Midland Announces Latest HD Wearable Camera

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posted on July 11, 2013
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Midland Radio Corporation has announced the addition of two new products to its line of High Definition Wearable Video Cameras in the XTC280 and XTC285. Designed with the hunter and shooter in mind, the XTC280 and XTC285 are tough, versatile and can be mounted to a variety of firearms.

The cameras are in full HD, providing a crisp, clear picture. Each model features a one-button record system, allowing for simple operation when afield. The XTC280 has a black and silver color scheme, while the XTC285 is patterned in Mossy Oak's Break-Up camouflage.

Each camera can be paired with Midland's varying mounting accessories, which, along with the standard car and head mounts, include designs crafted for firearms. Hunters and shooting enthusiasts can utilize the company's picatinny rail, over/under shotgun and rifle mounts.

The black and silver XTC280 ships with an MSRP of $149.99, while the XTC285, available in Mossy Oak Break-Up Camo, will be available for $169.99.

The XTC280 and XTC285 Value Packs each include a 1080p HD Action Camera, submersible case, universal mount, two 3M adhesive pads, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, USB cable, and universal mounting base. They will be available at retailers across the country this summer.

For more information, go to MidlandUSA.com.

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