Lightbox is a smartphone extension that lets users take hands-free photos and videos.

Lightbox, created by New York-based startup CA7CH, is a small wearable camera that lets users take photos and stream videos with their smartphone completely hands-free.

CA7CH Lightbox claims to be the smallest live-streaming wireless wearable camera. The small square-shaped camera acts as a smartphone extension and comes with a corresponding app that’s packed with features.

The camera measures 1.5 inches on each side and has a shiny waterproof aluminum body that weighs about 30 grams. It has WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, an 8 MP lens with a sapphire lens protector, and a -35 dB microphone. The camera also comes with a magnetic clip that allows it to be attached easily to the owner’s clothing or accessories. Users can attach it to their shirt, baseball cap, or bag straps.

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