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Oregon ATCMini-S HAT0082010312001 Caméra de surveillance ATC Mini

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  • Description du produit: Oregon - ATCMini-S
  • Type de produit: Caméra de surveillance ATC Mini
  • Alimentation: Batterie rechargeable par connexion USB
  • Dimensions: 30 x 30 x 82 mm
  • Poids: 75 g
  • Sortie TV : Oui
  • Garantie du fabricant: 2 ans

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Descriptif technique
MarqueOregon Scientific
CouleurGris
Type de produitTraditionnel
Résolution du capteur1.3 Mégapixels
Connexionsusb
MémoireMicro SD
Formats supportésCarte Mémoire
ModèleATCMini-S
Résolution vidéo480p SD
Garantie constructeurGarantie fournisseur :2 ans
  
Informations complémentaires
Dimensions du produit (L x l x h)8,5 x 4 x 4 cm
Moyenne des commentaires client Soyez la première personne à écrire un commentaire sur cet article
Numéro du modèle de l'articleATCMini-S
ASINB005ZELFQY
Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon 1.065.533 en High-tech (Voir les 100 premiers)
Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr11 novembre 2011
  
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Description du produit

Description du produit

Oregon Scientific présente l’ATC Mini, un caméscope au format mini, pesant seulement 70 grammes et capable de filmer en 720p. Conçu pour vous accompagner dans vos activités sportives (vélo, randonnée, course), il peut aussi vous suivre dans l’eau, à l’occasion d’une session de surf ou de canoë par exemple, étant donné qu’il est étanche jusqu’à 20 mètres. N’offrant pas de mémoire interne, il implique l’utilisation d’une carte microSD jusqu’à 32 Go, tandis que la batterie assure jusqu’à 2 heures d’enregistrement et que vous y trouverez des connectiques TV et USB, sans oublier le micro intégré.

Points forts

• Format Mini
• Qualité d’enregistrement video 720P HD et photo 1.3 MP
• Etanche à 20M
• Sortie TV
• Microphone
• Buzzer
• Angle de vision (FOV) 110° degrés


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4 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Battery life is weak 10 mai 2013
Par jpcjpcjpc - Publié sur Amazon.com
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My wife got me this for xmas. I mounted it on my bike helmet and raced it in a MTB XC race. It seems to segment the video into chunks instead of giving you one contiguous file. Indoor footage is grainy, but outside is OK (of course it's designed for outside use).

Helmet mount is really terrible and not easy to use. it took so long to mount it that I didn't want to take it off again and after I did, I didn't want to put it back on because I knew it would be a hassle.

Battery life is 1.5hrs or so - not great.
It works and the audio is ok. It records in 720p so it's quality is good.
2 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 O.K for beginner 21 janvier 2013
Par Cynthia Ericson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Achat vérifié
I tried the ACTMini twice. The first one would not hold a charge and within a day would not turn back on. The picture Quality was fine. The second ACTMini that came as the replacement worked well held two hour charge, but the picture quality was not as clear as the first camera. I compared the footage and the street signs showed more fuzzy. Overall I was not happy with the picture quality and returned the second camera as well.
16 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Worked better then expected, great bargain for the price 24 mai 2014
Par jordan - Publié sur Amazon.com
I bought one of these from an overstock site. I ride a motorcycle in LA everyday and it's to the point where I can't make up a story that is more unreal then LA traffic. I use this camera daily and it also pulls double duty, it is my dive camera. If you are reading this, then you are about to get 2 completely different reviews, two completely different situations, for the price of one, which is nothing because you don't pay money to read reviews. I compare this camera to my Iphone. which I wouldn't use for either tasks.

Motorcycle Helmet Cam (High speed, High action) 6/10
The microphone sucks. Wind noise above 20 MPH becomes nothing but white noise as the microphone is easily overloaded. Could have to do with the vent design, or cheap hardware. The solution! I took foam from a motorcycle com microphone and glued it to the microphone. Adds a poof-y spot to the bottom, but reduces the wind noise to the point where at 40 MPH you can somewhat hear the motorcycles engine. The 720 frame rate is kind of sub-par. I can't make out license plates, which is pretty much why I want to have a camera to back me up when road assassination attempts occur. But the wide field of view is enough to capture everything around me, along with the street lights and even my speedometer sometimes. SUMMARY: this is a good back up camera as an insurance catch. you never know what you'll see and this helps put pieces together, or capture the spinning effect of that gnarly back flip you did on your snowboard. same effect, little detail. honestly, anything more expensive will just give you a clearer picture and a larger hole in your soul when it get broken/lost. electronics are cheap and I use this ruggedly. easy buttons, I turn it on and off while it's on the helmet while I wear it.

