Pivothead Durango Glasses

Friday, December 12th, 2014 | In Electronic Gadgets | Tags: ,

Pivothead Durango Glass is one of the options when it comes to capture hands-free point-of-view video (POV) and it is as simple as users guessed it, putting on a pair of glasses. Between the eyes of the glasses is a lens with an 8-megapixel Sony CMOS sensor that capable of capturing full HD MP4 format video at 30 frames per second as well as 8-megapixel stills.

Pivothead Durango Glasses
~ Pivothead Durango Glasses ~

Since the storage, battery and control are all built into the glasses, there is not extra bits to worry about and users just need to put them on and start recording the video on-the-go. While that is very freeing, when it comes to record whatever activity users are doing, the self-contained nature of the glasses means users definitely working with some limitations.

The frames are coated with a matte black rubber that gives users some grip when wearing them. The Durango lenses are impact resistant but Pivothead does not make any durability. The hinges are fairly touch, and the frames are flexible, so they do not feel like they easily snap.

The glasses are set to record video at a resolution of 1080p at 30 frames per second and capture photos at 8 megapixels. The glasses default to fixed focus, which set the focus to an intermediate point so everything in the scene is for the most part in focus. The continuous auto-focus that can continue adjust focus as the subject or head move around and a regular auto-focus that focuses on whatever users are looking at when they press record.

Information via pivothead.


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