Tachyon XC Micro
The name Tachyon might not ring a bell for most people, but in reality it has been dealing with durable, extreme helmet cameras for quite some time already. Their latest release would be the Tachyon XC Micro Helmet Cam that offers similar quality features found in the recently released 2010 Tachyon XC back in August this year, although it helps you save space as it will come in a smaller, more compact design. Touted to be the industry’s smallest helmet camera to date, it will boast features including water-proofing without the need for an external case, a patented shockproof design, a wide field of vision, alongside superior light-gathering ability. The XC Micro can also take pride in the fact that it is also the only helmet camera on the market which can accept the entire range of microSDHC cards, allowing you to store up to 32GB of non-stop footage at any one time. Thanks to its condensed size, you can easily take this around with you, making sure your adrenaline-rushing adventures are always caught on camera for posterity.
The XC Micro will be equipped with a universal mounting system that enables it to hook up with goggles, helmets, sporting equipment and dashboards among others, making it ideal for filming action in extreme conditions. The sheer size, simplicity and extreme ruggedness of the XC Micro allows one to concentrate on the sport instead of having that nagging feeling at the back of their minds as to ensure the camera’s safety is not compromise in the course of recording all the action which is going on. A high-dynamic image sensor and a 90 degree wide angle lens results in clear, undistorted video in low-light situations or underwater at all times. Expect to pick up the Tachyon XC Micro for $129.99, although it is now available on a special deal at $99.99 till the end of the month.