Podo Sticky Camera

Mar 6, 2015

Category: Tech

You won’t soon see us toting a selfie stick, but man, the hatred that invention has inspired in such a short time is on some kind of Kim Jong Un level. You’re gonna wanna avoid that. But fret not, because there’s a new way to take those wide angle shots of you and your crew.

Podo is a Bluetooth connected, stick-anywhere camera that you control with your smartphone. Using tons of microscopic suction cups, Podo promises to stick to pretty much any kind of surface, from doors to walls to street signs. You can then line up the shot with a preview on your phone, snap it, then have it wirelessly transfer to your device. The pictures are 8 megapixels, and it takes 720p video as well. There’s an LED flash for dimly lit shots, and the pads apparently wash clean with water and are good to go again and again. [Purchase]

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