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  •  September 20, 2020

GoPro has ushered in the portability of digital cameras, but hardly anyone has the patience to download the images and bother to edit them. Now a competitor lets you edit the videos with the help of human emotion.

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I bet the neophytes who bought the innovative GoPro cameras really wanted to use them, but only a few can.

That's because capturing images is very different from consuming them.

Lack of intimacy with computer programs that edit images is the same as shooting with analog films and being forced to reveal them at home.

Keeping an eye on this gap, Brazilian Bruno Gregory created the Graava camera.

This is a practical camera that uses sensors and artificial intelligence to select the best moments of your recordings and create edited videos.

Just choose the length of the movie through a mobile app.

From there, she uses GPS, microphone, accelerometer, and her heart rate data (via Apple Watch) to select the portions of the captured video that go into the final product.

The resolution of videos taken by the camera is 1080p at 30 frames per second or 720p at 60 frames per second.

It also records photos with 8 megapixels.

Its design makes it friendlier than its competitor.

This makes it easier to rely on Graava to monitor environments such as homes, cars or nurseries, for example.

With this mode in action, you can keep track of everything from your smartphone or tablet.

It is now possible to pre-order on the brand's website for a promotional price of $ 249 (about $ 868).

For these advance purchases, deliveries are scheduled for February 2016.

Later, the camera will sell for $ 399 (about $ 1,400).

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More beautiful and practical than the competitor, Graava promises new interactivity with your images.

Check out how the Graava camera works in the following video - select subtitles in Portuguese.

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