The 1.5-inch-square SnapCam announced at CES 2015 can snap up to 5,000 photos -- one every two minutes -- on a single charge, among other things.
The company's fourth-gen camera has one of the most compact designs we've seen, built with components and features that raise it above your average action cam.
This teardrop-shaped lifelogging camera recognises faces so it knows when you're talking to someone and starts recording.
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Keep your smartphone in your pocket with a wearable camera that shoots photos when it "detects" important moments.
QindredCam is a lifelogging camera that you wear about your person. It recognises faces and records your conversations.
At CES 2015, Sony shows its video expertise in the form of two new Action Cams ready to do everything from capture high-bit-rate video to live-streaming to blazing-fast burst shooting.
Known primarily for its action cams, iOn manages to squeeze an HD camera, wireless connectivity and a long battery life into an ultratiny body.
Strap this 4K beauty to your hanglider for extremely hi-res action shots. We go hands on at CES 2015.
The Netatmo Welcome uses face recognition to help you watch over your family.
Stick this Blast Motion precision motion sensor on your GoPro to capture performance metrics and add them to your action footage. Why? To improve your feats -- and brag, of course.