UK based super-mega carrier EE has unveiled a new tiny camera, which becomes the second in its line up of wearable devices.
The new camera called the 4GEE Capture Cam measures just 55mm and weighs just 90g, and can be clipped onto clothing. Being an EE product there's always a 4G element and this is no different: the Capture Cam can stream over Wi-Fi to an iOS and Android app. From there you can choose a bunch of live streaming options, although this is limited to EE's platform, rather than Periscope or Meerkat.
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The 4GEE Capture Cam comes with 4GB of storage, which can be expanded to 64GB using the wonders of microSD. You can live stream at 720p HD at 30fps or at 480p/30fps, which means it's way behind the likes of GoPro – but at this size it's an acceptable pay-off. It can also take still shots at 8 megapixels.
The wearable Capture Cam comes off the back of the 4GEE Action Camera, which was released earlier this year. That was more of a GoPro rival with 720p/30fps footage and 13MP stills. That was also capable of live streaming and came with a wrist-worn viewfinder.
We're still waiting to hear on price, which is all important, but seeing it's sold by EE it will likely be available both pay monthly and for outright purchase.