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UK safety camera specialists launch "world's first dual lens helmet camera", that records front and rear

Techalogic say their double-sided action camera is a world first. Is this the future of helmet cams?

Clacton-based safety camera brand Techalogic are about to launch what they say is the first  all-in-one helmet camera with dual lens, front and rear recording. 

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Described as a "bullet style" camera, Techalogic originally aimed it at motorcyclists but say they realised that lots of cyclists appreciated the technology in the testing phase. It's a patented design and Techalogic insist it's a world first. 

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The video above gives an idea of the recording quality you can expect, and the camera is affixed in the middle of a bracket that sits on top of your helmet. Charging is via USB, with a lens at both ends of the unit. 

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As detailed in the tech specs above the resolution is 1920 x 1080P, and you'll get 2.5 hours of recording time out of it on a full charge. It also comes with a wireless controller; this can automatically take a photo with the camera button, and you can also press the lock button to lock the current recording file. 

The family business are about to launch a new website for the Techalogic brand, but have been trading as Mycrocam UK for the last eight years. Techalogic say the camera will be priced at £179.95 with all mounting accessories included when it goes on sale in four to five weeks' time. 

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