Panasonic HX-A1 Wearable 1080p Full HD Action Camera
With this camera mounted to your helmet, you can show the world what you see during death-defying action sports and stunts. Its rugged housing holds up to environmental abuse, and its built-in WiFi lets you quickly share footage once it’s shot.
Record from Your Point of View
Mount the camera to your helmet or goggles to record first-person action of thrilling mountain bike runs or gravity-defying snowboard tricks. When people watch the footage, they can stare in awe at your bravery and feel like they’re part of the action themselves.
Built for Rough Environments
The camera’s rugged housing is built to withstand nasty weather and harsh terrains. Its “quad-proof” design can plunge into 5 feet of water without damage, survive a fall of up to 5 feet, endure temperatures as low as 14ºF, and resist clouds of dirt and grit.
HDTV-Worthy Home Video
Relive events in lifelike detail thanks to 1080p full-HD video recording. With the same high-definition image quality you’d see on a Blu-ray film, this camera lends a professional, cinematic quality to all of your videos.
Share Photos and Video Wirelessly
Post shots to Instagram or text video clips to friends quickly thanks to wireless connectivity. Rather than needing a USB cord, the camera can wirelessly transfer files to most smartphones and tablets for easy sharing and editing.
- Product number: HX-A1
- Image sensor: 1/3” MOS sensor
- Video resolutions: 1080p at 30fps, 720p at 60fps, or 460p at 120fps
- Lens: 2.6mm f/2.8 wide-angle
- 360º view
- Night vision mode and IR lens
- Loop recording and slow-motion recording
- WiFi and USB sharing
- microSD/SDHC/SDXC slot
- IP6X dust-proof and 14ºF freeze-proof, 5ft. waterproof, and 5ft. shockproof
- Weight: 1.6oz.
- Product length: 3.3”
- Condition: new
In the box: camera, multi-mount, tripod mount
Konosuke Matsushita founded Panasonic in 1918 on the strength of just one invention—his two-socket light fixture. It evolved into one of the world’s largest electronics companies, manufacturing everything from plasma and LCD TVs to TVs for your TVs. As Panasonic grew, however, it never lost sight of its founder’s philosophy of working to improve the lives of people and the development of societies worldwide. To this end, the company has created and supported numerous initiatives, such as the global Panasonic Kid Witness News, which educates children in underserved communities through video programs. In addition, the World Economic Forum has named Panasonic one of the most sustainable corporations in the world, thanks in part to its EPA-award-winning recycling operations.