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<p>Sleek, very thin design. Excellent camera and you can voice activate the camera even when it's idle. Good screen size and sharp display. Battery life may be a little suspect, not quite as advertised. A quick rotation of the wrist will turn the camera on at anytime. Allows no fuss capture of scenes. There is no external storage as the storage is in-built. All in all an excellent camera.</p>
This review is the subjective opinion of the user and not of Wirefly.com.
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