What's become a necessary part to any festival goer's ensemble is the smartphone, ensuring one's Instagram feed is on point for the whole weekend. How many different ways can you really capture the floating balloons, though? Don't act like you haven't taken the staple photo. It's up there with the flower design in your latte you've posted 10-plus times.
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Not only is your Instagram at risk of being dubbed, "basic," it's a pain and a burden to get your phone out while Florence and the Machine do their thing on stage. Wouldn't you rather see Florence break her foot through your own eyes, instead of through the camera on your phone? Here's your solution: the Narrative Clip. This camera clip is small and easy-to-use, allowing you to attach it to your fringe vest or your purse strap.
- The camera is 8 megapixels (That's legit.)
- It captures two photos every minute, all syncing to your cloud account via Bluetooth.
- It's Wi-Fi enabled.
- It has GPS, so you can remember which stage The Weeknd was on when you took that epic photo of him rocking out to that song from the 50 Shades of Grey soundtrack.
The first version is available for purchase now, so you can add it immediately to your festival wardrobe. The new version, the Narrative 2, is available for pre-order, arriving in September. Check out the video below for more details:
So what do you think - will you be adding the Narrative Clip to your attire?