Last Updated on December 22, 2020
Specially designed and manufactured for the iconic Apple Watch, The Wristcam is a revolutionary Apple Watch band equipped with two high-resolution cameras for your indulgence. Gone are the days of using the Apple Watch as a mere shutter button for your iPhone’s camera. With The Wristcam, you are able to take high quality pictures and videos from the Apple Watch itself – and so far, it is one of the first ever smart bands to be granted the prestigious “Made by Apple Watch” status by Apple itself.
Crystal Clear Quality
As mentioned previously, The Wristcam contains two Sony cameras, an 8-megapixel rear facing camera which gives you the creative liberty to take pictures of anything that your heart desires, and a 2-megapixel front facing camera perfect for candid self-portraits and your routine “just woke up” Instagram selfie.
The developers behind The Wristcam also spared no expense when it comes to the image quality of the smart band – with resolutions of up to 3840 x 2160 pixels for photos and a full high-definition video resolution of up to 1080 pixels. The Wristcam also offers video streaming capabilities for the social media savvy individual.
Serving with Style
When it comes to the fashion department, The Wristcam is able to serve up a sleek design which does not feel out of place with your Apple Watch – coming in cool colors namely Noir, Blanc, Gray, and Sage. The Wristcam is also crafted with a perfectly lightweight material weighing only 23 grams – allowing a wider range of motion and flexibility even with the accessory attached to your smartwatch.
If that was not enough to convince you to purchase The Wristcam, the smart band is also manufactured to be water resistant for up to 30 minutes in an underwater depth of approximately 1 meter.
There are also plenty of additional features which add to the appeal of The Wristcam such as 8GB worth of internal storage (which estimates to an hour’s worth of Full HD 1080p Video Recording), WiFi connectivity, and a convenient LED light which signals the user when a photo or video is about to be taken or recorded.
The Wristcam also has a battery of its own so you don’t have to worry about the band taking up the power of your Apple Watch. And to top it all off, The Wristcam is capable of conveniently synchronizing with your iPhone’s Camera Roll via the Wristcam App to ensure that all your photo and video files are safe and secure.