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Kiba – The World’s First Interactive Self-Editing Camera

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Capture every meaningful moment with Kiba, the world’s first interactive self-editing camera. Made to be portable and to be as spontaneous as life is, Kiba records beautiful footage with 1080p high definition resolution and can be taken from room to room. Simply set a duration time for the recording as well as a name and this clever camera will record and edit your videos to perfecting. Using patented Joy Ranking technology, Kiba cuts about 90% of unwanted footage automatically so you can stay present in the moment and in front of the camera with your loved ones. Amazingly, Kiba also responds to voice commands to initiate recording, snap a selfie, or even to turn off. All of your footage is securely stored on the device or in the cloud.

Overview & Specs
Editor's Rating:
Dimensions (Without Mount) :
90mm L x 90mm W x 75mm H
Dimensions (With Mount) :
90mm L x 106mm W x 124mm H
Weight (Without Mount) :
270 grams
Weight (With Mount) :
385 gram
Optics :
Full HD 1080p videos at 30fps, High-Res 13 MP photos, 94 degree FOV, Superior low light performance, Wide Dynamic Range, Built-in Face Detection
Storage :
64 GB and Unlimited Cloud Storage
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