Scuba Dive Camcorder: 8/10
This one is easy. The box says it can go to 60 feet. I took it to 100 feet and filmed our expedition to the Sue-Jac wreck at Catalina Dive Park. No leaks, no problems. It's made out of all plastic with one steel screw on the optional mount bracket. No corrosion. Buttons are so easy to use I never look at it, I just use it. Camera has a 10 shot burst mode that's just as easy to use when you want the PERFECT picture and need it. 1 out of 10 is a better chance than 1 out of 1 when it comes to capturing your loved one with a rare undersea life form in a perfect picture. The battery is removable, so I have replacements and just swap out as the day goes on. It films in 30 minute increments. Filming is actually continuous, it just saves the film in 30 minute increments. So a 45 minute dive will be 30 minutes and 15 minutes when you watch the video clips. No biggie, free internet software combines the videos. Audio in water is important, since it travels so much better. This audio is good, not too much breathing and movement. Not too sensitive. More like how you actually hear underwater. SUMMARY: this is a great camera to have for diving!!!! Its so cheap and so easy to use! It is small, so small and 20 of them will probably get 100X better video then a 3000$ single point dive camera and still weigh less and probably be less bulky. Take this too the pool and boom, now your Michael Bay.

FINAL COUNT:
Use a good memory card. a 20 minute motorcycle ride films about 2 Gb of film. a cheap memory card will ruin the recording and shorten its usage. highly suggest a 16 Gb good quality. worth the 20$
Buy the damn extra batteries. it takes about 15 to 20 minutes to charge a battery from dead to full in the camera. a used camera is 30$
I bought one and it proved it was well worth 50$. so I bought 2 more and now I have 3 cameras, one permanent for motorcycle and 2 for scuba with my loved one. or skydiving. or go cart racing. or rock climbing. I have 3 batteries to swap in and out with. whatever, its 50 bucks and better than the 100 other Chinese ones here.
Intuitive buttons. one is power. one is camera. one is video. you could use it blind folded, behind your back. LED tells you the status. blinking blue is full memory. red is running. wish it had something to tell me low battery.
It probably performs better in water then on land. weird.
16 internautes sur 18 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Does the Job, Manual is Wrong... 17 avril 2014
Par Bonnie Kurtz - Publié sur Amazon.com
This camera actually does a decent job, but NOT with the class 4 micro SD recommended in the manual. After some experimenting, a class 6 or 8 actually yields a very decent capture for this little camera at 720p. I fear the reviews on this camera have been low because the recommended Class 4 cards result in an awful, offspeed, color dispersed video.

The other misleading piece is this set DOES NOT include a vented helmet mount. It only has a universal helmet mount (think rafting or skiing- hard helmets with a solid surface, and a tripod mount). The vented helmet mount needs to be ordered seperately for about $7. It does a good job.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 What A Deal! ATC Mini Action Camera 6 septembre 2014
Par badpirategirl - Publié sur Amazon.com
Bought mine at Big 5 for $35 on sale from $139.95. While viewing directly from the camera, via USB cable, the video was broken but sequential. I downloaded it to the computer and it was a great video!

I was concerned about vibration since it was mounted on my HD motorcycle, which are not known for vibration free movement, and much to my surprise it was a very stable picture.

Since it does not come with a mini sd card I opted for an 8 GB one at walmart for about $10 (it came with two mini's and an adaptor for regular size use).

Wind noise rendered the sound feature useless, but hey it's on a motorcycle what did you expect?

It only came with a helmet mount and a tripod adaptor. I had to buy a thumb screw to attach it to my windscreen mount. No big deal but the handlebar mount will be needed when the windscreen is removed.

Overall a great buy at this price. Made by Oregon Scientific, Go Ducks!!!!
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