Being one of the best free runners in the world, having a name like Chase has to work to your advantage. Chase Armitage is lucky enough to have the best name in the business and has got some seriously rad parkour skills to back it up. Whether he is chasing wizards through the woods in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, or fighting pirates in the Caribbean, Chase has built up a reputation as the best free-runner in town and he’s recently started to treat the Barbican as his own personal playground.
To celebrate the release of EE’s new 4GEE Action Cam, Chase headed down to one of the capital’s key landmarks and defied the laws of physics all over it. Why is Chase so excited about this new camera? And why, for that matter, are we so excited about it? It only takes one little look at what this camera is packing, to find out the answer to that.
And so, without further ado, here’s what EE’s new 4GEE Action Cam is packing. Through a video sharing app called skeegle you will, for example, be able to live stream action straight from your camera to peoples phones. If that awesome little feature isn’t enough to get you backflipping off the Barbican, the action camera also comes with a Viewfinder Watch that helps you control the camera…from your wrist. Boom!
But, wait, there’s more. More? Yes, more! The 4GEE boasts a seriously impressive 13MP camera that can take high-quality stills as well as full HD video. If you’re sat there going “…yeah…yeah…but I bet the battery dies after…like…12 seconds,” you’d be more wrong than you’ve ever been in your life. The 4GEE comes with a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery capable of giving you an eye-popping three hours of live streaming.
We’d go out and use one immediately but Chase has run off with our one and, let’s face it, we’re not going to catch him anytime soon. He’s got the skills, he’s got the camera, and he was once in Harry Potter. Chase Armitage is living the free running dream.