The length of time a wearable camera can record for depends on several factors, such as the camera’s battery life, memory capacity, and recording resolution. Generally, most wearable cameras have a battery life of 1-2 hours when continuously recording, and the memory capacity can vary from device to device. For action cameras specifically, the recording time can range from 1-2 hours to several hours, depending on the camera’s settings and battery life. Some wearable cameras also offer the option to extend recording time by using external power banks or replacing the battery. It’s important to check the specifications of the camera before purchasing to ensure it meets your recording needs.