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Never miss a shot with The SunnyCam Extreme

SunnyCam has launched the Sunnycam Extreme glasses which feature a 1080p video camera built between the eyes for full HD video recording at 30 frames per second from your own unique viewpoint.

Vibration controls built into the frame arm let you activate video recording with just a touch. Because you're recording from your own point of view, there's no need for any camera mounts or accessories. All you need is your eyes.

Capture up to one hour's worth of footage thanks to a generous battery that lasts the distance long enough to capture any high-action adventure or extreme sports activity. With 16 GB of built-in storage there's plenty of room for your action videos.

With a water resistance rating of IP66 it means the SunnyCam Xtreme Camcorder Glasses are ideal for capturing Full HD video in rainy conditions, so there's no need to let bad weather put an end to your recording.

Choose from dark or clear lenses. In the box you'll find a pair of interchangeable lenses, letting you choose from a darker UV400 polarised lens or a clearer polycarbonate lens look to suit your weather conditions and style preference.

Top features:

- Full HD video recording from your point of view
- Capture up to an hour's worth of footage with 16 GB of memory
- Shoot in tricky conditions with water resistant glasses
- Choose from dark or clear lenses to suit your weather conditions

The Sunnycam Extreme costs £149.99 from SunnyCam.

https://sunnycam.com/xtreme-edition-video-recording-glasses

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