PogoCam Wearable Camera REVIEW

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User Experience

  • I would love it if the buttons were more tactile than soft. The PogoCam buttons for video/photo capture and powering on/off have a soft feel to them. because of that, they are a little harder to press and hold than click-style buttons are. For this type of device — where you have to press/hold a button for control functions, I would have preferred the click-style over the soft buttons.
  • It would be great if the PogoCam could be directly connected to the app. I would love to be able to see a live feed of what my camera is seeing and then tap ‘capture’ through the app rather than have to reach up and tap a button. It’s a lot more incognito in my opinion and a lot easier to control what is going on.
  • I’ve noticed that I have to reconnect to the smart case frequently. There were times when I was testing it that it would connect automatically and other times, like when the case’s battery was completely dead that I had to reconnect through Bluetooth. The case/phone wouldn’t connect automatically.

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