There’s a new helmet camera on its way. And it sits INSIDE your lid.
Currently campaigning on Kickstarter to raise capital for production, the Cambox V4 Pro is a clever bit of kit which integrates increasing popular helmet camera technology inside a helmet, behind the visor.
It’s a major departure from its helmet camera competition, which focus on producing cameras to mount on the top or side of a helmet. And we don’t know why someone didn’t think of it before…
The camera itself capable of filming in 4K at up to 60 Frames Per Second (FPS) – and is kitted out with a 150 degree wide-angle lens and 12 megapixel Sony video sensor. There are also two stereo microphones built-in to its articulated arms.
The Cambox V4 PRO also offers an adjustable viewing angle. It has a tilting central lens system which allows you to adjust the lens from -5° to 15°. And with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, it should be fairly straightforward to get your footage to your computer, smartphone or tablet for editing.
Its articulating arms and Velcro fitting system allow the camera to be used with a huge array of helmet types and models, including peaked motocross lids – and the Cambox team even claim it’s light enough to mount on the brim of a baseball hat.
Today’s the last day of the Kickstarter campaign, and Cambox has already raised over three times the amount it was asking for. If you’re interested in pledging your support, it’s not too late though. Click HERE to find out even more information about the new integrated Cambox V4 Pro.
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