With YouTube being all the rage these days, people are constantly looking to find ways to capture video and share it with the their friends and family. And of course, the action sports crowd is no different. To that end, Oregon Scientific is looking to upgrade their line of action cameras with two new models coming in August.
These small, lightweight cameras capture video on SD cards, and are powered by AA batteries. They can be mounted easily on just about everything from the handlebars of your bike to your climbing helmet, and they’re both shock resistant and water proof which helps to protect them in adverse conditions.
The two new models will still record in the same resolution, although upgraded CMOS chips should improve the quality, but both of them have wider fields of view. The ATC3K will set you back $150 while the ATC5K, which includes a 1.5-inch LCD screen, will go for $200.
Great, now I can capture the humiliation of going over my handle bars on my mountain bike, and share with the entire world.
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