Wedding veils hooked with Sony camera captures bride’s special moments in 4K

Sony FDR X1000V wedding veils

Weddings are never going to be same

Wedding is your special day indeed, and you need to make it worth remembering. Photos and videos have been the best means of remembering this day till date, but you won’t bet that to stay the same in this tech savvy world. Royal milliner Rosie Olivia has associated with Sony to make your wedding day ultra-special with the world’s first ever wearable technology veils that record all the events in FPV (first person view).

Sony FDR X1000V wedding veils

Sony FDR X1000V wedding veils

These veils are hooked with Sony FDR-X1000V, a 4K Action Cam that captures the whole wedding in what you can call as bride’s eye view. The camera is capable of catching stunning panoramic views with its 170 degree ultra-wide ZEISS Tessar lens and with its image stabilization you can be rest-assured it will capture the most action packed wedding events.

Wedding is a lifelong memory and these veils make them extra special

The first bride to get this wearable technology experience is of course Rosie herself who is going to get married soon. She wanted to do something interesting for the marriage and hence came the alliance with Sony. She believes that not only her, but all her friends will like the idea, since they always edged Rosie to come-up with some innovative bride veils. Hence, came the idea of designing a veil with embedded camera.

There is no word on the pricing or availability of the tech wedding veils, but one thing is for sure that it will carry a hefty price tag.

 Sony FDR-X1000V delivers amazing 4K content

Sony FDR-X1000V delivers amazing 4K content

Source: Sony Via: Cosmopolitan



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