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Clip and Go, with the Qlippie Q1 Mini HD Wearable Camera

         

Bringing a sense of fun and personalized style to wearable tech, the Qlippie Q1 is a Wi-Fi enabled, clip-and-go camera that’s ready to capture life as it happens. Measuring less than 1.9" on each side and about 0.6" thick, Qlippie is small in size, yet capable of recording Full HD 1080p video at 60 fps and 8MP still images. Its all-white body is clean and classy, but can be spiced up with one of 13 included colorful front-face stickers to reflect your personal style and taste, with patterns including zebra strip, plaid, camo, polka dot, and more.

Qlippie is equipped with a third-generation 1/3.2", 8MP, back side illuminated Sony CMOS sensor to deliver high-quality video and photos with enhanced low-light performance. The camera’s wide-angle lens provides a 122-degree angle of view, while minimizing the fish-eye distortion typical of many action cameras. Rather than using separate media cards, photos and videos captured with Qlippie are recorded to 32GB of internal flash memory, which accommodates up to 12 hours of HD video or 5,000 photos. Its built-in battery provides up to 2.75 hours of continuous HD video recording, with longer record times possible by connecting to an external USB power source.

Meant to accompany you wherever you go, the camera attaches directly to your clothing or bag strap using an integrated aluminum clip. It can also be attached to selfie sticks, handles, or other support devices via an optional mounting frame, and even used underwater, down to depths of 49', with the addition of the optional waterproof housing. For convenient control, the camera is Wi-Fi enabled, letting you connect to a smartphone running the Qlippie app for remote operation and one-click sharing of recorded content to popular social media platforms. You can also activate additional shooting modes, such as slow motion, time-lapse, and auto continuous, as well as apply built-in filters and correct image orientation.

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