While some people love to travel around with their DSLR’s, some of us think it’s a big fuss. However, you can use a wearable camera, and click your favorite moments, without a hassel of carrying one. Well, we have covered wearable cameras in the past like Autographer and Memoto, but none of them was as pretty as MeCam.
This wearable camera is a small, lightweight camera that has been designed to shoot in low-light/dark conditions using its Infrared (IR) LED lights, which are built into the casing of the camera. It can store one hour of footage on its stock 4GB microSD card – four hours can be recorded on an optional 16GB card. Footage can be transformed to a computer either by transferring the memory card, or via an integrated USB port.
MeCam shoots in 720p high quality video and captures audio within a 20-foot diameter. It can be pinned to your shirt or worn on an included cord like a necklace, so you can shoot your clips without having to play Cameraman.
The MeCam is available now in a variety of colors, with prices starting at US$49.99.