The tough HX-A1 ultra-compact wearable camera is designed to endure the extreme outdoor conditions of any adventure you put yourself through. Whether you’re trekking through the forest, on a kayaking adventure, or competing in an outdoors physical event, they lightweight HX-A1 will capture the fun and thrills.
- Ultra-Compact and Lightweight
- Despite its ultra-compact and lightweight body (approx. 45 g), the HX-A1 is designed to withstand severe environments. Uniquely shaped, the cylindrical camera can be worn in many positions to suit a variety of shooting environments and conditions.
- The Ideal Choice for Any Environment: Shoot at depths of down to 1.5 m in water without a case (IPX8 compliant)
- Tough against shock and drops of up to 1.5m (MIL-STD810F Method 516.5-Shock compliant)
- Shoot in dusty and sandy conditions (IP6X compliant)
- Ready for freezing conditions down to -10 degrees
- Don’t Let the Dark Stop You: Using an IR light (commercially-available) and Glasscover (Night mode), you won’t miss details even when it’s too dark to see, such as nocturnal wildlife in the depths of forests.
- Check the View with Built-in Wi-Fi: Use the Panasonic Image app on a smartphone or tablet to check that you have the perfect shooting angle or directly upload images to photo-sharing sites.
- Wireless Twin Camera - Turn Your HX-A1 into a Sub-Camera
- Use Wi-Fi to connect to any Panasonic camcorder for viewing and combined recording in a sub-window as you shoot footage displayed in the camcorder’s main window. Unleash your creativity by combining different subjects into one video or capture the same subject from different angles to add your own unique style.
- Use as a Webcam: You can also use the HX-A1 as a computer webcam when connected via USB. Using a Head Mount can share the sights you have seen with your friends.
- Slow Motion Video: The HX-A1 captures every detail, even in fast-moving scenes. At 1280×720 pixel, the camera records at 60 fps (double the normal frame rate), and at 848×480 pixel, records at 120 fps (quadruple-speed).
- Loop Recording: When recording for longer than one hour, loop recording mode retains the most recent scenes by erasing earlier scenes. The camera keeps recording seamlessly by managing video in two-minute segments.