2010 Tachyon XC

Tachyon, Inc.'s, digital, mountable camera, the 2010 Tachyon XC Helmet Camera features a shockproof design, wide field of view, superior light-gathering ability, a remote control, and the longest battery-powered recording time of any helmet camera on the market, up to 12 hours.
The 2010 XC can also be integrated into an affordable digital 3D video and still camera system.
Designed for filming action in extreme conditions, the 2010 XC is easy-to-use and comes with multiple mounting systems that can connect the camera to goggles, helmets, sporting equipment, dashboards and more, accommodating all adventure enthusiasts. With loss of video due to battery connection being the top helmet camera complaint, Tachyon developed a shockproof battery system to keep the camera's batteries locked and secure, so video can survive the shocks of the most adverse situations.
The 2010 XC boasts a high-dynamic image sensor and a 90 degree wide angle lens, matching the sweet spot of human vision, allowing users to capture clear, undistorted video in low-light situations or underwater. The 2010 XC can also accept the entire range of SDHC cards, from 4 to 32GB, allowing for an extended battery-powered recording time of up to 12 hours.
The camera's indoor light sensitivity, combined with Tachyon's Green Power Pack (a rechargeable battery cartridge with wall socket and car light adaptors), gives the 2010 XC an additional function as a surveillance camera, nanny cam, scouting/hunting camera, or on-board accident camera. Running in time-lapse photo mode, the XC can record up to 10 full days on a 32GB SDHC card.

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