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MOHOC Cameras Becoming The Video Camera Of Choice For Armed Forces


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Revolutionary MOHOC® Cameras, the first helmet cameras to be fully ruggedized for operational use, continue to be deployed with Armed Forces around the world.

Already in service with NATO countries, these military-optimized cameras are now being procured by Armed Forces and Law Enforcement Agencies across the globe.

Recent contracts with various Military and Law Enforcement Agencies throughout Asia Pacific, South America and GCC countries add to a rapidly expanding number of countries deciding MOHOC® Cameras are the helmet camera for their personnel to wear in training exercises and in theatres of operation.

Unlike ordinary sport action cameras MOHOC® Cameras have a unique, low profile form-factor which matches the shape of a helmet for secure, snag-free fitting. They have simple, easy-to-use controls and come fully ruggedized with an IP68 rating, waterproofing to 10m and are drop-proof to 2m. The tactically designed MOHOC® Cameras record high quality 1080p HD video and 12 MP photos and are available in both Visible Light and Infrared models.

A range of accessories have been developed to increase the capabilities of MOHOC® Cameras, including a replacement door that enables the camera to be ‘hardwired’ for continuous power supply and video streaming, and a K9 harness that provides dog handlers the capability to see exactly what their dog detects. An easy-to-use iOS and Android app allows streaming, playback and recording control of the camera.

Visit the MOHOC® Cameras team at Booth N5-402 for a demonstration of these game-changing cameras or contact John Prosser, Director of International Sales for more information.

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3 Responses to “MOHOC Cameras Becoming The Video Camera Of Choice For Armed Forces”

  1. Mike Nomad says:

    Looks like a nice rig, until I get to the end of the pitch: Go to Google or Apple to get the app… So, no, I can not “Securely connect wirelessly to my MOHOC.”

    MOHOC needs to host the apps, and include Checksums.