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November 12, 2010

2010 Tachyon XC Micro Helmet Camera

xc_micro_helmet_camera.jpgWith ski season coming up, I've been on the market for a good wearable video camera. Why, you ask? Because I think it'd be awesome to relive some of my runs, maybe take some video of the people I'm skiing with. I don't know much about wearable cameras - I'd read about the Looxcie, but Wired gave it a luke-warm review.

That's why we like the Tachyon XC, which features. one-button operation, a 90-degree wide-angle lens, and a 4-hour battery life with two AAA batteries. It's shock-proof, and uses 4 to 32GB MicroSDHC memory cards. It's cheaper and more rugged than the Looxcie, and we like the product description:

Designed for filming action in extreme conditions, the XC Micro comes with a universal mounting system that can connect the camera to goggles, helmets, sporting equipment, dashboards and more to accommodate the many diverse situations users run into. The sheer size, simplicity and extreme ruggedness of the XC Micro will allow users to forget the camera and focus on their sport.
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Posted by Jake Jamieson at November 12, 2010 8:50 AM
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