CMRA Apple Watch Camera

Nov 7, 2016

Category: Tech

In an effort to make capturing life’s ever fleeting moments even easier, CMRA has introduced a camera for the Apple Watch that shoots photos from the wrist. Finally, the need to dig deep in your pockets for a smartphone to snag a sunset shot falls by the wayside, allowing you to be ever-present and ever-ready to score that frame-worthy photo.

Each CMRA is a device that attaches to a standard Apple Watch band and features an 8MP front-facing camera and a 2MP self-facing camera that’s perfect for selfies from time to time. You can also capture crisp HD video from the watch and a full charge offers a full day’s worth of battery life. And when the day is done and your CMRA needs some replenishment, a dual charging dock is available as well that charges both the CMRA and your Apple Watch. It also syncs with your iPhone for additional storage and sharing, offers video conferencing capabilities, and comes with a portable battery pack that’s good for two additional charges on the go. Available now on pre-order and is set to retail for $249. [Purchase]

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