This is the mevo start.
And it's meant to make live streaming easier.
It's a camera specifically meant for live streaming events, video games, whatever you want to capture.
And you might ask, why not just use your phone?
Well, so this has a four hour battery life at least.
It can broadcast in high definition.
The app will sync up to a bunch of different platforms, like Twitter and Facebook and Twitch.
And it uses these microphones on top to capture some nice 3D audio.
It's designed to give your stream a real professional look.
What you'll be able to do once it launches in April is actually using multiple cameras at once, set them up and actually switch between the different streams.
So if you have an event that you want to broadcast, it's a relatively easy way of setting that up.
Each camera costs $300, which isn't nothing Smart Home cams can be had for as little as 200 But again, this one has a number of ways of connecting to your phone and streaming the actual content.
You can connect to your phone directly using this as a Wi-Fi access point.
If you have Wi-Fi, you can connect it to that.
Or you can plug in an ethernet cord and then stream whatever you'd like.
The camera broadcasting 1080p and it has a special wide angle lens that shows you a lot but doesn't distort into a fish eye view.
You'll be able to see the stream on the app, you'll be able to use the app to broadcast your platform of choice, and the camera's gonna launch in April.
Now the multi cam functionality is gonna come a little bit later in the Spring or the Summer But that's one of the really cool aspects is being able to switch from one feed to the next to really give your, whatever you wanna stream that broadcast feel.
Supposedly the camera has a good low light sensor, so you'll be able to see concerts at night Meebo [UNKNOWN] is actually the second of these cameras from this company, and it's meant to be more compact and a little bit more affordable.
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