At CES 2014 the Panasonic Wearable 4K Camera Records HD at Eye Level

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jan 8, 2014 • References: panasonic & engadget
A memory will always be more vivid than a video -- or maybe not. The Panasonic Wearable 4K Camera has been presented at CES 2014, boasting an unbelievable 4,000-pixel resolution that can pick up even more than what your eyes will notice. One of the best parts of this innovative point-and-shoot gadget is that you won't even have to exert a great amount of effort in operating it.

The cutting-edge waterproof device has an intuitive button-based interface that enables you to choose your desired settings with ease. Next, slip the remote unit into a pocket and then hook the Panasonic Wearable 4K Camera over your ear. Yes, this camcorder is hands-free. It can store or live-stream high definition video to document all sorts of events in your life. Stats for Hi-Res Head-Worn Cams Trending: Older & Mild
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