During this Chrismas season, from 27th November 2018 till 1st January 2019, Xiaomi is having Christmas promotions for some of their products.
I have been wanting to get the Xiaomi Mi Selfie Stick Tripod. But the retail price of S$28.90 makes me put that thought on hold as I don’t think it is worth so much.
Aztech WIPC309HD Full HD Wireless IP Camera is launched in Singapore back in March 2018 at a recommended retail price (RRP) of S$69.
Aztech WIPC309HD is marketed as a budget wireless IP camera without any panâtiltâzoom (PTZ) functionality.
B&H Photo Video was having a discount on the Nest Cam IQ Indoor on 18th March 2018.
The usual retail price was US$299 (S$395), but during the sale, it went down to US$219 (S$289).
I guess most people have not heard of the brand Freecam before. If you tried Googling for the word “freecam”, you would chance upon a lot of NSFW links. I wished they have a better name.
Freecam is a security camera brand targetted at consumers by LSVT.
Glif is a tripod mount for smartphones by Studio Neat.
The first-generation Glif was launched on Kickstarter on 4th October 2010 where it raised US$137,417 from 5,273 backers out of their initial goal US$10,000.
The D-Link Omna 180 Cam HD (DSH-C310) was launched in Singapore early this month and is retailing for S$319 in stores and on Apple Singapore Online Store.
The unique selling point of this camera is Apple HomeKit integration. Apple HomeKit is Apple’s proprietary answer to its Smart Home solution.
Beseye is a Taiwanese company that does home cameras and cloud services.
Its first product is Beseye Pro. Beseye Pro is a wi-fi monitoring camera that has won the reddot award 2015 because of its smooth design and clever magnetic mounting.
Blink started out as a Kickstarter project where it raised a total of US$1,069,386 from 6,879 backers out of the initial goal of US$200,000.
It was shipped to backers in May 2015.
ViDi Action Camera was born out of a Kickstarter Project.
The Kickstarter project raised a total of US$151,880 out of their initial goal of US$25,000 from 1,253 backers. They have started shipping the camera in December 2015.
The Lomography’s Lomo’Instant was borned out of a Kickstarter Project two years ago. It garnered 8,448 backers with a total of US$1,118,333 pledged out of their initial goal of US$100,000.
There are several designs available and prices range between S$168 and S$258 on Lomography Online Store.