Ubiquiti’s FrontRow is the latest kind of live streaming camera.It is hidden inside the round necklace.So, that you are s displaying everyone how cool your life is without worrying about being the cameraman.
Ubiquiti’s FrontRow is almost the size of a round wrist watch.It gets connected to iOS and Android devices through an app.Comes with a primary 8-megapixel camera having 14o degree wide angle lens.Which, provides you a view like GoPro.There is also another main 5-megapixel camera with a contracted 85-degree field of view.
According to the product’s website, the primary camera can record up to 2.7 K resolution.By default it is 1080p and the secondary primary “reverse camera” enters up to 2k resolution.By default, it is also 1080p.
The custom circular touchscreen is 2 inches in diameter.It also has internal storage for saving videos.It is of 32GB.
Ubiquiti’s FrontRow can run up to 2 hours of continuous live streaming.Up to sixteen hours when catching time-lapses.Up to 48 hours of standby time.And if the battery gets low, you can quickly charge it through its USB_C port.
Ubiquiti’s FrontRow camera can supports video streaming through Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. More, it integrates with Dropbox, Spotify, and other services, that is for storing your files and streaming music.
The FrontRow camera seems to solve a problem that we all know too well, but will it be the revolutionary device we all need? We can’t answer that question yet since there’s still so much we don’t know about it.
We have to see the camera in person. What is the building quality? How well does the software work? Is there any delay when live streaming? .It will be the revolutionary device we all need.We can’t respond to that question yet since there’s still so much we don’t know about it.