Because some experiences must be caught on tape, we’re happy to present to you the promotional video for the Tachyon XC Helmet Camera together with what the producer – Tachyoninc –has to say about it:
“The Tachyon XC Extreme Helmet Camera is the latest generation video and still camera designed for filming extreme action. It is extremely rugged and very simple to use, while delivering up to a full 30FPS of VGA video. It comes with a remote control and custom-designed mounting accessories. It makes use of the common 1, 2, and 4GB SD and SDHC cards, but it is also the only helmet cam on the market that is compatible with 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB SDHC cards. This can give the user up to 8 hours of superior-level video and up to 64 hours of surveillance security spy video on a single card. A patented shock-proof battery system eliminates a common problem among other helmet cameras; the loss of power and recorded files caused by the jarring loose of the batteries. This innovation ensures that videos taken in challenging and perhaps impossible-to-repeat situations will not be lost. And unlike other cameras which need to rely on an external waterproof case, the Tachyon XCs housing is already waterproof, allowing you to film to a depth of 8 meters (28.5 feet) and protecting the camera from the elements.”
But, what they forget to mention is how activities such as filming yourself while riding ridiculously dangerous on public roads can put the cops on your tale. So before uploading your videos, make sure that all the content is in the limits of the law because the police in the UK ended up busting a crazy rider last year after investigating his Youtube account.