Roader, a company known for its innovative cameras, released the new Time Machine Camera at CES 2018 this week.
The Time Machine Camera is a wearable camera that is constantly buffering live video, so that when a user hits the record button it saves 10 seconds before and 10 seconds after. Roader hopes that this camera will eliminate the issue of missing out on a moment when the user presses record too late, or ends the video too early. The camera comes with 16GB of internal storage and records both low-resolution and high-resolution versions of the user's footage. Compatible with both iOS and Android, the camera sends videos directly to a smartphone through an app. With an estimated battery life from six to seven hours, this camera will make sure the user always captures desired moments.
The Time Machine Camera is available for purchase online now.
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