Clinton's camp promises a behind the scenes look on the campaign trail.
WASHINGTON (CNN) - As a top tier presidential candidate, Sen. Hillary Clinton is surrounded by cameras nearly everywhere she goes.
But one more will follow the New York Democrat and her husband on the trail next week in Iowa, when her campaign debuts what it is calling the "HillCam," described as a "groundbreaking effort" that will show viewers a "totally unvarnished" Clinton.
"The HillCam will follow Hillary and Bill Clinton as they travel from Des Moines to Davenport, capturing their spontaneous and unscripted moments," according to a statement from the campaign. "Taking supporters beyond the soundbites, the HillCam will offer an unvarnished look at the Clintons’ first joint-campaigning of the 2008 race."
The Clintons will spend Monday-Wednesday in the crucial early-voting state.
- CNN Ticker Producer Alexander Mooney