|By Marketwired .||
|December 12, 2012 08:01 AM EST||
EL SEGUNDO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/12/12 -- Fuhu, Inc., the leader in tablets made just for kids, today unveiled its entry into a new category of products: high-definition pocket video cameras. Introducing the new nabi® Look HD, an incredibly versatile life-capturing camera from a child's view, which delivers the most amazing professional quality HD video and photos that is waterproof, shockproof, dustproof and most importantly kid-proof. Small and compact, nabi Look HD offers full 1080p high-definition video with a 175 degree wide-angle lens. The first camera of its kind dedicated to preserving and uploading life's spontaneous moments through a child's eyes in the most amazing high definition.
nabi Look HD captures full 1920x1080p high-definition MOV (H.264 video compression) video and 8-megapixel photos on 32 MB micro SD/MMC, respectively, offering approximately two and a half hours of HD movie recording. Its sleek, stylish body sports a three-inch diagonal capacitive touch screen enabling intuitive operation as well as attractive shooting and playback options.
"nabi Look HD addresses the growing need for premium video products with advanced technology in a durable, kid-proof package at a competitive price point," said Jim Mitchell, Fuhu's CEO. "We wanted to deliver amazing video quality and then make it durable and easy enough for kids to use. As parents, it's priceless to be able to capture the world from our children's eyes in high definition. My family has captured the most hilarious, heart-felt, once in a lifetime moments with the most incredible video quality, just by feeling comfortable enough to leave this product in our kid's unmonitored hands."
Rugged 1080p HD video camera with 8 MP still image capture
nabi Look HD delivers amazingly high quality video and photos. Equipped with a f/2.8, 175-degree wide-angle lens, nabi Look HD achieves high-resolution video and crisply-detailed still photos with less noise even in challenging lighting conditions. Additionally, its processor allows videographers to attain 10x digital zoom and auto focus capabilities, including Auto Macro to focus sharply on objects as close as four inches away.
The ultra-compact, lightweight camera slips easily into a pocket or purse so it can record your favorite moments anytime, anywhere. nabi Look HD features a mini HDMI output and AV OUT to enjoy content on your TV or HDTV, or simply pop out the micro SD card and put it into your nabi® tablet for immediate viewing*. It also includes built in mini USB for easy charging and uploading to a computer.
Built for extreme adventures only children can create
Drop tested, mom approved. nabi Look HD has been built to withstand extreme adventures only children can create. Forget cliff jumping, rock climbing, helicopter skiing -- nabi Look HD was built to outlast your "how in the world did you break that?" moments. nabi Look HD comes with IP68 standard waterproof case that can withstand 190+ feet depth and is dustproof, shockproof (7 feet) and most importantly kid-proof.
A mount for any occasion
Yes we have a mount for that! Snowboards, surfboards, bikes, skis, chest, helmet, hand-cam -- nabi Look HD features over 10 different mounts but our favorites are scooter mounts, RC car mounts and my little Spielberg hand-cam mount.
Works with nabi® Sync and nabi® Cloud
After shooting, it's never been easier to share your favorite videos and photos on the web. By connecting the camera to an internet-connected compatible computer via USB cable or simply plugging the micro SD card into your nabi tablet* and utilizing nabi Sync and Cloud, effortlessly share your videos anywhere!
An incredible deal
The nabi Look HD boxed set includes a sport HD camera, LCD display screen, remote control, waterproof case, micro SD card, battery, power adapter, flat mount, curve mount, bracket mount, AV cable, USB cable, TV cable, carrying pouch, 8-inch lanyard, instruction manual and user manual on a mini CD.
Pricing and Availability
nabi Look HD will be available late December in limited release and January everywhere. nabi Look HD's suggested retail price is $169. Numerous accessories including additional batteries, carrying cases, mounts and cables will range from $24 to $79.
*This requires a nabi tablet, sold separately
About Fuhu, Inc.
Fuhu, Inc., creator of the nabi tablet, is a leading designer, seller and innovator of thoughtful consumer products and services for children. Fuhu is committed to creating children's solutions that are: (1) socially responsible, (2) made right, (3) make a difference in people's lives, (4) for parents by parents, and (5) dedicated to the intellectual development of children. Fuhu is headquartered in El Segundo, Calif., with other U.S. offices in Denver and San Jose. For more information, visit www.fuhu.com and www.nabitablet.com.
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