A new streaming camera has just hit the market and we thought we’d let you know what it’s all about.
With a range of video features, including a 1080p camera, it has a lot to offer for the budding videographer.
Weighing in at less than a pound, the camera has been designed to be able to easily fit in a backpack or briefcase.
And that’s exactly what it does.
The new camera is powered by Vivint’s camera API, which means it’s a great fit for both videographers and photographers.
It has a full-HD 1080p resolution, and a full 60 frames per second video recording time.
It also has a wide-angle lens with a 3-axis stabilization.
All of this is built into the camera’s camera app, so it can take a full video capture of your footage and send it to a partner.
It’s also got a built-in Wi-Fi connectivity, so you can easily share your footage to social media.
You can download the Vivint Camera app for your Android device or Apple iOS device for $3.99.
The app has a simple interface, but it has some nifty features like the ability to shoot with a wide angle lens and video stabilization.
If you need to capture more video, you can even record videos from the front facing camera.
The camera itself isn’t the most exciting thing about the Vivins.
It comes with an integrated SD card reader that you can attach to a USB thumb drive.
That lets you access your footage, upload to a social media account, and send them to a videographer or photographer.
You can also choose between two different video modes: 720p video and 1080p video.
But the most impressive feature of the Vivin is its camera app.
This app, which is powered up by Vivin’s camera SDK, allows you to capture your footage using either the standard 720p camera or 1080p lens, or vice versa.
It can take multiple images simultaneously and has an option to share them all to your favorite social media outlets.
You can also upload your footage as a photo or video, and you can export your video as a slideshow.
Video quality is great on the Vivina, which can be captured in 1080p, 720p, or both at 720p.
The Vivin also has 1080p capture support and the 720p lens feature is also on the card, so there’s plenty of options for video capture.
The Vivint is available for $4.99 from Vivint.com.