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POV PRO24MC 480p Video Recording Sunglasses

by Isaiah on April 25, 2016

POV PRO24MC

Capture hands-free video with POV’s new 480p video recording sunglasses, the PRO24MC. Featuring polarized lenses with a sleek design, these fully functional video recording sunglasses are built with a CMOS sensor, a 63-degree angle of view, one button operation function, a built-in microphone, a microSD card slot (up to 32GB) and a USB 2.0 port.

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GearBest

As we all know, this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC), the world’s largest mobile electronics trade show has just kicked off in Barcelona, Spain (22-25 February 2016). This annual event provides the planet’s best venue for mobile industry networking, new business opportunities and deal-making.

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Durango-Glossy-Black-1080p-Video-Recording-sunglasses

Built around impact-resistant Grilamid frames and 100% UV A/B/C blocking lenses, the Durango Glossy Black 1080p Video Recording sunglasses from Pivothead sports an 8MP Sony CMOS sensor, a 75-degree angle of view, a built-in 44.1 kHz microphone, an 8GB of internal flash memory and a micro-USB data/charging port.

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SpyShades

Check out these affordable hidden camera sunglasses ‘SpyShades’ from BrickHouse Security. Serving a double purpose as sunglasses and a camera, this stylish, sporty pair of sunglasses sports a 1.3MP CMOS image sensor, a microSD card slot (up to 32GB) and a built-in rechargeable battery (up to one hours of continuous video recording on a single charge).

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Coleman-VisionHD-Video-Recording-Underwater-Goggles

Capture underwater adventures such as swimming or snorkeling from your own point-of-view with Coleman’s VisionHD Video Recording Underwater Googles. Featuring a double anti-fog coating and a protective UV lens, these waterproof, dustproof and freezeproof underwater goggles sport a 5MP image sensor, a wide 135-degree field of view lens (720p setting / 120-degree in 1080p setting), a microSD/SDHC card slot (up to 32GB) and on-board controls which are located on the side of the frame (there are two buttons, one for photo and the other for video and power).

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