If you'd like to "capture every last moment of your mundane existence," says Andrew Liszweski at Gizmodo, the Autographer camera ($650) can help. The small gadget, which can be clipped onto clothing or worn around your neck, is equipped with a 136-degree wide-angle lens, and uses a combination of sensors to determine when to take a photo — automatically capturing as many as 2,000 images per day. And never fear, control freaks — the Autographer also has a shutter button you can manually use so as not to miss any of your many perfect moments. Source: Gizmodo
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