Stealth Cam Introduces the EPIC Action Sports Video Camera


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Miniature EPIC captures clear picture video content to share through YouTube Action Upload

SAN DIEGO (June 12, 2008) –EPIC Action Sports Video Camera, by Stealth Cam, is the tiniest portable digital video device to hit the market for action sports and outdoor enthusiasts. The shock resistant EPIC weighs less than 3-ounces, has thumb-size (1.3” x 2.75”) dimensions, and can clip to the user’s helmet, clothes, handlebars, arms or other creative angles to capture all land and underwater activity.

With a 45-degree field-of-view and two-button operation including 2x zoom, the EPIC has full audio capabilities with a built-in microphone to allow consumers to clearly and effortlessly record real life action from their own perspective. The EPIC Web site offers users YouTube Action Upload where videos can instantly be uploaded from a PC or Mac for sharing in the online video community:
· YouTube Action Upload on
· EPIC YouTube Channel on

“You never know when that epic moment is going to happen,” says Doug Mann, director of product development & marketing for Stealth Cam. “With our compact and easy-to-use EPIC camera, you can seize any moment imaginable from a rugged mountain biking experience or the perfect barrel wave, to an outdoor music festival. With this sleek video camera, there is no need to lug a bulky camcorder.”

The EPIC Action Sports Video Camera offers dual-use functions shooting VGA quality video at 30 frames per second and up to nine consecutive still images at 5 mega pixels through its trademarked Burst Mode Technology™. The versatile EPIC comes equipped with several durable mounting devices to easily adapt to any outdoor video needs.

EPIC Features
- Less than 3-oz light-weight model with thumb-size (1.3” x 2.75”) dimensions
- Stores up to 200 minutes of video in AVI format
- Two-button design is convenient and easy-to-use
- 45-degree field-of-view angle or 2x zoom for 23-degree angle
- 30 frames per second
- SD slot supports up to 4 GB memory card (not included)
- LCD screen for image count and unit status
- 5 Mega Pixel Camera
- Trademarked Burst Mode Technology™ shoots up to 9 consecutive still images
- Automatic white balance and exposure for clean, crisp images
- View videos/photos through USB or optional card reader
- Easy upload with YouTube Action Upload
- Environmentally friendly packaging via EnviroShell
- Operates on two AAA batteries (not included)

Available EPIC Accessories
- Waterproof Housing
- Adjustable Hardware Mount
- Hat Clip Mount
- Strap Mount
- Tree Screw
- Shock Absorbing Pad

EPIC by Stealth Cam is available now at select sporting good retailers and on The EPIC Action Sports Video Camera is sold at a suggested retail price of $159.00 to $199.00. Visit the Web site for more information or call 877-269-8490.

About Stealth Cam
Stealth Cam, LLC offers specialty digital cameras along with a variety of accessories to enhance outdoor pursuits. Stealth Cam, LLC, a division of GSM, LLC, was founded in 2000 and is a pioneer in the video recording field and expert in the digital camera space. “Set it, shoot it, share it.” For more information, visit

source: Courtney Berg

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  • Luke says:

    This isn’t a review – its a marketing press release. Does anyone have an actual review of how well this product works? Is it any better than the ATC 2K by Oregon Scientific which is now $50 at I know that the ATC has 640×480 at 30 frames per second, but that it doesn’t handle motion very well, with lots of blur when things get bumpy, and bad quality in low light (to be expected). It this one any better?

  • adam says:

    Luke -

    This seems to be in the ‘press and news’ section. So what’s the problem?

  • Richard says:

    the quality of the video is not very good. I used one for takeing a video of a deer hunting trip and I was very disappointed on the quality of the video.I had 2 nice Bucks come by me and the video was so bad, I couldn’t tell how big the Racks were by watching the video.

  • Ted says:

    Did you use VGA or HD? Was it low light or mid day? Was it at 100 yrd or 1,000 yards. WTF dude, worthless report……

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