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UnityTactical Introducing Helmet Mount

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UnityTactical is adding a helmet mount to their lineup which will accommodate a variety of lights and cameras. Called the ARC Rail Hub, it is compatible with the Ops-Core ARC rail and features an adjustable break-away feature so you can set it for break-away / non break-away.

Coming Q2, pricing is not yet set for the mount but they’ll be running a pre-order soon.

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10 Responses to “UnityTactical Introducing Helmet Mount”

  1. Mr. European says:

    As a sci-fi buff I can’t get over the overwhelming feelings of “cool” about the implications of this. The only way this’d be more perfect is if the camera was connected to the soldier’s radio/comm suite and the light was shoulder-mounted.

    The fact that this isn’t too far from Life Imitates Art adds bonus points along with the Awesome, Yet Practical factor inherent to its design and purpose.

    • jack says:

      Now of course you’d need a motion tracker too…

      What thing I fail to see in this design is whether their mounts allow piggy backing other rail compatible accessories, such as the peltor arc adapter. I wish someone would do something about that.

      • UnityTactical says:

        We’ve got the Peltor ARC adapters on the way to test, This unit is very short, so it should allow room for the Peltor ARC adapters mounting this fore or aft.

        We will strive to make it as compatible as possible.

  2. Nick says:

    I’m digging the side profile of the contour mount but curious to see if it feels wonky having both light and camera on the same side.

  3. Andrew says:

    Looks really slick.

  4. straps says:

    I’ll investigate this just to see if the “breakaway” feature is superior to Ops-Core’s approach, which is to just have you buy their mounts 10 at a time.

    And note to frequent readers of this site looking for a new, currently unserved market: A Contour mount that puts the camera level while mounted to the Arc Rail. I’f I’m using a Contour, I’m not worried about that extra 1/4″–I’m interested in watchable footage. I don’t always have the time (or RAM or processor power) to tilt the footage manually.

  5. Mate says:

    What’s going on with that tan X300?

  6. Andrew says:

    It’s actually silver. They most likely know someone at SF as those were never sold.