There is no such thing; the adapter simply translates a copper connection between the mircoSD format and the SD format. It has no logic of its own and therefore will simply be as fast as the card you put into it. However, there are faster cards available.
You might want to look into the Nikon 1 J5 camera. It is a DSLR grade pocket camera with interchangeable lens. MSRP of this camera is USD$499.99 so it should cost less in stores. Features:
Interchangeable lens using the Nikon 1 mount
MASP (Manual, Aperture, Shutter, Programmed Auto) modes
13.2mm x 8.8mm sensor size
WiFi & NFC
3.9in x 2....
The Samsung NX 300 can upload pictures to Facebook after you configure Wi-Fi, and presumably your Facebook username/password.
Picture from https://globalnews.ca/news/785601/how-to-pick-the-right-wifi-digital-camera/
This article talks about similar features in Canon and Nikon cameras, as well as in other Samsung models such as the affordable ST150F.
A webcam is not what you should look for. Webcams are simple devices, with a digital camera sensor and basic electronics for USB interface. They don't push anything anywhere. Instead, they allow a PC to access images or video stream from them. In other words, they are passive.
Instead, you want an active device, a device which would:
Know how to connect to ...
That's a tall order.
I haven't found anything quite that nice in the open source world, although I've looked. Honestly, you might have to content yourself with missing some of those features or going over the 250g mark; if anyone knows otherwise, please prove me wrong so I can look at buying one too! :)
This thread discusses the possibility of porting ...
What I found was a digital USB stethoscope with optional Pulse Ox https://www.ebay.com/itm/CON-TEC-CMS-VE-Visual-Digital-Stethoscope-ECG-SPO2-PR-Electronic-Diagnostic-ECG-/263690719589 or digital USB stethoscope with PC interface and SD card storage plus optional Pulse OX https://www.ebay.com/itm/CONTEC-Visual-Digital-Stethoscope-ECG-SPO2-PR-Electronic-...
2×2 mm waterproof casing means likely a 1x1 mm sensor, which means terrible image quality and low resolution. Are you sure this is what you want?
In general, tiny cameras measure around 6×6 mm. In order to find them, you need to use the term “snake camera,” “endoscope,” or “borescope.” The last two terms mean different things, but they seem to be used ...
AMG8833 is a popular thermal camera which has an accuracy of 2.5 °C (4.5 °F). The benefit is that it's commonly used, and has a pretty decent support. The drawback is its tiny resolution, 8×8 pixels only. It costs around $40.
MLX90640 is another, although less popular, choice, with its increased resolution of 32×24 pixels and an accuracy of 1.5 °C. You can ...
The top three search results for “windows hello webcam requirements” claim that you need a special infrared, 3D camera:
If Windows Hello doesn’t work, chances are your hardware isn’t compatible. That means your system lacks iris scanning, fingerprint scanning, or a near-infrared 3D camera.
A regular webcam will not work with Windows Hello. Windows ...
After looking through the list of all cameras out there, it turns out the only cameras with a screen larger than 3" generally fall into the following categories:
Professional (read: expensive) cameras, e.g. Zeiss ZX1.
Specialized cameras, e.g. Fluke TiX-640.
Cameras with apps, e.g. Samsung Galaxy Camera.
However, there is a way to attach a larger, external ...
If you do not require video level synchronization, you may be able to accomplish your objective by using a pair of Canon low-cost point-and-shoot cameras. I have a pair of mid-range Canon SX-200 IS cameras with USB connectors wired to a trio of 1.5v batteries and a switch.
The cameras have been loaded with Canon CHDK which is stored on the camera's SD card. ...
Not Bluetooth, but wifi, therefore it qualifies for "other wireless technology, the "aiball" camera comes in as a candidate. Available on Amazon, as well as a few other locations, it doesn't come in with high praises via the reviews.
Here's the better part of this answer. Once you visit the Amazon link, you see other small wireless cameras that may give you ...
I have the Nikon 1 J5 and I get some great photos out of it.
It's around $300 and comes with loads of in-camera effects (toy camera, wide angle, colour selection so on) and considering it's a mirror-less camera it captures really hi-res photos, plus its not a pain to lug around!
Here's a couple options that I've found which might be appropriate:
Technet C016 ($15)
Manual Focus, Manual LED Brightness, Positive review on amazon for scanning QR codes, 5MP
Logitech C615 ($33)
Folded, flat design, Good autofocus and good movement, 8MP
Logitech C920 ($60)
Same as above; folded, flat design. Higher quality but higher price point, 15MP
I've been looking for the same thing. The major challenge is finding a good camera on a current feature phone. The best option seems to be camera phones from around 2009-2011, like a refurbished Sony Ericsson Cybershot (the C905 or C903, say) or (since the OS is unsupported, basically turning them into feature phones) a refurbished Nokia 808, N8, or N86.
The SQ8 Mini DV Camera 1080P Full HD Car DVR is best I could find, it's very small and can run for about 100 minutes at 1080p at 30fps, which should cover most presentations. It comes with its own stand, so if you have a desk, which I assume you do since you can out a laptop down, you can just put it in front of your laptop and stream it to your laptop. The ...