This device isn't just a video recorder, it's also a fully-fledged cycling computer

Car owners often install dashboard cameras to make sure they record hard evidence of whatever may happen on the road. Now, with more leg-powered two-wheelers sharing the concrete roads, bikers are finally going to get the same security add-on. Miniwing, a startup from the Chinese city of Hangzhou, has built a smart camera that’s built for urban and trail bikers alike. The device is called Camile and it installs easily on handlebars.

The camera records video for up to three hours with a single click. The shooter on this one records 1080p at 30fps and 720p at 60 fps, great for the occasional slo-mos. The camera also has a field of view of 140-degrees, making sure it captures most of the scene in front of the biker.

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