New Specialized Helmet Cameras

SOUTHWEST ASIA -- Tech. Sgt. Nathan Schasse, 817th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron, snaps the night vision goggle mounting clip onto a aircrew helmet at an air base in Southwest Asia, June 18. The NVG's must be centered properly on the helmet to create the best fit for the aircrew and to allow the user to get the most range of adjustment. Sergeant Schasse is deployed from McChord Air Force Base, Wash., and is originally from Madison, Wis. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Courtney Richardson)

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Advanced MOHOC cameras are increasingly adopted by conventional military and first responders, and are already used by Special Forces and tactical law enforcement for training and live operations.

Released in 2016, the original MOHOC Camera was soon complemented by the MOHOC IRCamera (infrared model), iOS and Android apps for live streaming, and a range of accessories for mounting positions beyond the helmet (K9, Weapon, Shoulder). MOHOC products are now in service in over 60 countries, according to

The new cameras are both dustproof (IP68) and waterproof to 10 meters without a separate case, while the rubber housing has been tested to offer protection against 2-meter drops. They are designed to be easily operated whilst wearing gloves, and the build-in vibration feedback provides information about the camera activity without disturbing light discipline. The entirely snag-free shape of the cameras is made to match the curves of any helmet.

MOHOC Cameras come with a Li-ion rechargeable 1100 mAh battery offering up to 2h45 min of footage, which can be replaced by two CR123A batteries providing at least 5 hours of recording.

The cameras can shoot in 1080p/60fps, 1080p/30FPS, 720p/120FPS, 720p/60FPS, 720p/30FPS, and time lapse (60 sec, 30 sec, 5 sec, or 3 sec). A dual capture system is integrated to allow the user to simultaneously record videos and take pictures (12MP).

Founded in 2014, MOHOC develops specialized cameras and accessories for elite end users. By combining the leading sport camera technology with a deep understanding of tactical requirements and design input from Special Forces, the company provides solutions to customers not satisfied with action cameras or body cameras.