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Hyundai X4s SunnyBoy Lunettes de soleil avec caméra HD
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Description du produit
These sporty sunglasses will protect your eyes against the sun and curious glances. The camera is integrated discreetly in the frame, so your hands are always free. Features: Sunglasses with an integrated HD video camera TF card slot; MicroSD cards up to 32 GB CMOS camera with 5.0 mega pixel Image resolution: 2560 x 1920 Video resolution: 1280 x 720, 30 fps Audio function UV factor 400, class 1 interface USB 2.0 Is supported by Win98, WinMe, WinXP, Win2000,Windows Vista and Win7 Power supply lithium ion batteryIn the box:Sunnyboy X4s sunglasses,spectacle case,cleaning cloth,USB cable,component cable,user manual.
Hyundai - Sunnyboy - Lunettes de soleil caméra
Lunettes de soleil caméra - filmer n'a jamais été aussi cool
La caméra est discrètement intégrée dans la monture pour te permettre de garder les mains libres à tout moment.
Contenu de la livraison:
Lunettes de soleil Sunnyboy X4s
étui à lunettes
Chiffon de nettoyage
Câble pour composants
Dimensions et poids:
env. 30g et env. 185 x 60 x 20 mm (H x L x P)
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Secondly, and more importantly, they hide a 5-MP CMOS sensor on the nose bridge with adjacent incorporated microphones. Hyundai claim this provides video in 1280x720 HD with a 30fps recording rate. Photo stills can also be taken at 2560x1920 pixels. There is a built-in Li-ion battery, which is recharged via the provided USB cable and the data is recorded onto a Micro-SD card (not provided) that slots into one of the arms.
'What on earth would I possibly want with these £90 bulky black glasses?' I hear you ask. Fear not, for Hyundai has anticipated your confusion, and have suggested a range of situations where the X4S will essentially pay for itself: ".... like serving the winning ace in a game of tennis, crossing the finishing line in a hard fought race, or simply enjoying the stunning scenery in front of you as you take a stroll".
Before you reach for your debit card, however, there are some things you should know about the X4S that might change your mind.
The first of which being that they aren't actually very good.
The confusion begins with deciding if they are actually switched on or not, and which mode they are in. This involves taking them off and checking the side for the LED light, which gives clues to everyone except the wearer about what is going on.
Secondly there's the recording quality. It's ok, and if you consider what is actually being asked of it, it's pretty good. I suspect the real problem here is our expectations of video, which are generally quite high given that most of us watch a lot of TV and films. These are recorded using top-end audio equipment and cameras with image stabilisation and excellent low-light performance. Even the Apple iPhone has a fairly complex lens setup powered by quite a chunky sensor and heavy battery, which you wouldn't want strapped to your face.
To fit a tiny camera and microphone onto the X4S' surface, certain compromises must be made. Firstly the fixed focal length of the camera lens has a very narrow aperture in order to render a range of subjects in focus simultaneously by maintaining a wide depth-of-field.
This means that low-light performance will suffer significantly and this is certainly the case in the field. If the conditions are gloomy, be prepared to watch the Blair Witch Project instead of your once-in-a-lifetime bull-running extravaganza. Hyundai have seemingly tried to avoid this problem by making the glasses quite dark and naming them 'sunny boy', presumably to prevent users wearing them in all but the brightest conditions. But I know some of you will try, so you have been warned.
The second issue for some will be the wind-noise. This has been the focus of some criticism by those recording action. Forward-facing travel. such as cycling, will suffer less than those travelling with their heads at an angle - like snowboarders, but all will find a rustling sound invading their videos. Hyundai could have avoided this by incorporating a fluffy microphone sock extending out of the front of the glasses over the nose bridge, but that's not very stealth and I suspect you would look foolish.
Those people reporting skipping of footage during playback will find that a higher-end MicroSD card avoids this. Write-speed needs to be high, and the class 10 SanDisk Ultra 32GB card I tried performed just fine with its 30mb/s rate.
In summary, these are fine if your expectations are appropriately managed beforehand. They will document your activities in good light and will provide good memories of certain sporting or action-based events. Just don't expect to submit your footage to the Cannes Film Festival just yet.
My hopes were dashed slightly when the box I received had clearly been opened previously, but since these were free to me I guess I can't complain if I got a returned pair. But it was not the most helpful thing to ship these with no instructions at all. A quick web search revealed that even when instructions are included they leave something to be desired. Anyway it was down to trial and error to see what I could do with these.
Physically the sunglasses look pretty normal and probably wouldn't attract undue attention. They come in a good quality carrying case with cleaning cloth. The usb connecter is about a foot long so you can fit it in the case. Just as well because you will be wanting to check whether you have managed to record anything quite frequently and you can only do so if you plug in. Not worked out yet how long a charge lasts, and there is no way of telling what charge is left.
To operate there are two buttons mounted on the left hand arm. One changes the function between sound only, photo and video (inc. sound). The other takes the function of record/pause. It takes a micro sdcard (not supplied). I used a 16gb class 4 which seemed ok. The lens is tiny and fixed focus, situated above nose bridge.
So we come to the biggest failing of this product. There is no way of easily knowing when it's working and in what function. In a way it would work better if it just did movies. At least you would know that was what it was doing. Except you have to check that it hasn't turned itself off (to save battery presumably). The only hints you get are from the little pin head led on the control arm. You therefore have to take of the glasses to do this. Rather defeats the object. I guess if you are sure you are in video mode and leave it there you can turn on and then wear the glasses. Each touch on pause actually stops and starts a new recording - but given the size of the avi files that is no bad thing.
I can see the main function would be for sports such as cycling. But the results will only be watchable if you keep your head pretty steady. The ability to deal with rapid motion is very limited and the blur is pretty off putting. This might be better with a faster sd card.
So in summary - an expensive toy that really needs upgrading to include some sort of lcd display or better combination of pinhead leds to let you know what function you are in. If there was a way of putting this in your eye line without removing the glasses that would make these a worthwhile product. The quality of the recording is barely acceptable. After all most people will already have a better camera / video in their pocket by way of their phone. Overall: disappointing.