Graava Action Camera

Aug 6, 2015

Category: Tech

We’ve seen some impressive action cams come out of the wood works as of late, and they seem to be getting smaller and smaller with each new unveiling. Now, there’s a new entrant into the market: Graava.

The Graava action camera is quite an impressive device despite its small size. It uses motion, audio, accelerometer and GPS sensors, as well as voice cues to detect highlights of your footage. Users are able to use Graava’s app to create highlight reel footage on-the-go, which will amazingly edit your footage to match the beat of a song you select. Graava allows users to record 3 hours of continuous footage at 1080p and 30 frames per second per charge. But even with all that footage, Graava is able to detect the highlights without any necessary input from its user. Of course, you can also edit the raw footage yourself, but that sounds like a lot of work. The Graava is available to pre-order for $249.

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