Novo Camera by Radiant Images

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Do you love your GoPro Hero 3 camera, but looking for more robust options while still maintaining the portability and convenience? Well that’s exactly what the Radiant Images Novo Camera is in a nutshell.

The designers at Radiant Images have taken the GoPro 3, and repurposed it into what you see here. The same tiny housing stays in play, but the camera now has the option to accept C-Mount lenses taking your recording to a level never thought imaginable by a GoPro. The product designers behind the Novo still left all of the features that we love from the GoPro intact including the LCD touch screen, high resolution 12MP sensor, and Wi-Fi connectivity.

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