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Here cams the bride: Rosie Olivia and Sony launch wedding veils with cameras to give 'bride's eye view'

By Gary Fennelly

Published 17/06/2015

A model poses wearing one of two Sony 4K ActionCam bridal veils
A model poses wearing one of two Sony 4K ActionCam bridal veils
A model poses wearing one of two Sony 4K ActionCam bridal veils

Sony has teamed up with royal hat designer Rosie Olivia to launch the world's first collection of wedding veils complete with wearable camera technology.

The futuristic veils feature an embedded Sony 4K Action Cam, the FDR-X1000V.

A model poses wearing one of two Sony 4K ActionCam bridal veils
A model poses wearing one of two Sony 4K ActionCam bridal veils

Ms Olivia, who has designed hats for high profile celebrities and members of the Royal family, said:  "Too many of my friends have complained about their lack of wedding videography. I’m getting married soon and wanted to make sure I cover all angles and eventualities.

"The Bride’s Eye View collection will mean the most important vows are captured forever. In making the veil into wearable tech, I hope my brides will look amazing while capturing every moment from her intimate point of view.

"Sony has helped me make it possible to guarantee that treasured memories will live on forever."

Frederik Lange, Head of Digital Imaging at Sony UK and Ireland said: "It is exciting to see Sony’s innovation incorporated into such a design – our digital imaging products are really designed to capture both the everyday and special occasions."

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