Zeal Optics, one of the leader in GPS goggle technology has launched high-definition camera goggle that can capture video and photos while standing or on the move labeled as iON.
The iON is equipped with a 1080p HD video camera that captures real-time video and sound. The camera also snaps 8-megapixel photos. It operates without removing your gloves by using buttons located on the side of the goggles.
iON uses a high-quality camera with a sophisticated, 170-degree wide angle lens that captures images in the wide periphery. The camera automatically adjusts for light levels and has infinity focus. It uses an in-goggle viewfinder and on-camera controls. iON runs on a rechargeable lithium-ion battery with a six-hour run time, depending on video and camera usage.
iON comes with software that allows users to adjust all settings in the camera and after downloading their video and images from their goggles to their PC and Mac computers via a mini-USB connection. The goggles also have a micro-SD card that can be popped into computers or televisions. Images and video can be shared through all social media outlets, like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and more, or riders can become a member of Zeal’s online community to share their shots.
Zeal Optics’ iON Goggles are priced at $399 and will be available at specialty retailers and online stores worldwide, including www.zealoptics.com.