A camera that uses sensors to take pictures automatically is coming to the UK, and it can shoot up to 2000 images in a day
Autographer, a camera that takes photos at random intervals, is coming to the UK.
The camera works by intelligently working out when it should take photos. Its manufactures, OMG, said it used five built-in sensors to work out the best moment to take a photo.
Autographer looks at the direction it is moving, the current ambient temperature, brightness and colour, nearby moving objects and their speed and combines this information together.
Autographer takes photos continuously, using its sensors to attempt to capture key moments. Up to 2000 photos can be captured in one day. The camera is designed to be worn around the neck or clipped to clothing.
The camera has a 136 degree wide-angle lens. It also has GPS so photos can be tagged to a specific location. Autographer will come with 8GB of internal memory, Bluetooth and a dedicated smartphone app for sharing photos and creating time-lapse videos with them.
Autographer will be available in the UK from November, priced at £399. More information is available on the Autographer website.
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