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Narrative Clip Wearable Camera (Gray)

2.8 out of 5 stars 107 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • 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
Color: Gray

Product Description

Narrative Clip Wearable Camera. Capture everyday moments. Clips to any article of clothing 5 MP camera captures two photos every minute Stores 6,000 pictures (8GB of memory) Battery lasts for two days of continued use Four sensors: GPS, Accelerometer, Magnetometer and Image Sensor Battery indicator and memory status on the side of the device Transfer photos and recharge the battery by connecting the clip to your computer via Micro USB Free app for iPhone and AndroidTM devices; compatible with iOS 6.0 or later and Android version 2.3 or later Measures 1.42" x 1.42" x 0.35" and weighs just 20 grams (0.7 ounces) You won't even know its there. At less than 1.5 inches wide, you won't even know the Narrative Clip is attached. Clip it to your shirt, your backpack, your hat or even your dogs collar. The sleek, unobtrusive wearable camera doesnt have buttons or controls, either. Just double-tap the clip for battery indication to take an extra photo. The Narrative Clip is always on, but place it face down on a flat surface or in total darkness (like your shirt pocket), and it will enter a sleep mode and stop taking photos. If you could re-live one moment, what would it be? Narrative Clip lets you capture the moment as it happens, without interference. The 5 MP camera takes a photo every 30 seconds and stores up to 6,000 photos, so you can re-live the moments again and again. Complement your posed photos by capturing the small, everyday moments that often matter most. A new kind of photographic memory. Download the Narrative App to see the best photos from each day on your timeline. A unique momentification feature automatically organizes thousands of photos for you, analyzing images to group them together and elevate the best ones automatically. Browse through each image or play them as a time lapse. Images are searchable, too, thanks to the built-in GPS. Then, select your favorite pictures and share them with friends and family by uploading them directly to popular

From the Manufacturer

The Wearable Camera For Moments That Matter

Two days of battery life and built in storage for up to 6000 photos allows you to capture the candid moments of your next trip, outdoor event, favourite hobby or precious moments with the family.

Experience a new kind of photography

Free cloud storage and apps that automatically organize and highlight your best shots allows you to stay in the now while the Clip takes care of the rest.


Going on vacation or just a quick city break? Just clip it on and never miss a moment.

A memorable event

Get a unique perspective of a memorable event with photos that last a lifetime.

Outdoor activities

Put the Clip on your helmet while you cycle or on your backpack while hiking. Whatever your hobby is we ensure that you capture the moments that matter.

Share to your followers

Share your favorite moments to social media or to your Narraitve followers. Get inspired by others and inspire with your own best shots. Narrative Clip comes with its own social experience.

About the Startup

Describe your product in 3 words.

Capture, relive, share

Where did you get the inspiration for your product?

There are so many special moments in our lives that we never come around to capture, or simply don't want to disturb by bringing up a camera. For me, the inspiration for the Narrative Clip came from all the small moments in life that I didn't capture and later wished I had.

What differentiates your product from similar products out there?

The Narrative Clip is unique in its simplicity, small and lightweight design and the holistic approach towards an app enabled camera where your photos are always available.

Tell us about the best and most challenging parts of the creation process.

Taking something all the way all the way from idea to manufacturing and distribution is a very complex process - and we've been focused on not taking any shortcuts during the way to be able to provide a product that really lives up to its promise.

Product Details

Color: Gray
Product Dimensions 1.4 x 1.4 x 0.4 inches; 0.6 ounces
Shipping Weight 5.6 ounces
UPC 813004020024
Item model number NCLP1-08TW01GRA
Amazon Best Sellers Rank
#1,119 in Launchpad
#34 in Electronics > Camera & Photo > Video > Body Mounted Cameras
#34 in Launchpad > Gadgets > Camera

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I've been using the Narrative Clip for a few days now and I love it. I did a lot of research and looked at a lot of sample photos before buying and I'm very happy with this product. I feel a lot of the reviews are harsh. People need to remember that this is the first version of this product and it will only get better with time. I feel it's pointless to have the Clip on all the time while at work or when doing mundane tasks, instead I clip it on when I go out and about. I've gotten some great shots while bike riding or just walking around a mall. It's true that indoor photos are grainy, however I typically turn them to b&w with instagram and increase the sharpness and it gives the photos a very nostalgic look. Being an avid photographer, people would often get irradiated with me always pulling out my iPhone to snap shots or lugging around an SLR so this has corrected the issue.

I find that clipping the Narrative to my sleeve is actually better then in the middle of a shirt/jacked like recommended and I get more straight on images. I decided to go the rout of not using the software and uploading to the servers, instead I just dump the images to a temp folder on my desktop and weed out the ones with potential. I'll then sync to my iPhone where I can add filters and upload to instagram. This might be tedious for some, but I can take a few minutes and post/tag a batch to upload when I have time. I've even clipped this to my dogs collar and have gotten some very cool shots. I welcome the odd distorted images that some times occur when a lot of movement is happening. My biggest worry was actually people asking me what the device is.
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Color: Gray
What a great idea - take a picture every 30 seconds and never miss something aweome. It's too bad the pictures are grainy, not aimed and tilted. You are better off pulling out your phone to capture that one awesome picture than taking 120 pictures an hour that you will just delete.
I picked this up as I was leaving for a week in Vegas. Great sights every minute of every day. As of day 2 there is not a picture I want to keep or share.
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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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This Narrative Clip Wearable Camera is a fun and surprisingly additive way to capture an event, or even an entire day in images. I was interested in this camera to grab images for use in training documentation for our small business and it worked well for that purpose. What I found is that it is also good for family gatherings and other social activities where it isn't feasible to keep snapping pictures with a handheld camera or phone.

On the surface this is a fairly simple and straight forward concept, have a small camera that takes a picture every 30-seconds and upload them to a cloud storage site, but is actually much more. Just running through the numbers, a picture every 30-seconds is 120 pictures an hour or 960 pictures in 8 hours, which is a lot of pictures to look through. There is an option to save all of those pictures to your hard drive when you connect the Clip to your computer via the included USB cable, but I quickly turned that off as it took a huge amount of space! The Clip will automatically upload the pictures to the cloud storage (this was very easy to configure both on my PC and with the app I downloaded to my iPhone) and then uses some sort of algorithm to get rid of all the bad/dark pictures and then create a timeline that is viewable on your handheld device. The implementation is fairly good, with only a small amount of "junk" pictures sneaking past their filters.

Since this takes snap shots of your day it might miss something important to you, which is why they added the ability to "force" the camera to take a picture by tapping on the front of it. I used this this feature a lot while capturing images for my training documentation and was pleased with the results.
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