New lifelogging camera claims intelligent capture
Lauren Crabbe | Published: Jul 30, 2013 at 17:20 UTC0
The lifelogging camera trend isn't over yet. Earlier this year, a slew of tiny, wearable cameras made their way into the marketplace and Google Glass continues to make headlines. This week, OMG Life released the Autographer — a 5MP lifelogger that can take up to 2,000 photos in one day.
By using its built-in sensors instead of a timer, the Autographer claims it is smarter than the average lifelogging camera. After it automatically snaps the photos, they are stored in its 8GB internal memory.
For £399.99 in the UK, the Autographer will keep you company throughout the day, periodically taking photos with its 136-degree wide-angle lens.
Read more about OMG Life's wearable camera here.