The latest addition to EE's growing arsenal of own-brand hardware goes on sale today. Joining the Kestrel and Harrier phones, the Robin tablet and Action Cam Go-Pro alternative is the EE Capture Cam, a 4G-connected life-logging live streaming camera.
Revealed earlier this month, EE has now shared details on pricing for its Capture Cam. And, as you'd expect, it favours those with existing EE contracts the most.
If you're already an EE customer, you can get the camera for £10 a month with 1GB of data, or for £15 a month with 2GB of data. If you're signing up with EE for the first time, you'll need to make a one-off payment of a tenner, too. Either way, both deals lock you into a two-year contract.
And you'd rather buy the camera outright, you can get it for £130 with 2GB of data, or £150 with 6GB. £200 bags you the camera and 24GB. The Capture Cam can also be rolled into a Shared Plan – handy if you've lots of EE devices spread across your family sharing one data pool.
As for specs, you're looking at an 8MP stills sensor, shooting 1080p video at 30fps. Streaming resolution sits at 720p, with EE's Skeegle app the default streaming service.