Helmet-Cam ATC-1000

Helmet-Cam ATC-1000

We’ve all seen an NFL broadcast here and there and thought, “Damn one of those helmet cams would rock.” Well, now you can pick one up for yourself — the ATC-1000 Helmet Cam from Oregon Scientific ($120). It features 640x480 video captured at 15 fps onto an SD card or the 32MB built-in memory. Plus, it doesn’t come attached to a helmet so you can actually clip it to a bike, car, or just hide it in the bottom of your wife’s purse and find out what she does all day.

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