If you’re into the outdoors and you’re looking for a rugged little camera to record your adventures, Oregon has unveiled the ATC Mini, which they are claiming is the lightest waterproof camera on the market today, weighing in at just 70 grams.
In terms of specs, users will be able to expect a 1.3MP sensor with a lens that provides 110 degree field of view. On top of that the camera will also be able to record 720p HD videos and will be able to withstand submerges into water of depths up to 20m. It will come equipped with a 32GB microSD memory card that will allow up to 1.5 hours worth of video recording.
It will come with a vented helmet mount, as pictured above, which will support attachment to bicycle helmets. There will also be other mounts for the ATC Mini, such as for handle bars and surf boards. The Oregon ATC Mini is not yet available and will be coming soon, but do not expect it to come cheap as the ATC Mini will set you back £199.99.
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