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Narrative Clip Wearable Camera (Gray)


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  • Capture, store and relive special moments with the world's most wearable camera
  • Just Clip it on - Double tap to capture a special moment or put it face down to make it sleep
  • Automatically takes two photos every minute - a memory for 6000 photos and a battery that lasts 30 hours
  • Capture the moment as it happens, without interference. Complement your staged photos of majestic scenery with the intensity of the small moments that matter the most
  • Unlimited storage, image processing and momentification - includes 3 months of subscription to the Narrative Cloud service
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Technical Details

Color: Gray
  • Brand Name: Narrative
  • Model: NCLP1-08TW01GRA
  • Optical zoom: 1 x

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Product Details

Color: Gray
  • Product Dimensions: 1.4 x 1.4 x 0.4 inches ; 0.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00K962E0O
  • Item model number: NCLP1-08TW01GRA
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #909 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 12, 2014

Product Description

Color: Gray

Narrative Clip - The world
The world's most wearable camera
A New Kind Of Photographic Memory

Capture, store and relive life's special moments with the world's most wearable camera.

You Won't Even Notice It's There

The Narrative Clip only weighs 0.7 oz and measures 1.42x1.42x0.35 inches. With a storage capacity of 6000 pictures and battery life for 2 days of use, you can be sure to never miss a moment. Just plug it in to your computer to transfer all your images and recharge the batteries.

The Narrative Cloud Service

Our software for Mac and PC uploads all your photos to the cloud and make them easily accessible from the Narrative smartphone app for iPhone and Android. In the cloud your photos are analyzed and divided into "moments" - each moment automatically represented by a representative cover photo. Use the smartphone app to find your most cherished memories and share directly to Instagram, Twitter or Facebook. Your Narrative Clip comes with 3 free months of the Narrative Cloud Service (value $27). After these three months you may choose to subscribe at $9/month.


Stay In The Present

Narrative Clip takes a photo ever 30 seconds so you never miss a moment. Wear it anytime, anywhere. Diminutive size and a battery time of 30 hours makes this the most wearable camera around.

Just Clip It On

Narrative Clip has no buttons and requires no interaction. It's on when you clip it on. Put it face down or in your pocket to turn it of. Double tap the Clip to take an extra photo and at the same time led's display the current battery charge.

Sample photos from the Narrative Clip
Sample photos from the Narrative Clip
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The Narrative Clip Experience

When starting to use the Narrative Clip, we recommend that you take a week or two to really experience the product in its fullest capacity. Use it during a party, a family outing or in your travels to a new city. The beauty of the Narrative Clip lies in its long-term benefit. When you look back on a special time or moment in your life, you’ll able to re-experience it. That’s how Narrative Clip changes the way we remember and experience our lives.

Sample photos from the Narrative Clip
Sample photos from the Narrative Clip
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Try Different Ways Of Using The Narrative Clip

The Narrative Clip fits any clothing. Put it on your t-shirt for picnic or place it in a window to capture a time-lapse of the sunset. Bring the Clip to the fun events that you wish to remember - why not a weekend trip or bowling with friends. Capture the spontaneous moments between staged photos of grand views and family portraits.

Narrative smartphone app
Narrative smartphone app
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Apps For iPhone And Android (Optional)

Browse, search and share. In beautiful apps for iPhone and Android, your photos are given the display they deserve. Relive your favorite moments by browsing the timeline. Smartphone apps are a part of the optional cloud service.

Sample photos from the Narrative Clip
Sample photos from the Narrative Clip
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Unlimited Storage, Advanced Image Processing And GPS (Optional)

Automatically upload all your photos to the cloud for safe storage, GPS positioning and image analysis. Narrative's clever image processing algorithms splits your day into moments and highlights your best photos. Storage, image processing and GPS are part of the optional cloud service.


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Customer Reviews

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In dim lighting, the photos are useless.
paulnptld
You have to use their software to unload photos to your computer, no other photo program will work with the clip.
nic
Now I have a useless device that I will be returning.
Jason Miller

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Richard McNeill on June 16, 2014
Color Name: Gray
When I bought this through a kickstarter deal, I thought it showed promise as a life-logger, a way to capture moments of your day for later review.

