EPIC Carbine HD

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1080P Camera with Nano Technology

(San Diego, CA) July 2012 – EPIC Cameras expands its line of wearable adventure cameras with the new EPIC Carbine HD. With the ability to record in stunning 1920×1080 High definition, the EPIC Carbine HD captures all the action with sharp, high-definition video and crisp, clear audio. The EPIC Carbine brings added versatility and durability with their new Nano Technology. Nano Technology coats every aspect of the EPIC at a nano-scopic level and provides a truly durable, invisible, water-repellent coating inside and out. The result is a rugged, all-weather POV camera– without the need for any waterproof enclosure. The ability to run the EPIC in all weather conditions without the need for a waterproof enclosure reduces weight and delivers sharper video & clearer audio recording. This revolutionary coating does not affect the function or working components of the EPIC Carbine.

The EPIC Carbine’s sleek carbon fiber finish housing boasts a 168º wide-angle lens bringing true perspective to the video, with the option of five different video resolution settings. The Carbine also doubles as a still image camera with the ability to shoot 8mp images including action time-lapse sequence. The quick release spring-loaded mount system makes mounting the EPIC effortless. External LCD screen displays number of video files in memory, as well as battery life and resolution setting. With multiple mounting devices the EPIC 1080 is ready for any adventure.

EPIC Carbine HD 1080 High Definition Action Video Camera Specs

  • HD 1920x1080P digital video w/full audio
    • Five video resolutions:
    • 1080P @ 30FPS
    • 960P @ 30FPS
    • 720P @ 30FPS
    • 720P@ 60FPS
    • WVGA @ 60FPS
  • H.264 video compression
  • 30 Frames per second
  • 8 MP still cam with 1-9 action sequence
  • 168 degree wide-angle lens
  • Accepts up to 32GB SD memory cards*
  • 10 –30 second self-timer
  • 4X digital zoom
  • Upside down mode
  • Video output for use with the EPIC Viewer (sold separately)
  • Flex power – Operates on 3 “AAA” Rechargeable, Lithium or Alkaline batteries
  • MSRP $229.99

Source: EPIC Cameras

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  • jon says:

    I ordered the camera and didn’t get a reply from the company (GSM). After a week I called and they said it was being processed, I asked if I will get an email when its shipped and was told “we get hundreds of calls a day and I can’t remember your address to email you when it ships, call back in a couple days.” I was speechless. After finally getting the camera I quickly became very disappointed with the quality of video. On a bike the picture is very wavy and bad quality. Going to bright light from dark takes a while for the camera to respond. Rechargeable batteries will not work. Only lithium ion work and they are around $10 for four batteries. That gets you 2 hours. If you are going in water you have to buy an extra case. Very poor camera and even worse customer service.

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