There's going to be a new flagship action camera in town, and you'll be surprised with what it'll do for you!
It's amazing how action cameras have the ability to capture amazing, jaw-dropping footages in your life; whether it's capturing your baby's first steps, or free falling off Mt. Fuji. There's going to be a new flagship action camera in town.
Introducing the Graava: a minimalist-looking action camera that will do all the hard work for you. What's with it that makes this cool camera a contender to the current forerunner in action cams?
Introducing the Graava: the minimalist-looking action camera that npt only takes great footages, but will be doing the time-consuming video editing work for you.
It only shoots at 1080p at 30 fps, and 720p at 60 fps... not as impressive as the Go Pro. It takes 8 MP stills, and has a lens view of 130 degrees. Though it can't shoot in extremely slow motion, it has a "hyperlapse" function that can compile your 8 MP stills to create a 4K time lapse video.
Its battery is not as impressive cause it can only last to about 3 hours of shooting 1080p videos. However, the Graava doesn't want to focus on its camera specs. It wants to stand out from the rest through its self-editing feature.
Graava offers artificial intelligence and sensor information to pick out the best shots that their app can automatically edit. You simply have to click the desired length of your final video, and it will be done for you. Takes a lot out of your hands.
Editing videos is time-consuming, and labor-intensive. Graava offers artificial intelligence and sensor information to pick out the best shots that their app can automatically edit. You simply have to click the desired length of your final video, and it will be done for you. You can even add additional music to spice up your footage.
What's even awesome is that its magnet wireless charger is not only convenient, but when you attach the camera to it, it will readily sync your files to your computer. Lastly, its home monitor mode lets it function as a home monitoring camera.
It's coming to the market early 2016, which gives others to develop something better if they want to compete with it.
Pre-ordering today will cost you $249. Normal retail price will be at $399.
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