HP WiFi LC100W Wireless Mini Camcorder- review

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HP WiFi LC100W Wireless Mini Camcorder- review

Post by SlayerBear17 » Tue Jul 05, 2016 4:45 am

So the other day I picked this little camera up.

http://www.visions.ca/Catalogue/Categor ... sku=LC100W

Its more or less to help with getting video footage of our band.

I got it for half price....and the feature which sold me on buying it was its wireless feature.

You can basically control the camera from a smart fone and see what the camera is filming. I had some time tonight to try it out, I downloaded the app, quickly turned on the camera, set it up , and boom in no time I had my own little remote control monitor from my fone.

I only got the camera 2 days ago.....so I havent had time to fully noodle with it just yet. I will provide a full review in days as its almost time to get ready for a another gig and of course a rehearsal before then.

I,ll provide pictures and video soon!!!
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Re: HP WiFi LC100W Wireless Mini Camcorder- review

Post by jc » Tue Jul 05, 2016 5:10 pm

wow the technology is advancing ha, for the price too it seems a good deal, well done.
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