Hunter's Specialties® i-KAM XTREME® Video Glasses
- Advanced mobile video recorder in a lightweight pair of glasses
- Wireless recording operation with microphone
- LED indicators for recording and battery status
- 3 MB, pinhole digital camera
- 4 GB of memory for up to two hours of recording
- Accepts a Micro SD card for 8 more GB
- Clear and polarized lenses
- Carrying case
- Cleaning cloth
- USB cable, AC adapter, and instructions
The future is here hyper-advanced mobile video recorder inside a lightweight pair of glasses! At a ball game, on a fishing trip, or in the treestand, you can record, hands-free, whatever you see and play it back on a Mac or PC. Wireless recording operation with microphone; LED indicators for recording and battery status. 3 MB, pinhole digital camera is incorporated into the frame, with 4 GB of memory for up to two hours of recording; also accepts a Micro SD card for 8 more GB. Includes clear and polarized lenses, carrying case, cleaning cloth, USB cable, AC adapter, and instructions. Powered by a rechargeable lithium-polymer battery. One size fits most. Weight: 1.4 oz.
Rated 1.9 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by OOZBLOOD NOT THE GREATEST BUT THEY WORK I bought these because I hunt alone and thought that they would be a good fit. The pinhole camera needs to have a wider view. The biggest complaint with these glassess is that the arms are not comfortable and they dig into the sides of my head. I have taken the lens out during the day as the sun is usually at my back and theres no need for them. The video and audio quality is very good but does not have great video when trying to review shot footage out past 100 feet in the woods. Its great on the open road or high lighted areas. December 2, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Lipripper47 mine broke too They do a great job of filming, but my frame broke also in cold weather. November 19, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Bowhunter72 Needs improvements Video and audio works great. The problem is, DO NOT USE when below 40 degrees. The frame will crack above the lenses. This happened to myself and two of my friends that have them. Needs a more flexible frame and this would be a most for all solo hunters. October 19, 2011
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Details:Id use them for airsoft where bbs can be travelling up to 450 fps. Are they as strong as a pair of shooting glasses??
Details:Let's say you're trout fishing and it starts to rain or heaven forbid they fall into the stream. Would they be ruined?
A:There is a potential they can not with stand as theSD card or the electronics could get fried if immersed. More likely though in a moving stream, they would float away quickly and not be recovered. Get a eyeglass strap to avoid the scenario you envision. Good luck.
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