The camera is extremely versatile with the carbon fiber helmet designed by Troy Lee because it can be mounted on top, in front, and from the left and right sides. It has V-Block technology, night scope adaptability and wireless follow focus.
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Helmet Camera Design
The main purpose of the design for this project was to roll out with a Navy Seal. We needed to feel like we were one of them on a mission. You see them grabbing guns, holding them up in front of the lens, and moving with their movements.
If another Seal comes up next to the bad guy with the helmet camera on, the camera rack focuses to his face. You get more of a cinematic feel from this particular helmet camera than one with a huge depth of field. We want to be the Seal, not treat it like it is a helmet camera broadcasting back to base.
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