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Livestream’s new Movi camera allows users to edit video while filming live

Livestream’s new Movi camera allows users to edit video while filming live

January 4, 2016

While Livestream is well known in the business world, the company is taking a big leap into the consumer market with the introduction of the Movi video camera.

Made for capturing and broadcasting live video, it features a 150-degree glass lens and 4K video sensor. With that high resolution, you can control up to nine different virtual HD cameras with the companion iOS app.


Thanks to the high-resolution 4K sensor, users can select from up to nine different virtual camera angles.

Users can even edit video live with the ability to pan, zoom, and cut between the different camera angles. Built-in movement tracking and face detection can also help make it easier to find that perfect camera shot.

The edited videos can be shared to a number of social networks or even streamed simultaneously with an optional subscription that starts at less than $9 per month.

Here’s a video that shows the camera in action. Click here if you can’t see it.

You can preorder Movi now for $199, which is $200 less than the expected retail price. Orders are slated to ship sometime in early April. Buyers can select from a black or white version of the camera.

Along with a universal mount for mic stand and tripods, Livestream includes a 10-foot USB cable and 16GB microSD cards to save videos. Videos can save to both your iOS device and the camera’s memory.

For other news today, see: Apple releases iOS 9.2.1 beta 2 to registered developers, public testers, Aipoly Vision is an amazing app for visually impaired iOS users, and Like the iPod touch, ‘iPhone 6c’ could be a colorful affair.

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