Sunglasses with Camera, MP3 Player & Remote

1.3 Megapixel Spy Camera Sunglasses

These “spy glasses” comes with 1GB of storage, a remote control, built-in earbuds and MP3 player, USB 2.0 interface, and a 1.3 megapixel digital camera that allows you to snap photos at a 1280×1024 pixel resolution.

These camera sunglasses certainly aren’t x-ray specs, but they do capture 1.3 megapixel still images (at a resolution of 1280×1024). The included RF remote-control is ideal for easy, stealth-style photo shooting. High-quality lightweight frame material and UV400 polarized flip-up lens. A polymer li-ion rechargeable battery provides a battery life of up to 9 hours (shooting 1 photo/minute). USB 2.0 interface via a standard Mini USB port for data upload and download & re-charging the battery.

The sunglasses also allow you to enjoy your music via MP3 playback. Built-in earbuds provide super convenient listen capability and can be hooked out of the way when not in use.

1.3 Megapixel Spy Camera Sunglasses

Features:

  • 1GB of storage
  • Plays MP3s and takes 1.3 Megapixel digital photos
  • Embedded ear buds for MP3 playback
  • Remote control for taking photos
  • RF remote frequency: 2.4GHz
  • Li-ion rechargeable battery (3.7V, 240mAh)
  • USB 2.0 connection for transferring files and re-charging the battery
  • Control buttons for Vol +/-, Fwd, Rwd, Play, Pause, Capture
  • Includes: sunglasses, remote w/ strap, USB cable, storage case, cleaning cloth, extra clear lenses

The Spy Camera Sunglasses ($99.99) are available from ThinkGeek.

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Robert Birming

About Robert Birming

Based in Stockholm, Sweden, Robert is a blogger and musician with an eye on innovative gadgets and design geekiness.

14 Responses to “Sunglasses with Camera, MP3 Player & Remote”

  1. Wouldn’t say stealth because that sticks out like a sore thumb but they’re alright, lol.

  2. I will never trust anybody with sunglasses again.

  3. Yes, it’s kinda like trying to convince someone that the Video Recording Spy Pen is really just a pen – it won’t hold.

    Thanks for your comments!

  4. Are the pictures any good? Anyone have some sample pics?

  5. I agree, it would be cool to see some sample pics.

  6. I just made a couple of pics.

    In daylight:
    http://img92.imageshack.us/img92/6880/pic040ys7.jpg

    In the evening:
    http://img92.imageshack.us/img92/2884/pic055ww8.jpg

    Its not so great but its not that bad either.

    The product is in general good. It takes some gitting use to and it is hard to actually know what you are taking a picture of. Thankfully there are sound indicators that tell you when the camera starts to make a picture and when the exposition is over so you know when you have to keep your head still. No fancy image stabilization here. Unfortunatly you cannot make photos while listening to music.
    soar, Robert it’s true that you can’t pass them as regular glasses, but you can easyly say that they are MP3 player glasses which they are and nobody will think that they might have an integrated camera.

    Another good thing is that they remember where you were in the last MP3 when you make photos or stop playing for some other reason which is convinient when you want to resume listening to an audio book for example.

  7. Not bad at all. Thank you very much for sharing your thoughts on the “Spy Camera Sunglasses”, Lino. Much appreciated!

    Sounds like a fun and cool product! 🙂

  8. Love to take pictures. Sunglasses let me catch pictures that i can’t believe. I also do walks like for cancer and other health issues to raise money.
    I can walk, talk and take pictures all at the same time. How cool is that!!

  9. oh,, one thing,,,, how do you add a picture on your comments,,,

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