Meet RE Camera's Rather Wide selection Of Accessories

HTC just announced company's new products at its "Double Exposure" even in New York. Other than announcing the intensively rumored HTC Desire Eye smartphone the Taiwan-based company has also announced the much talked about GoPro competitor, RE Camera. This little device, which, by the way, reminds me a whole lot of the movie Down Periscope, is a rather capable camera. It sports a 136-degree wide-angle lens, lets you shoot 16-megapixel photos while it also features a 1080p video recording. That's not all though, you can find out more in our original RE Camera article.

We're here to talk about something RE Camera adjacent. HTC announced a slew of accessories for this device as well, brace yourself, there's lot of them, 9 to be more exact. First we have a "RE Bar Mount" ($19.99), which you can attach to your bicycle, scooter, motorcycle... basically anything with a handlebar. It comes with an adjustable clamp and a wrench. "RE Clip-On" ($14.99) is the second accessory here, this lets you attach RE Camera to your shirt, backpack... basically anything, so you can have your hands-free while shooting something. This accessory has a rotating swivel, so you can set it just right. "RE Charging Stand" ($39.99) is an overnight charging base but it's also a time-lapse stand, if that's your thing.

Fourth accessory HTC is offering is called "RE Suction Mount" ($24.99). This thing lets you put RE Camera on any flat surface and keep it nice and stable while you're shooting something. Put it on a table, in your car, concrete... wherever you want basically. "RE A/C Charger" ($19.99) is exactly what it says it is, it's just a charger. "RE Head Mount" ($19.99) is also kind of self-explanatory, it will make you look weird when you set it up on your head, but you'll get a great angle to shoot something. This will be great for those of you who are in extreme sports and stuff. "RE Car Charger" ($29.99) will make sure you'll able to charge the RE Camera while you're driving. This is a dual-port adapter, as you can see in the image down below. "RE Extended Battery" ($39.99) is capable of extending RE's battery life up to four and a half times according to the official webpage. It's basically a battery pack. Last, but not least, we have the "RE Outdoor Pack" ($24.99). This is a 4-piece kit which includes a waterproof-enhancing cap, protective lens cap and a neck and wrist lanyards. There you have it. RE Camera sure does come with a ton of accessories, I really didn't expect HTC to do something like this, I have to admit. Does this device appeal to you at all?

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