Yes indeed, you know I dig mobile technology, particularly rugged stuff, and I’m really hot on photography, so it’s no surprise that this cool gadget got my attention today – enter the Oregon Scientific HD ATC9K All-Terrain Video Camera. The device is easy-to-use, waterproof and shock-resistant camera can be strapped to a helmet, handlebars, surfboard, or snowboard, so it can follow athletes places they wouldn’t dare bring a normal camera – and shoots in high-definition. Not impressed yet? Check out these specs:
The compact ATC9K features a built-in G-sensor that measures the force of gravity during acceleration, deceleration and hang time, allowing users to record and review every detail of their performance. A laser pointer on the camera also helps users line up the camera, so they never miss a moment of the action. Designed for the rugged adventure, the ATC9K does not sacrifice function over form – it features full 1080p professional quality HD video, shoots up to 60 frames per second, has 130 degree wide field of view, captures 5-megapixels photos, and has a built-in color LCD display that allows users to preview and play back videos. One thing missing though… where’s the GPS??