Nikon KeyMission 80 was announced earlier (and releases October 26th on Amazon) for under $280. My Autographer was retired (no longer additional development) sometime last year and I haven't used it in a while because the battery life no longer lasts a full day. Same thing about the Narrative Clip as well.
Obvious improvements are better picture quality for sure, however it also appears to be much bigger so its going to be way more conspicuous than the original Autographer and Narrative clip. Also unlike the Autographer there are no parameters or intelligence in when it will automatically take a picture - basically having just an interval mode it seems. But, it is super rugged, records video, has dual cameras, and what appears to be a really nice magnetic mount.
I'm going to wait to try one out in person to see if its something I can add to my EDC.
A video posted by Mike Mu (@mikemuonline) on Sep 28, 2016 at 7:04pm PDT
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