The Swann Atom HD Wearable Action Camera with LCD Screen features a 5MP CMOS image sensor and push-button 1920 x 1080p video recording at 30 or 25 fps using the H.264 video format. The camera also supports 1280 x 720p video capture at 60, 50, 30 or 25 fps. It can capture up to 8MP still images as well. The camera features dual microSD memory card slots that can store up to 64GB of combined footage. Plus, it's equipped with a 1.5" LCD screen for live shot preview and instant playback. Swann includes a helmet mount, a flat surface mount, a curved surface mount and a waterproof case with the camera.
For connectivity, the Atom HD camera features a mini HDMI port and a USB 2.0 port that supports NTSC or PAL composite A/V output to RCA. The USB port also supports data transfer and battery charging. Once you've transferred your footage to your Windows or Mac computer, you can upload it to YouTube, Facebook, and so on. The rechargeable lithium-ion battery lasts up to 90 minutes and can be charged from a computer USB port or from a USB power adapter. The camera's other features include a 135° viewing angle in 720p recording mode and a maximum recording time up to 4.5 hours in Full HD.
- Camera supports NTSC or PAL one-button wide angle video capture in Full HD 1080p or HD 720p
- Camera supports up to 8MP still image capture
- Includes mounts for helmet POV recording and for mounting camera to flat or curved surfaces
- USB 2.0 port for uploading to YouTube, Facebook and other social networking sites
- Camera LCD screen supports live shot preview and instant playback of footage
- Mini HDMI output for playing back footage in Full HD on your TV screen
- Camera features built-in LED lights for shooting at night
- Includes a durable waterproof case that is submergible down to a depth of 32'
- Dual microSD card slots support cards up to 32GB for 64GB of total memory
- With dual memory card slots, you won't have to change cards in the middle of a recording
- Camera supports USB charging so you can playback footage while charging the camera