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ATCK Waterproof Action Camera


Price: $109.99 & FREE Shipping. Details
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4.25"L x 1.75"D x 2.25"H,None
  • Operates with 2 AA batteries, not included
  • Full-function, hands-free, digital recording
  • Waterproof up to 3 meters and shock-resistant for extreme conditions
  • Mounts easily on helmets, handlebars, and other sports equipment
  • 640 x 480 VGA resolution at 30 frames per second
  • USB and RCA cables included for easy playback on PC or TV (NTSC)
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Product Description

The ATCK Waterproof Action Cameras are self-contained, hands-free digital video cameras delivering full color digital video in 640 x 480 VGA at 30 frames per second, even underwater!
All ATCK cameras are waterproof to 10 ft. and are PC and MAC compatible.

These Cameras work seamlessly with most video editing software and are expandable up to 4GB (2GB for 2K) with an SD card.
Mounting grips and straps of different lengths are included for ATC3K and ATC5K models, and the ATC5K includes a built-in 1.5 LCD screen and photo capture function.


Product Details

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  • ASIN: B005EZIYWW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (235 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

Video quality is very good.
Shirley Gaisser
Helmet mount strap won't make it through more than one season.
J. Grobaski
This is a great little sports camera.
Leo A. Esparza

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

160 of 167 people found the following review helpful By Shawn K. Tolley on August 28, 2007
Style Name: 4.25"L x 1.75"D x 2.25"H,None
I am a police officer and I use this camera when interviewing people. I was initially disappointed with the sound quality, but found the video and capacity with the 2gig card excellent. The problem with the sound is the waterproofing. If you are not going to be using it in water or wet environments all you have to do is remove the mic cover and there is a black square rubber cover over the mic. It is 1mm or thicker and causes the sound distortion and lack of range. Remove it an re-install the cover and you get as good a sound as any other video camera. This camera is well made and a good value at the price. If it had an external mic jack it would rate five stars.
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270 of 290 people found the following review helpful By D-DUB on January 25, 2008
Style Name: 4.25"L x 1.75"D x 2.25"H,None
Length: 2:51 Mins
A simple video to show camera and accessories next to bicycle.
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53 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Terry Hutt on January 23, 2008
Style Name: 4.25"L x 1.75"D x 2.25"H,None Verified Purchase
I bought this after being involved in an auto accident and suffering an insurance rate increase because I couldn't prove what happened. Less than three months later I was hit by another driver who ran a red light. She and her passenger claimed she had a green light. I had this mounted on the dashboard and recording as I was hit and was able to prove she was lying. Without it I would have been blamed for the accident. It paid for itself already.

The camera provides reasonable quality video but very poor audio. It does not operate well in low light conditions (say 30 minutes after sunset). It's very easy to use and has the ability to change resolution, frame rate, date and time, and also to delete files using the built in display and buttons. At 640x480 30fps a 2Gb card (4Gb not supported) can hold about one hour of video. At 15fps it can record about 90 minutes. It only records videos up to 45 minutes, then seamlessly starts another file. It eats batteries so I bought two NiMh rechargables from Radio Shack and recharge them every other day. You probably don't want to use regular alkali batteries with this camera.

The construction is good with waterproof buttons and a waterproof end cap covering the USB and video ports, battery compartment and memory card slot. It has a good selection of mounts including a handlebar mount, helmet mount, and a big rubber strap that will attach it to just about anything. I used stick-back velcro to attach it to my truck's dashboard and it's steady over smooth roads, jerky over the rough stuff.

Recording is as easy as turning it on (press and hold the left button for two seconds) and hitting the record (middle) button. Stop recording by pressing the middle button again and turn it off by pressing and holding the left button.
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65 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Carl Larson on January 16, 2008
Style Name: 4.25"L x 1.75"D x 2.25"H,None
Length: 0:53 Mins
Oregon Scientific ATC2K used on Rt 122 Barre, MA.

Video can be edited using Windows Movie Maker.
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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Noah Chiu on April 27, 2007
Style Name: 4.25"L x 1.75"D x 2.25"H,None
I've had the ATC-2K for a while now and I have to say it's exactly what I thought it would be. It's for extreme sports, is compact, no wires and all in one. The video quality is pretty good but can't be compared to my $500+ Sony camcorders. Obviously the camcorder will have much better quality but I'm not going to strap one to my head or bike, especially as it would be an expensive piece of equipment to smash if I wiped out!

To be honest, for the price, it's well worth buying. I mount it to wherever and then press record, after that I haven't got to worry about it. With the other helmet cams I've tried, the wires sometimes get tangled and I constantly have the thought of my camcorder, in my backpack getting smashed up, at the back of my head.

I was a little confused about whether the ATC-2K was waterproof or water resistant as some websites have different descriptions. I called Oregon Scientific and they said when the camera first came out they had not yet received the waterproof certificate so they had to advertise as water resistant. Upon receiving their waterproof certificate for the ATC-2K they changed the classification of the camera from water resistant to waterproof. They even put it on their website!

Oregon Scientific say they can confirm it is waterproof up to 3 meters. It makes a change from those cameras on the market pretending they're waterproof where you have to use a plastic case to make it water proof. Those things are so much hassle! It is kind of like putting the camera in a zip-loc bag!

The battery time (2 x AA alkaline) is around one and a half hours to two hours flat out. That's an ideal time considering I use a 2GB SD card and film on the highest quality. The max. recording time at 640 x 480 and 30FPS is 1hr and 1 min.
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Bryan Roth on September 13, 2007
Style Name: 4.25"L x 1.75"D x 2.25"H,None Verified Purchase
Length: 3:25 Mins
This is a jetsking video made using this product on Lake Washington in Seattle in October 2007. As you can see, it works really well and we're quite happy with the product. In fact, I have since recommended it to a bunch of friends who have all bought it and love it too. We've got a bunch of similar videos listed on youtube (account= rothstafari) and all of the jetsking ones were made with this camera.

A 2 gig SD card provides you with an hour (approx) of footage at the best resolution. This is a great feature. The camera is durable and works very well.

My only issue with the camera is the placement of the lens relative to the camera body. Because the lens is slightly set into the body (presumably for protection), water tends to pool at the base of the lens obstructing the view and making the end result look bad. We're going to try something like rain-x next time out and hopefully it will help.
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