When I found they only support Apple and Android products, I tried to return it, but the paperwork, time and postage to Sweden made it impractical. I can only see shots taken by Narrative on my pc, without any of its online sorting. Basically, it fills my drive with garbage that I then have to check and erase. The process is time-consuming.

The photos it takes are worthless, unless you are outside or in an well lit office all day. They are dark, grainy, and small.

As a spy-camera, it's too obvious. People, I've found, are not happy about being photographed without being aware of it.

Save your $229. Buy a good pocket camera or use your cell phone.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Paula L. Mann on June 19, 2014
Color Name: Gray
I bought mine through the Kickstarter campaign. I love the idea but the quality of the photos make this device useless. Thought it would be fun to take on a bike ride but the photos are dark and grainy at best. Bummed.
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By skidoctor on June 15, 2014
Color Name: Gray
I am one of the original kickstarter purchasers of this device. I had envisioned it as a kind of google glass that would allow me to capture some of those moments when I was traveling and did not have a camera handily or perhaps did not want to pull one out. The picture quality is ok but not as good as say my iphone 5 camera. There are very few places you can "wear" it on your body and actually not get a picture of the ground or the sky. The ideal spot would be the middle of your forehead which is obviously not practical. The online service will orient the picture for you automatically but the locally stored copy (if you make a local copy) is at whatever orientation. It has to have a computer for download and I rarely now travel with anything other than my iPad making it impossible to download pictures on the go. It's an interesting concept that to me needs some more work but perhaps others will find it more useful than I have given the limitations.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Andrasta VanGaea on July 11, 2014
Color Name: Gray
4 Stars because the device & associated software do everything Narrative said they would, and do it reasonably well. And because it's a great idea that was actually executed relatively well, too. Could definitely be better, and no doubt we will see sleeker and more intuitive approaches to this concept in the near future (probably higher quality images as well). If you're looking for an expensive adventure, this is awesome. If you're carefully pricing something to accomplish this sort of thing, I would wait a few more months.

I bought this through the Kickstarter campaign, and am still trying to figure out how to fit it into life. My main issues:
1) Placement - Probably mostly a user problem. =p I've ended up with countless shots of ceilings and skies, torsos, or indistinct graininess. I've tried clipping to lapels, button holes, necklaces, hats, sunglasses (which looks absurd), and a purse strap. (Necklace works best)
2) Creeper Alert - While the camera is small and slim, it's definitely not discreet when you've got it placed near your head (where the best shots seem to come from). I have been forbidden to wear it around a few folks, and gotten the hairy eyeball for wearing it from a few strangers. All of which seems pretty reasonable to me, it is kind of creepy.
3) Software takes quite a while to do its thing. Electing to save to your PC vs. using the software is a huge space commitment.
4) Doesn't have an off button - you can hide it someplace dark to make it sleep, but I'd like to easily switch it off without having to stow it someplace I usually forget to retrieve it from until later, kind of defeating the FOMO prompts for owning it in the first place.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By B. Stinson on June 16, 2014
Color Name: Gray
The Narrative Clip is a brilliant idea, and as one of the first models of truly compact wearable cameras to make the idea of capturing moments in your everyday life that you might otherwise miss in the fumble to pull out a smartphone or compact digital camera.

The diminutive form is fantastic, and the design simplistic but aesthetically pleasing. Battery life is fantastic, the metal clip incredibly sturdy, and the inbuilt memory plenty large enough to hold a week’s worth of photos.

This really is a wearable camera you can put on and forget about; it’s also small enough to attach to plenty of other things other than yourself. I've even pondered the idea of attaching the clip to a large helium balloon and sending it up a few hundred feet in the air for some interesting aerial photos.

As you’d expect with a wearable camera that started its life on Kickstarter, there’s still a few flaws to be ironed out. The first is that unless you’re double-tapping away on the Clip, you’re likely to miss a few of the best moments in the 30 second window between photos.

Secondly, Narrative’s online photo library can be a little aggressive in attempting to straighten or adjust photos. I've found that this has gotten better since I've had the camera, so Narrative area clearly doing their best to regularly update the clip. Lastly, the Narrative is a bit rubbish in low-light. ISO noise is overly aggressive, and the size of the sensor is quickly exposed in anything beyond daylight or a reasonably-lit room.

Overall - highly recommended.
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