Head cams were another big theme at this year's CES, and Panasonic got in on the fun with the launch of its HX-A100.
Designed to let users "live broadcast life" from their own unique point of view, the HX-A100 is a full HD video camera that can capture moments in even the most extreme conditions -- Panasonic, in fact, said it's capable of being submerged in up to five feet of water.
The company also said it's comfortable to wear and can automatically compensate for tilts and quick movements to ensure footage is stable and shake-free. Built-in Wi-Fi also lets users upload live video streams to the Web.
No word on pricing or availability just yet from Panasonic.