HTC Re Camera is a standalone device that comes with Android and iOS. It’s main aim is to provide entertainment with its 16 Mega Pixels Camera and a Sony DSC Sensor. You need to just press a button on its top back side to hoot pictures and videos, while it has also a slow motion mode and time lapse mode. Good thing is that it resist against water up to 1 meter o depth. It has a built-in wireless and the Re app to know about what you are shooting.
HTC Re Camera’s body is certainly light weight and comes with an ultra wide f 2.8 lens that allows 146 degree angle of view. It got a Sony made 1-2.3 Inches 16 MP CMOS sensor, Sensor is indeed bigger than the normal Smartphone Mobile Camera’s sensors. You can focus on your movements instead watching on how it is capturing the videos or snaps, as the sensor lens is so wide that you can do it easily.
HTC Re Camera shaped like an Inhaler, you can hold it from bottom, but make sure to hold it tightly as it start to slip from your grip after some time.
Shoot in Water:
HTC Re has ability to provide water resistance up to 1 meter or 3.3 feet. It means you can hold it in any thunderstorm or under the pool for next 30 minutes. If you are keen to take your HTC Re to more depth, you can try optional Water Proof Cap to get it under water for 3 meters or 9.8 feet with extended time of 120 minutes.
HTC Re can record Videos and at 1080 Pixels or 720 Pixels resolution @ 30 FPS (Frames Per Seconds). It will sound a beep when you start recording, while the red light will blink at the time of recording or on taking photo.
Slow Motion Video Recording:
You can also record videos in slow motion, there is a button in the crook under the lens that switch normal recording mode to slow motion mode with ability to record videos at 720 Pixels resolution at 96 FPS (Frames Per Seconds), you need to Press and Hold the button to change normal video recording mode to slow motion mode. Then press the record button and do what you. Note that slow motion mode didn’t support audio and return back to normal video recording mode automatically.
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