"Liquid Image's little Ego camcorder is big on tech"
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CNET First Look
CNET First Look
Liquid Image's little Ego camcorder is big on tech
And I'm Josh Goldman senior editor with CNET and -- -- looking.
Liquid image ego it's -- beyond any size -- quarter captures 1080.
At thirty frames per second 720 PX sixty frames Hussein.
And twelve megapixel photos.
Now that and of itself isn't that remarkable but it has built in Wi-Fi and thanks to a couple of apps for Android and IOS you came and full control of the -- quarter.
Code or other device now you also lose it as a viewfinder so people always want -- and it.
Now along with that you also get out built in ports on the side you get micro SD slot for expanded storage up to 32 gigs.
Micro HDMI for connecting to the TV.
And not micro USB for charging and sitting to your computer so all very compact package lots of things.
Now it has a built in batteries have estimated battery -- about one half to two hours so that's pretty good at taking down overnight and had died.
Use the data -- used to be available.
And that you set for a good hour video.
I'm Josh Goldman and again that's very small -- -- it yet.
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