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MOHOC Elite Ops Camera


The MOHOC is a Military-optimized camera designed to be mounted to the top of a tactical helmet, via its CurveLock base, which attaches to a loop panel surface; it can also be mounted to the side of a helmet.

The MOHOC is IP68 rated without the need for an external housing. It is waterproof up to 10 meters, and has been drop tested to 2 meters. It features 140 deg FOV capture, capable of the following modes:

  • 1080p/60fps
  • 1080p/30fps
  • 720p/120fps
  • 720p/60fps
  • 720p/30fps
  • 60sec lapse
  • 30sec lapse
  • 5sec lapse
  • 1sec lapse
  • Additionally, the MOHOC can also take 12 MP still imagery. The lens also rotates up to 180 degrees, allowing the user to maintain horizontal field of view regardless of mounting position.

    The MOHOC is powered via a rechargeable LiIon battery which offers up to 2 hours of operation. Additionally, users can also use two CR123 batteries for ~6 hours of operation.


    Included in each MOHOC camera box is:

  • 1 MOHOC Camera
  • 1 LiIon Rechargeable battery
  • 1 Lanyard
  • 1 Micro USB cable
  • 2 Velcro mounting patches
  • 1 MOHOC microfiber bag
  • This article serves as a general overview of the MOHOC camera. As we get some more hands-on time with the camera, we’ll start to post video and imagery taken with it.


    9 Responses to “MOHOC Elite Ops Camera”

    1. jbgleason says:

      They should just incorporate an IR strobe and some glint tape into this thing (you already have a power source and housing) so you can get an all in one item on top of the helmet.

      I say this every time but… we keep making lighter and lighter helmets only to come up with more and more stuff to strap to them.

    2. madman says:

      Is there a price point on these yet?

      • Eric Dobbie says:

        The standard MOHOC is $549 and the IR enabled MOHOC is $749.

        MOHOC IR is optimized for darkness and IR light so the video is black and white. It offers the same video quality and image sharpness as the standard version, however since it is tuned to the night all the video is black and white in day or night recordings. IR version will be launching in Q1 2016.

        The standard MOHOC is currently on backorder due to large initial demand with new stock available in 30 days.

    3. Riceball says:

      They need to offer these in red for people who want to go for the Yondu look.

    4. Mike says:

      Awesome idea. One thing this solution has instantly over the current GoPro offerings is the replaceable batteries, and to use 123s is genius.

      I wish them luck.

    5. Vince says:

      Too damn big!!!

    6. Willy says:

      Think the price is around $600 to $800 bones…..super clean and well designed. good luck to em. To damn big ya say, what about the gorpo…thats a coors lights mounted to your brain bucket.

    7. Carlos Ortega says:

      do you know if lens cover is replaceable?
      lens cover is impact resistant?
      is there any accessories to protect lens from bbs impact?
      (i’m airsofter…)