What is the resolution of wearable cameras?

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The resolution of wearable cameras can vary depending on the model and brand. Some of the more advanced models may offer resolutions up to 4K Ultra HD, which provides high-quality, detailed footage. However, many wearable cameras may have lower resolutions, typically 1080p, which are still sufficient for most uses. It’s important to consider the resolution when choosing a wearable camera, as higher resolutions will generally provide better image quality but may also require more storage space and battery life.

You should look at our Data storage calculator and Resolutions overview to determine what image quality may be suitable for your specific needs.

This entry was posted in . It was first published in April 2023 ()and last updated on April 18th, 2023 (10 months ago).

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