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10 Best Wearable Cameras

10 Best Wearable Cameras

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Why need a wearable camera?

Wearable cameras usually clip on to an article of clothing such as a shirt, belt, harness, hat or helmet. With Wearable cameras, you can capture video in a unique, first-person perspective. Whether you’re snowboarding down Mount Fuji, swimming with dolphins in the Caribbean or just spending quality time with the kids on your holiday in the Med, the first-person videos created by wearable cameras capture the most natural memories when they matter most.

What to look for when choosing wearable cameras?

Wearable cameras range from small, low-resolution options for use as life cameras to full HD sports camera for professional video. Knowing what to look for allows you to choose the right one for your needs.

Video Quality

Video recording is an important consideration, even if you just want a life camera. Some wearable cameras don’t have the ability to capture video; instead they take still photos wherever you are. Others include full HD recording at 1080p, which is suitable for creating high-resolution video for a YouTube channel or for other video productions.

Camera Size

While all wearable cameras are small, they do vary greatly in size and weight. Generally speaking, the higher the photo and video quality, the larger and heavier the camera is. For example, some clip easily onto your collar or a belt loop, while others are meant for attaching onto a halter or a helmet.

Connectivity & Streaming

Connectivity options include Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Bluetooth allows you to connect the camera to your phone for viewing photos, streaming and using the phone as a remote control. Some wearable cameras instantly sync with Facebook, YouTube or Google Hangouts for live streaming. Depending on your preference, you may or may not want these features.

Storage Capacity

Most of the time, wearable cameras use SD or microSD cards for storage. Depending on the model, they support anywhere from 4GB to 120GB, allowing you to gather different amounts of data. This is a convenient option because you can switch cards for additional storage. Some include a small amount of internal storage so that you can use the camera without a card.

Review of 10 best wearable cameras

Based on above list standards, we have picked the following 10 best wearable cameras for you.

1. GoPro Hero 5

Like all of their previous models, the GoPro Hero5 is made to impress. It captures impressive 4K video, can take 12MP still photos, and doesn’t even require a case to be waterproof down to 33 feet. With the range of accessories available, you can mount it on anything.

2. SereneLife Clip-on

The SereneLife Clip-on records all of your videos and photos onto an SD card and has built-in wireless technology to make sharing those clips and images easy. It features a 1.8-inch LCD, so you can see what you are recording while it is in progress.

3. Veho VCC-005

The Forestfish Sunglasses have a built-in 720p video recorder and can record continuously for three hours at a time on a single charge. They come with an 8GB TF card to store your clips, and can support additional cards up to 32GB.

4. Forestfish Sunglasses

The Eyeclub Watch looks like a premium fashion accessory with its beautifully-designed dial and stainless steel case. It is easy to operate, with just two buttons to worry about, and all the videos it creates are time stamped for later reference.

5. Eyeclub Watch

The Eyeclub Watch looks like a premium fashion accessory with its beautifully-designed dial and stainless steel case. It is easy to operate, with just two buttons to worry about, and all the videos it creates are time stamped for later reference.

6. iON Lite SnapCam

The bright color of the iON Lite SnapCam definitely means that it isn’t a good choice for anybody trying to record incognito, but if you are lifelogging and just want something small, durable, and low cost, it is a smart buy.

7. VTech Kidizoom

The VTech Kidizoom is an affordable and durable action cam designed specifically for children, so they can record their adventures without breaking your budget. It comes in pink or yellow, and is equipped with a 1.4″ color LCD screen.

8. FrontRow FR

The FrontRow FR allows you to live stream all of your adventures to Facebook, so your friends can share in the fun. It comes with a lanyard, multi-use connector, and a clip that can double as a stand for this times you want to set it up on a flat surface.

9. Conbrov HD088

The Conbrov HD088 can record videos with or without a time stamp and plugs directly into your computer’s USB port when it is time to transfer data. Its 75-degree field of view is somewhat limited, but anything in that view is extremely crisp and clear.

10. Conbrov HL01

The Conbrov HL01 is a multi-purpose option that functions as both a wearable camera and a headlamp, making it perfect for those rugged nighttime adventures when you need bot of your hands free. It offers 32GB SD card support and up to 17 hours of battery life.

Reference resources:
http://www.toptenreviews.com/electronics/photo-video/best-wearable-cameras/
https://wiki.ezvid.com/best-wearable-cameras

Play, edit and share wearable cameras with ease

When the video shooting stage is completed, to make maximum use of the wearable camera footage, you may wish to play the camera video on your computer with media player software, transfer the footage to view on smartphones, tablets, stream them to your large screen TV via media streaming devices, etc, load into simple or professional video editing software for some post editing workflow or upload and share the footage on popular video sharing sites like YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, Instagram, etc.

The good news is that all above listed requirements can be easily filled with our powerful wearable camera assistant – Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate. The program has full support for all the 4K/2K/HD/SD video shot with all wearable cameras with different compression codec and container file formats. Besides that, it supports batch conversion mode, so that you can load multiple wearable camera footage into the application for conversion at one time. With the program, you can easily convert wearable camera video to various popular SD and HD file formats, device or programs preset profile formats for better playing, editing and sharing. What’s more, the built-in beneficial video editing function can also assist you to complete some simple video editing work such as trim video length, crop video black bars, add video/image/transparent text watermark, apply special rendering effect, change video picture effect, add external subtitle, etc to assist you to get the exact video that you want.

Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate is available on Windows 10/8.1/8/7, it is also accompanied by an up-to-date Mac version – Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac for macOS High Sierra, macOS Sierra, Mac OS X El Capitan, Mac OS X Yosemite, Mac OS X Mavericks, etc.

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