Get the Shot of the Shot with Tactacam 2.0

 

Get the Shot of the Shot with Tactacam 2.0

by Capt. Ted Lund

 

Waterfowlers around the country are recording hunts with unbelievable clarity, quality and perspective thanks to the Tactacam 2.0 — the first and only POV video camera made by hunters for hunters.

Goose Hunt

Goose Hunt

Tactacam 2.0’s lens is optimized for bow, crossbow and firearm applications. No more fisheye, wide-angle views like some of todays other POV cameras.  Thanks to Tactacam’s lens design a 10-yard shot looks like a 10-yard shot, not 100 yards. And the simple, single-touch on/off autorecord operation makes sure you get the shot — of your shot — every time.

Available in traditional camouflage, tactical black camo or flat black, each Tactacam 2.0 features a 12-megapixel sensor and is capable of recording in 1080p at 30fps and 720p at 60fps. The 16:9 video ratio aspect is perfect for posting your killshots to Facebook and Youtube. Benefitting from a hunting-centric design, the Tactacam 2.0 also features excellent low-light capability and vibration reduction.

Each of these unique POV video cameras also includes stabilizer, scope, gun, universal and strap mounts. The Tactacam 2.0 is shock-resistant and rated for guns up to .50 caliber and is waterproof up to 30 meters. Powered by rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, Tacatcam provides over two hours of record time and additional batteries are available.

Want to get your reaction to the ultimate shot? Couple the Tactacam 2.0 with the optional Selfie lens and you’ll never miss any of the action ever again.

A USB 2.0 connection allows the Tactacam to connect and charge to both Mac and PC computers and storage is provided by Micro SD cards up to 32GB. When you purchase your Tactacam from the online store, you enjoy a 30-day money back guarantee and each Tactacam product and accessory comes with a 1 year warranty protecting against manufacturing defects.

For more information or to get into the waterfowling POV video rage, visit www.tactacam.com.

Goose Hunt from Tactacam on Vimeo.

 

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