One of more recent purchases has been a Go Pro camera. This is the tiniest thing I've ever seen but it has a boatload of options.
My favorite is the video recorder and we purchased the headgear for it to wear it on my forehead during events.
I confess I do feel like I'm wearing tefillin and should have a prayer shawl over my shoulders but it's getting better.
It seemed a natural way to go since I sleep in a contraption wrapped around my head all night.
I figured I might as well strap a camera to my forehead in the daytime.
Left Brain has been working on coordinating the phones and tablet with the Wi-Fi on the camera. Yup, it's got it's own Wi-Fi and you can watch whatever it sees on your laptop or phone. Perhaps we can use it a nanny cam and see what the cats do when we're not watching. On second thought...I really don't want to know.
It has a fish eye lens so takes in a lot of action. It can function as a camera as well, but since I have a good camera already it's the video that fascinates me.
I haven't been able to get their editing software to load, so purchased some cheap video editing software.
The best feature is that Left Brain's helicopter has an attachment for this camera so he can video what the helicopter sees from afar.
It also has a waterproof case so can be used in the water. I was trying to use this while swimming with the manatees but between my wanting to vomit and taking river water into my mouth I didn't accomplish very much that day. The granddaughters had fun with it in the swimming pool when they came down over Christmas break.
Since much of our new lifestyle of being on the road brings many different sites our way, this just seemed like a cool way to add to the enrichment of our experience.
Long Live the Queen of the Spy Camera