball games, theme parks and more. An innovative mix between a wearable and an action camera, the Snap Cam is distinguished by its simplicity and ease-of-use. There is only one button– tap it once to take a still photo, twice to start or stop recording video. The best part: it’s only 1.5 inches square and weighs less than an ounce.

With no need to look at it in order to take pictures, the Snap Cam wearable camera is unobtrusive and intuitive to use. It has the advantage over just using your smart phone camera in that you don’t have to stop what you’re doing or hold out your phone at a particular angle in order to take photos or video.

Great for kids birthday parties and other events where you want to have a backup camera for spontaneous moments, the Snap Cam Lite is a great example of a famous saying in photography, that the best camera is the one you have on you.

Its tiny size, just a little larger than a quarter, and its clip-on backing, mean that the Snap Cam Lite can always be on hand. It slips easily into a pants pocket and even clips onto a belt loop or backpack strap.

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