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Wearable video cameras

Ilse Jurrien
CES report
Saturday 10th, January 2009
Posted by: Ilse Jurrien

Vievu, makers of award-winning wearable video cameras, announces the release of two new models of wearable video cameras, the PVR-PRO II and the PVR-LE II at the CES Trade Show in Las Vegas. The new models incorporate Vievu’S award winning wearable design features. They are wire free, waterproof, and ruggedized. The new models integrate newer CMOS technology for better image quality, as well as adding a broader color range, and storage capacities.

Wearable video cameras

Wearable video cameras for the professional market
The Vievu PVR-PRO II is targeted toward the professional market for users wishing to limit work liability, document work product, or capture a video diary. The Vievu PVR-LE II is a specialized product for the law enforcement market, and incorporates a secure software solution which uses secure hash functions to document the authenticity of the video files.

Wearable video solutions from Vievu
Steve Ward, President and Founder, said, “We are excited about these new technologies as well as the overwhelming response for our products that we have received over the past year. We are happy to be an industry leader providing of wearable video solutions.”

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