Podo is the world's first 'stick and shoot,' app-controlled camera

Just published on Kickstarter is Podo, a new camera being billed as a selfie stick killer.

The portable Podo camera sticks to any solid surface, using its magnet or suction pad, and connects wirelessly with smartphones via Bluetooth to take photos, videos and time-lapse GIFS. Consumers can use the device to take group photos from unique vantage points (like ceilings), but it’s intended for any situation when photos may be limited by the length of one’s arms.

Podo is controlled with a free iOS and Android app that allows users to take photos, videos, time lapses, double exposures and preview a live feed of their shots before taking them. It will also enable sharing directly to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, text and email.

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