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Mikli Vision eyeglass mounted Camera

Mikli Vision connects to a recorder pack to video tape anything in your point of view. A small hand held remote controls all of the vital functions : ON/OFF, recording, speed, White balance, gain,automatic/manual settings.

The Camera fits into a special part of the front of the pack when detached to prevent damage and scratches when not in use. The heart of the camera and the battery elements fit into a small lightweight pack.

The pack easily adjusts to whatever size of the wearer and whatever length they desire it. Revolving camera head with interchangeable lenses. The camera head can be removed simply from the frame for quick adjustments or to convert them to everyday eyewear.

Special interchangeable frame. Lenses can be removed and adapted to any individual prescription.

Double temples designed to balance and support the weight of the camera while confering a perfect stability.

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