WASHINGTON D.C : Graava camera has been announced that uses built-in sensors to that automatically edits the user’s videos.
According to the Verge, the Graava camera can shoot 1080p video at 30 frames per second and 720p video at 60 frames per second, take 8 megapixel pictures and has a relatively wide field of view of 130 degrees.
It cannot shoot extreme slow motion and it cannot shoot raw 4K video.
Also, it has a ‘hyperlapse’ mode which automatically collects the camera's 8 megapixel stills into a 4K time lapse video.
The camera has an 1100mAh battery that the company says will last for up to three hours of shooting 1080p video and can be charged with a wireless charging mat.
In addition, Graava software uses the microphone, accelerometer, GPS and even third-party heart rate monitors and the users just have to pre-set to record and it will auto-detect if something interesting is happening and start filming. All of the footage is shot in full HD as well.
The software can also make edits that match the beat of the user’s favorite song and can instantly sync footage from multiple Graava cameras.
The company says the first units will not come out until early 2016.
The users can preorder the Graava camera for USD 249 and it will ultimately sell for USD 399.