Panasonic HX Wearable Camera Review
Panasonic introduces a wearable camera HX-A1 that captures scenes you have never seen before. Panasonic India launches its rugged wearable camera Panasonic HX A1 offering a revolution in capturing night scenes you have never seen before. The Ultra Compact camera weighs approximately 45 grams making shooting hands-free compatible even over longer periods recording exciting scenes in Full HD. The rugged machine is waterproof to 1.5m without the need for extra housing, shockproof to 1.5m, dustproof and even freezeproof down to minus 10 degrees C.
Panasonic HX A1 has a 0 Lux Night Mode for recording no-light japes. The camera itself includes an IR filter (night mode) and can be used with an infrared light source to catch that pesky red-eyed tree frog. It also features loop recording so you don’t need to worry about running out of storage. When recording for longer than an hour, this mode retains the most recent hour of scenes by erasing earlier scenes. The camera keeps recording seamlessly, by managing video in two-minute segments. The Wi-Fi wearable camera can be mounted to a Multi Mount onto goggles, shoulder bags or helmets or onto a tripod using a Tripod Mount. There’s plenty of optional accessories available including a handlebar mount, extended battery, twin mount for a light source, clip mount and head mount. It also captures footage up to Full HD and has a slow motion mode capable of shooting 60fps at 720p or 120fps at 480p.