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Sign up to FREE daily email alerts from mirror daily newsSubscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsSnapchat has unveiled the third generation of its camera enabled Spectacles, which allow users to capture images and video to post to the social media site.The new Spectacles 3, costing 330, will go on sale in the autumn, Snapchat confirmed.They feature a strong, lightweight steel frame with circular lenses and adjustable acetate tips, and come in two colours Carbon (black) and Mineral (gold).Users can tap a button on the frame to start recording up to 60 seconds of video (including audio), or press and hold to capture a still.LED indicator lights notify people when recording, and users will see a light as well.AirDrop flaw could let hackers access your phone number here how to turn it offSpectacles 3 will wirelessly sync images and video gathered from the glasses to a user phone, where a range of 3D effects in the Snapchat app will allow users to enhance their uploads.Spectacles, the company first hardware product, launched in 2016 but have had a mixed history as a consumer product.Snapchat admitted in late 2017 that it had written off around 40 million dollars in relation to unsold stock of first generation Spectacles, which cost 130.Since then, the glasses have been redesigned and made water resistant. The second version cost 150.The new Spectacles 3 include two HD cameras which will enable depth to be captured in images.vlogger shocks fans as glitch reveals she is middle aged woman using filterThey will also come with a leather charging case which can hold up to four charges, the firm said.Snapchat confirmed that the new Spectacles will be a “limited edition product”, with far fewer being made than the first generation glasses.As of last April, Snapchat had sold more than 200,000 units of its original Spectacles.This in itself is a tiny fraction of the 203 million people who open the Snapchat camera each day, and share 3.5 billion Snaps every day.Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterallMost ReadMost RecentSexual healthWeirdest sex questions Brits Googled in 2019 with some hilarious resultsBed SOS has revealed the most bizarre sex questions that Brits asked Google in 2019, in the hopes of encouraging people to be more open with their loved onesVideo GamesJourney To The Savage Planet preview Blast off into the unknown in this planet exploration role playing gameJourney To The Savage Planet is a planet exploration game that takes inspiration from early 70’s sci fi.