Shonin Streamcam Mini Wearable Camera with Optional LTE

With WiFi and optional LTE Shonin Streamcam mini wearable camera lets you effortlessly capture your side of the story and share video with your friends. Sounds cool? Let’s keep checking.

Shonin Streamcam Mini Wearable Camera with LTE

The Shonin Streamcam is a portable and wearable mini camera that measures 56 x 56 x 13.5mm. As shown in the images, the wearable camera shows off a smooth and elegant appearance design along with multiple optional color schemes in order to meet different personal styles. Meanwhile, the wearable camera features an ultra compact form factor, so you can effortlessly take it anywhere with you, and Shonin Streamcam comes with a magnetic clip and a regular clip. Using the two clips you can conveniently attach the mini camera onto your cloth.

Shonin Streamcam Mini Wearable Camera with LTE

The wearable camera comes equipped with a 120-degree wide-angle lens and it supports 720p and 1080p video recording. Using built-in WiFi module, Shonin Streamcam wirelessly communicates with your smartphone so that you can edit your videos using its custom app and share them via your social media, and optional LTE model allows you to directly save your video in the cloud, or you can also broadcast to services like Facebook Live.

Furthermore, its rechargeable battery offers up to 2.5 hours of video recording. Using optional magnetic battery pack you can get longer video recording, and the pack works with both clips for non-stop recording. In addition, the mini camera meets IP67 waterproof standards. This means that it withstands the contact of harmful dust and immersion in water with a depth of up to 1 meter for up to 30 minutes. Apart from these, a built-in microSD card slot allows you to add internal storage capacity for your video recording.

Shonin Streamcam Mini Wearable Camera with LTE

The team behind Shonin Streamcam is raising fund for the product on Kickstarter. We can pledge $149 to preorder the wearable camera. It’s expected to be shipped in February next year.

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