iON Camera introduces new CamoCAM Action Camera

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posted on July 17, 2014

iON Camera has unveiled its new CamoCAM Action Camera, the first POV camera designed with the hunter in mind. Wrapped completely in RealTree Xtra camo, the 14 megapixel CamoCAM can record up to 2.5 hours of footage on a single battery charge. Its 180 degree lens captures a wide field of view and HD video of 60 frames per second.



The CamoCAM is compact, light weight, fully-waterproof and comes complete with a weapons mount that allows you to easily attach the camera to your firearm or bow. Silent, one-touch recording feature allows you to activate the camera with minimal movement and without electronic beeps that can spook game.

When paired with available accessories, such as the Wi-Fi PODZ and iON app, users can control camera functions from their smart phone or tablet and instantly upload content to social media.

The iON CamoCAM will be available sometime this fall in Walmart stores and walmart.com with a retail price of $299.99.

For more information go to ioncamera.com

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