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Oregon Scientific ATC3K and ATC5K Video Cams Announced

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Oregon Scientific Unveils Next-Generation in Award-Winning Action Camera Line; ATC3K and ATC5K to Hit Store Shelves This Summer

Oregon Scientific, one of the leading designers and worldwide marketers of personal electronics, has announced the latest additions to the best-selling line of hands-free, waterproof action cameras. Building on the success of the award-winning ATC2K, the ATC3K and ATC5K will be available to outdoor enthusiasts and adventures alike this summer and will include new features such as a wider field of view and expandable memory.

The ATC action cameras easily strap on to just about anything — a helmet, arm, leg, bike, canoes and more — allowing users to capture all the action. These self contained, waterproof all-terrain digital video cameras are designed and engineered with extreme precision, allowing users to play hard and record everything in all kinds of conditions — dirt, snow, rain, or shine. The digital video footage is recorded in .avi format, which works seamlessly with most video editing software available for PCs and MACs. Included cables allow users to watch their videos instantly on a computer (via USB) or TV.

“We’ve taken Oregon Scientific’s heritage in making award-winning electronic products for the home to the great outdoors, creating one-of-a-kind, affordable all-terrain cameras that action enthusiasts of all kinds will enjoy,” says Bill Uzell, Executive Vice President for Oregon Scientific. “Not only do these hands-free cameras record your latest adventure, they offer instant gratification, plugging directly into a TV or PC for instant replays.”

The ATC line of products features the following product specifications:

  • Waterproof up to 10 feet deep
  • Shock resistant
  • 32MB internal memory expandable up to 2GB with SD memory card
  • Multiple mounting attachments (included)
  • 640 x 480 VGA resolution up to 30 frames per second
  • Hands free digital video and audio capture
  • Requires 2AA batteries (not included)

ATC3K – Additional Product Specifications:

  • 48 Degree Field of View with improved CMOS sensor
  • Webcam and Viewfinder with PMP
  • Internal memory is expandable up to 4GB with SD memory card

ATC5K – Additional Product Specifications:ATC5K

  • 1.5″ Color LCD TFT for instant playback
  • Photo capture for still shots
  • 53 Degree Field of View with improved CMOS sensor
  • Internal memory is expandable up to 4GB with SD memory card
  • Remote control

The ATC3K will be available in July for an approximate retail price of $149.99 and the ATC5K will be available in August for $199.99. Additional information about the ATC line — as well as information on Oregon Scientific’s other offerings — can be found on: http://www2.oregonscientific.com/default.asp.

About Oregon Scientific:
Founded in 1991, Oregon Scientific is headquartered in Tualatin, a quaint suburb of beautiful Portland, Oregon. Nestled among other Northwest technology giants, it is quickly becoming one of the world’s leading designers and marketers of upscale personal electronics. Oregon Scientific offers six families of products, ranging from youth & learning to sports & fitness. Built from its hallmark of timing and weather devices, Oregon Scientific is expanding to meet the diverse needs of its customers to enhance the way we live, work and play.

Oregon Scientific’s products can be purchased at major toy and game retailers and at Oregon Scientific retail locations in the Stanford Shopping Center in Palo Alto California, the Century City Shopping Center in Los Angeles California and Bridgeport Village in Tigard Oregon.

Oregon Scientific is a division of one of the world’s premier electronics manufacturers, Integrated Display Technology, Ltd. (IDT), based in Hong Kong. IDT was founded in 1977 and is listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchanged as IDT Technology and on the Singapore Exchange as I-Com.

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