Lifelogging CameraDPMag Published in Blog
Did Aunt Judy send you a big fat check for the holidays? If you've got cash burning a hole in your pocket, may I suggest you check out the Memoto Lifelogging Camera. At $250 it's no throwaway device, but it's a relatively small price to pay when compared to most cameras, right? Especially when you consider how unique it is. You strap the camera to your clothes and it automatically shoots a photo every 30 seconds, logging your life (get it now?) without requiring you to spend your time documenting all of your activities. I don't expect that it will take the place of a regular camera, but it's certainly got the wow factor that is sure to be the envy of fellow gadget-loving photographers.
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