Sony, First It Was Action Cam Now We Have Doggie Cam

Written by David Richards     30/04/2013 | 07:09 | Category: DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

Sony's hot selling action camera has just got an upgrade with owners now able to shoot 1080/60p recording, using a dog mount, it can also be attached to a surfboard or floated on water.

Sony, First It Was Action Cam Now We Have Doggie Cam

The free software update is available for download at Sony.net/SonyInfo/Support providing: PS Recording Mode (1,920 by 1080/60p); Water Mode, which adjusts white balance for water scenes; a beep-off setting; and PlayMemories Mobile seamless mode change (available in June) with quicker video uploading using the Smart Remote function.

Sony has also released new action accessories for the HRD-AS15, among the new offerings is a skeleton frame mount (that allows the camera to be mounted to goggles, handlebars, etc., using a tripod screw and offering adjustment from the bottom, top and side;

A dog harness mount that enables mounting on a dog to capture its point of view; it adjusts to fit medium to large breeds;

a surfboard mount with an adhesive system that forms a watertight bond to surfboards, snowboards and kayaks and comes with a lanyard and two sets of the mount and leash;

A wrist mount that lets users adjust their shooting angle for self-filming and simple recording; it works with the waterproof housing or new skeleton frame and enables 360-degree panning;

A float mount that allows shooting from the water's surface, preventing the action camera from sinking; it attaches to the tripod screw and includes a lanyard;

A ball head that adjusts the camera's angle on mounts for more viewpoint options; and a semi-hard carrying case, billed as being water-resistant and compact.

The accessories will be available in June and sold online at the Sony online store. 


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