Contour Unveils Cerevo POV Device

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Contour, an American seller of hands-free video cameras, and Japan-based Cerevo have introduced a portable live-streaming video device claimed to be the smallest and least expensive.

The Cerevo-branded LiveShell POV (point-of-view) device is a battery-powered solution that can be purchased from Contour beginning next month for about $300.

“Contour is excited to include LiveShell to our product suite in the U.S., allowing our customers to broadcast their hands-free pursuits live to the web as it happens,” said Contour CEO Marc Barros. “It’s a perfect complement to our Contour+ camera model. We start with the best hands-free, POV camera with built in GPS and mobile connectivity – and have now added a wireless live-streaming solution with the LiveShell. Partnering with Cerevo and Ustream will allow Contour customers to share their ski run, bike route, or any other hands-free action with their family and friends in real-time.”

[Site: Contour.com]

Chris Malinao

About Chris Malinao

Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.

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