Thanko - 5MP miniature camera built-in goggles

New athletic model - Mitamanma Megane Goggles - from Thanko's miniature camera built-in glasses series called "Mitamanma Megane" - is out.

The new model is a pair of goggles designed for those who enjoy sports and that fit your face well even while exercising. It is able to shoot a video of things you are looking at with the 5MP tiny camera placed at the center of the goggles. So, for example, you can record the same cycling, mountain-climbing, and or video-game-playing scenes that you are seeing.

With the button at the side of the goggles or the accompanying small remote control, you can start recording a video. Images up to 32GB can be saved in a microSD card. The remote control also allows you to start recording audio or shooting photos. The lenses provide UV protection.

If you take a video wearing Mitamanma Megane Goggles while hanging out with someone, it will look like this:


  • Price: ¥9,980
  • Size: W80xL165xH50mm
  • Weight: 75g
  • OS: Windows Vista, 7, 8, Mac 10 or later
  • Power: USB
  • Battery: 500mAh lithium polymer battery
  • Battery life: 3 to 4 hours
  • Charging time: 3 hours
  • Recording files: Movie AVI 1280 × 720 30fps/ Photo JPEG 2560 × 1920/ Audio WAV stereo




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