The Fly6 rear-facing bike camera is a bicycle safety device with a powerful light and a rear facing HD safety camera.
It mounts right under your seat and has 30 lumens of light, which can be used in multiple settings including flashing for safety or just solid light output.
The video can be recorded for up to six-hours on the built-in rechargeable battery. A chirp will sound when the battery needs charging.
The light is built to withstand harsh weather, including rain. A variety of mounting options with cables and hardware are included.
And in case you’re wondering where the name Fly6 came from, I'll tell you. According to the company it combines the phrase ‘a fly on the wall' and ‘6' which is the military term for your back, as in 6 o’clock.
The Fly6 is powered by a built-in rechargeable battery.
Photo system for iPhone 6
The ExoLens is a photography system made to compliment the iPhone 6/6Plus cameras.
Included in the system is a pair of lenses, aluminum bracket with a standard tripod mount ( 1 / 4 20), front and rear lens caps and a storage bag.
The lenses are a 3x telephoto (1.4-by-0.9-inches) and a 165-degree wide angle ( 1 / 4-by-0.6-inches) both of which are a nice compliment to the existing camera phone lens.
Each is made with high grade optical glass and produces incredibly sharp images.
The lenses are threaded to screw into the aluminum bracket, which fits over the iPhone’s rear facing camera. They aren’t designed for and won’t fit on the front camera.
The bracket is well designed and can be considered the glue to the system, since the lenses won’t work without it.
I liked the design of the bracket with its long lasting aircraft grade aluminum body and how easy it was to get on and off a caseless iPhone. There’s foam on the inside to prevent scratching.
All of the iPhones controls are accessible when the bracket is on, except the built-in flash, which is covered.
www.Exolens.com $129.95 for the iPhone 6, $149.95 for the iPhone 6 Plus