With the advent of smartphone cameras and other handheld video recorders, putting yourself in the shot has become an increasingly complicated process. But Quebee, a wireless camera that shoots wide-angle HD video or time-lapse video, wants to change that.
Featuring a water-resistant covering and wireless capabilities, Quebee can shoot up to five hours of standard footage and 48 hours of time-lapse video, according to its website.
The camera is housed within a tiny cube with a single-touch button on top to start the recording process. It also comes with a handy tripod mount allowing for even more innovative shots.
Quebee also comes with an app for iOS and Android that helps you to manage your media. Users can launch the app to check image framing, upload footage to cloud services such as Dropbox and Google Drive and enable photo tagging, organizing and editing.
With a Kickstarter goal of $100,000, Quebee has raised more than half of its intended funding with about a week to go.
Source : Mashable