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Movi Camera

Movi, is a brand-new live event camera by the team of Livestream, it lets you edit video on the fly and stream live or share later. With the pocket-size camera and the companion app, you can share live events in real time with unprecedented production value and edit as you broadcast. Equipped with a 150-degree lens and 4K sensor, Movi lets you choose from nine different shots at various degrees of zoom, and using the app on your smartphone, you can pinch to zoom, drag to pan and tap to cut to another shot. Its like having a multi-camera production studio in your pocket. watch the video below

MovI is available now for pre-order special price of only $199 (will cost $399)




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