Caply the pocket-sized action camera has once again taken to the Kickstarter crowdfunding website to raise the required funds it needs for its latest action camera to make the jump into production, after its previous campaign came to a sudden halt. Marketed as the “world’s most durable action camera” Caply is capable of capturing up to 5 hours of video footage on a single charge and accepts 128 GB storage cards. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about its unique design and recording capabilities.
This summer feels like the fastest we’ve ever experienced…yet we managed to pack so much in… and why does July feel like a lifetime ago? – time is weird that way, right? With a nod to the past and an eye on the future, we developed Caply to keep up with your active lifestyle and accompany you on all of life’s adventures. Caply is intelligently designed to pack a lot of quality enhancements in a small body. See for yourself what makes it so awesome…The versatile life camera Caply.
Caply is designed to go the distance and accompany you on all of life’s adventures. A second-generation low energy consuming solution and custom battery design that lasts up to 5 hours straight non-stop record, 24 hours time-lapse record and standby more than 120 hours. With a strengthening memory storage that ultimately supports 128 GB maximally. A long-lasting wearable camera and exceptional large memory storage allow for numerous excitement reservations and keep up with your active lifestyles. Caply is always at the ready to capture extraordinary moments. Together with the Ultra Portable Size and Weight, Interchangeable Accessories, Caply is Versatile and On-The-Go for every part of your life-journey.
For more information on the Caply Assistive Touch and Voice Control features jump over to the official Kickstarter campaign page by following the link below. With a small action camera is now available to back with pledges starting from just $54 or roughly £40, with shipping expected to take place during June 2018.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Camera News, Concepts & Design, Top News