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The Autographer is your own personal electronic photographer

If you’ve ever gone on vacation somewhere new, you probably brought along a camera to capture all of of those sites and special moments. Unfortunately, the special moments get ruined when you have to stop everything to reach for your camera, then make sure everything is posed just right. Not to mention you have to lug around a bulky camera in your pocket. What if you could just enjoy your trip, and still have awesome pictures at the end?

I’m not talking about hiring a photographer to follow you around. I’m talking about the Autographer. This is a wearable camera with a 136 lens that captures 5MP pictures automatically. It uses information from five different sensors to determine the best time to snap a photograph. Sure, you might not get the exact same shots that you’d take with a normal camera, but you’ll get some amazing pictures that you might not have ever thought to take, and you won’t have to stop what you’re doing to take them. The device will have Bluetooth, and a companion app for your smartphone that will allow you to view your pictures on the go. There will also be a desktop program for editing them, as well. Unfortunately this luxury camera does come at a high cost. The tiny camera will set you back $650 when it hits the market this November.

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