A new wearable camera has been launched via Kickstarter this month called the Caply, created by a development team based in Los Angeles California. The Caply has been designed to provide users with the world’s most durable wearable camera that is capable of recording up to 5 hours of continuous footage from a single charge. Other features include more than 120 hours of standby time and 24 hours time-lapse recording. The pocket-sized camera also supports connectivity via both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi which can be used for live streaming if required.
The development team behind Caply explain more about the inspiration and design behind the wearable camera.
Caply tends to be the world’s most lasting wearable camera that can continuously record for more than 5 hours of videos. With the revolutionary low energy consuming technology, Caply can stand by for more than 120 hours and 24 hours time-lapse recording. Additionally, it supports streaming via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connection, and anti-shake technology to be truly portable and durable in everyday lifelogging. Let Caply be your trustworthy travel and lifelogging companion.
Abandon the old school mechanic pressing button style. Maximally enhance the user experience and extend the life of button. Simply swipe upward to turn on, and swipe downward to turn off. For most of us, in most of the time we do not really need an expensive camcorder for live-streaming. Especially in today’s environment, a truly portable and affordable solution with a low threshold of getting in would be just more than awesome.
Caply is now available to back via Kickstarter with early bird pledges starting from just $55 and delivery expected to take place during July 2018. For full specifications and more information jump over to the official Kickstarter campaign page via the link below.