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Midland XTC-150VP2 480p SD Action Wearable Video Camera with Bow, Tree, Visor and Handlebar Mounts - Camo

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  • Compact Camera 1.75 H X 3.25 L X 1.12 W records at 30 frames per second with 640 x 480 resolution
  • 140 degree Wide Angle Lens
  • SD Card Slot will accommodate up to 32 GB
  • Compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7 and Mac 10.4, 10.5, and 10.6
  • Includes Handlebar, Visor, Tree, and Bow Mount
  • Hands-free, fumble-free, wearable video camera
  • 480p standard definition with 140 degree viewing angle and 4:3 aspect ratio
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Midland
  • Model Number: XTC-150VP2

Product Description

The Midland XTC-150VP2 480p SD Action Camera is a featherweight, standard-definition action cam that maximizes its small size, cool camo surface, and ease of use to let you blend into the wild while capturing 480p video of your favorite wildlife. Powered by two AAA batteries (included) and using a large, sliding on/off switch, the XTC-150 can be mounted unobtrusively on any of the four included mounts - visor/hat, handlebar, tree, or bow - and uses a wide-angle lens to take in 140° of action. Video is recorded to affordable microSD memory cards (purchased separately) and can be easily transferred to your computer for editing via a standard USB 2.0 port.

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Technical Details
Item Weight2.9 ounces
Product Dimensions3.4 x 1.2 x 1.6 inches
Item model numberXTC-150VP2
Batteries:2 AAA batteries required. (included)
Warranty1 year
  
Additional Information
ASINB003VUCHXO
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Shipping Weight1.6 pounds
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Date First AvailableJuly 5, 2010
  
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Chris Ray on November 7, 2011
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First of all, I will say I am an avid hunter,and I am happy Midland is working hard to provide a comprehensive package for the sportsman and action junkie alike. I don't bash products normally, but I do have to give this 3 stars, and it probably only deserves 2.5 stars, really, but I'm feeling generous, I guess. I realize this is a $100 camera, not a $1000 camera. I have used several different cameras to record wildlife over the past 10 years or so, and generally speaking, the cameras and equipment have continued to improve. I have done early-morning, daytime, late afternoon, night vision shots, used starlight scopes mounted to my video camera, and infrared cameras, so I do know what I'm talking about when it comes to cameras and recording, altho I'm sure I don't know everything. I bought this one at Scheels a month or so ago, and that's where I will be returning it. As my article title says, the camera is only good up close, and the camera likes lots of light. If I can get the computer to cooperate, I will upload the video I shot this morning. If it doesn't upload, you'll have to take my word for it. The camera color is pretty good to excellent at times. The microphone is OK. The pixels are grainy compared to sharp. The "fish-eye" lens takes a little getting used to watching video. I attempted to video a 6-pt buck 30 feet from my stand two evenings ago right at sunset. I had no intention of shooting him with my bow, so I thot it would be great just to get him on video. The only thing that shows up in my video is the horizon, and everything else is black. It really stunk, because I thot I got to watch him working over a licking branch and freshening a scrape--all on video. He tore it up! I couldn't wait to watch the video. What a disappointment that I couldn't see anything!Read more ›
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By K.D. on July 12, 2012
I'm not a hunter, nor do I really have a burning desire to capture video doing anything terribly serious. I bought this camera to mount on the handlebar of my ATV. It could not be easier to use. Using the included mount, it took about 10 seconds to install. I was actually surprised that the video wasn't completely shaky. No, it isn't an HD recorder, but the image quality was quite good. I have only used it during daylight hours, so I can't comment about low light conditions. For the price I paid, it has been fun capturing decent video. I have a Macbook Pro, and the device was recognized immediately. I also quickly found the spot where the files were located, which isn't always a given. Overall, I'm pretty happy with the camera for casual use.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By wisp588 on August 29, 2011
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This camera doesn't have a zoom. I used it for paintballing and worked very good. Sound is pretty good on it. It was raining and still recorded. :D
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I bought this Midland XTC on sale from another site about a month ago for my husband to use while he's out hunting. He also takes it out while he's fishing and has tried it while he was practice shooting with his bow. As with many smaller more cost effective camcorders, the better your lighting is when filming, the better. However the most distinctive feature you'll find on your videos is they have a sort of fishbowl look to them. The video slightly rounds at the corners, giving you more viewing area, but at a slightly rounded appearance. It reminds me what what you would expect cameras in those round darkened security domes inside public placed would film like. While there are several different mounts that come with the camera, so far the clip that goes on top of a cap/hat/helmet gets the most use, with the bow mount coming in second. There is an included mount for screwing it into a tree, but so far the hat mount has been the most fun to use. It picks up everything you look at, and make for some fun videos when your hunting with others. The hat clip mount gives a more natural view of everything you're doing.

You will need a micro SC card to use with the Midland XTC. I ordered the Sandisk 32GB Micro SD, so the camera can catch many hours of footage before it runs out of space on the memory card. The camera runs off of two triple A batteries, so picking up a set that are rechargeable would probably be the most cost effective option for powering it.

The on/off button is a giant sliding switch on the top of the camera.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Not satisfied on November 1, 2012
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i received this camera and it was broke. It did not work. trying to get an exchange or a response from Midland or Sharp Gear was impossible! they pawned me off on others. Neither backed this product! I do not recommend buying this product at all
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I picked this camera up on a 3rd party clearance site but I felt like writing a review for other folks.

This is an okay camera. It's cheap, it's simple, it records okay. Detail is kind of sketchy at 100% video size, and really falls apart at 200%. Where it excels though for me is the motion: it records motion very smoothly. It's a 145 degree fisheye lens, which sucks somewhat, but I got this for about half of what Amazon is asking and I'm happy with the price.

I don't know about a hunting camera, but I picked the camera up to mount to handlebars and document my mis-adventures in doing silly things I should know better than to do, and it works great for that.

If you can get it for 30 bucks it's a decent buy. Otherwise buyer beware. You may be better off with other options.
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