WOLFCOM, an industry leader in Law Enforcement body cameras, today introduced their newest product VENTURE, the world’s most versatile, wearable 4-in-1 HD camera. VENTURE features a rotatable camera head and a multi-functional, clippable design so it can be used as a body cam, mountable car camera, a flashlight cam with four LED’s and a livestream camera. VENTURE has 2.5 hours of battery life (up to 23 hours with optional battery pack), which makes it a great tool for live streaming to Facebook Live and Youtube Live from anywhere, at any time.
According to the press release, an Indiegogo campaign has a funding goal of $25,000 USD, but it features a limited time Super Early Bird special of $149 USD (60 percent off retail price) and several other rewards for early orders.
VENTURE is made of aircraft-grade aluminum and lightweight (at 2.2 ounces), making it easy to carry and hard to break. The camera can be combined with additional point of view cameras (Eye Vision, Covert Pinhole Button, Night Vision and Headset), allowing the audience to have the same perspective of the user. The options for photo and video capturing, with 120-degree wide angle lens with no fisheye effect, and sharing are limitless!
VENTURE features an intuitive mobile app, which also acts as a wireless remote control to record video and take photos. Users can record and livestream video directly to their smartphone via Wi-Fi. Live video is then streamed using the phone’s 4G/LTE connection (access to a 4G/LTE connection is necessary for live streaming).
They can also grant friends private access to their stream. Additionally, VENTURE users can use the Remote Access feature from the app and program VENTURE as a Wireless Security camera to remotely monitor their home, property, kids or pets.
“With Facebook and YouTube Live becoming very popular across all generations, we designed VENTURE to be the world’s first wearable Live Stream camera designed for everyone,” said Peter Austin Onruang, founder and president, WOLFCOM. “With VENTURE, anyone can be a Star. It’s like having your very own broadcasting studio wherever you go. Just clip the camera where you want, then capture and stream from your point of view – it’s that easy.”