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.
Kodak introduced the new Zx1 Digital Video Camera, a compact and rugged digital device that enables “go-anywhere” High Definition recording. The Kodak Zx1 video camera allows users to shoot and share high-quality video quickly and simply, with 720p HD video capture - at 60 or 30 frames per second - a vibrant 2.0-inch LCD screen, and built-in software for easy editing and sharing of content to YouTube and other social media and networking websites. The kodak Zx1 video camera is designed to meet these needs at the touch of a button - no lens cap, dials to turn or settings to adjust.
CNet Technology, a Silicon Valley net-working and communi-cations company established in 1987, announced the release of its third IP camera, the CIC-920W. Similar to its other cameras, the CIC-920W wireless camera offers many features, including 640x480 image resolution, motion detection, alarm notification, and WPA wireless security. “The surveillance camera market is shifting from closed-circuit TV to IP cameras. In addition, the industry is migrating from motion JPEG to MPEG-4. We’re happy to say that the CNet CIC-920W comes with a MPEG-4 video compression feature that provides high-resolution images with less storage and bandwidth constraints,” said Bryan Chan, EVP of CNet.