Just released by Oregon Scientific is another ATC9K helmet camera which supports high definition recording. Although most Oregon Scientific helmet cameras are shockproof and contain a waterproof shell, the ATC9K grabs attention through its features, which include a built in G Force sensor. The G Sensor allows you to measure acceleration and deceleration.
Additionally, the Oregon Scientific ATC9K Helmet Camera uses a optional built in GPS, so you and log your rides and review them in Google Earth. So when your ride is done, you can go home and view on your computer and see how you did.
At the moment, recording sound options are not known, while the camera will retail at £250 UK. See all the specifications below.
HD quality recording 720p 30fps/60fps (1280 x 720), 1080p 30fps (1920 x 1080),
3M/5M photo function
Different scene modes for photo and video taking
One-press record button for user’s convenience
Built-in G-sensor (measures acceleration)
Laser pointer (indicates direction)
Status LED on main body
1.5” TFT display on main body
Minimum 1.5 hours battery life
Various types of mounts included
20M water proof
Compatible with Window 7/ Vista/ XP/ Apple Mac
Dimensions: approx. L100 x W44 x H55 (mm)
Power source: USB connection rechargeable battery for ATC9K (supports an external charger but not included); 1 x CR2032 button cell for remote control