Record & Protect


We’ve gotten a few inquiries about the wearable recording device that Shawn mentioned on Digital Village this morning. It’s called the Vievu PVR-PRO 2 and it captures your perspective (about four hours’ worth at a time) and is downloadable with a USB device. It’s priced at $399.95, but if you’re a regular street and events shooter, the protection it affords is undeniable. There are reports that the price might come down too.

You can find it here.

5 Responses to “Record & Protect”

  1. 1 Shivanand March 10, 2009 at 11:05 am

    Thanks for that link. The first thing that I wanted to know when I listened to Digital Village podcast was to know more about the device you were talking about.

    I’ve stopped doing street for about a year now, coz I was hassled too many times, and didn’t want to deal with it. You, Thomashawk and others speaking up, has kindled the fire to shoot more street in the coming months (summer’s fast approaching in Vancouver this year 🙂 )

    Thanks for the link to the product, I will try and use it this year.
    Btw, I found some links to Canadian photography laws and discussions on the same:

  2. 2 MB April 14, 2009 at 6:10 pm

    I bought one of these:
    Super cheap and make surprisingly decent video (for a hidden-type lens). Works on mac, windows, Linux with no drivers. It only records for about an hour on a charge, but at these prices it is within reach of many more people who could use it.

  3. 3 October 2, 2014 at 7:37 pm

    Hi there, its good article concerning media print, we all know media is a enormous source of data.

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