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SmartyCam
09-08-2009, 07:24 AM
Hi there,
first of all many thanks for invitation on vimeo.com. My name is Thomas and I'm working for memotec Messtechnik and I will give you some background infos for the new AIM SmartyCam.

Today AIM is the world-wide market-leader with lap timer, data recording and racing instruments, the way memotec is for the German-speaking area with the AIM products. The reasons for this are in the first instance the innovative products from AIM, the product-quality and the downright fair cost-performance ratio.

AIM SmartyCam combines a solid state digital video recorder with high speed GPS and real-time data overlays. Configurable instrument transparencies, real-time track position and GPS lap timing result in the most stunning video ever seen from an on-board camera. An ideal tool for all motorsports enthusiasts!

Providing data coming from integrated GPS + three-axial accelerometer:

Position
Speed
Acceleration
Lap time
Distance
track mapping
...

Technical characteristics

Dimensions: 122 x 47,5 x 46,5 mm
Weight: 210 g [battery included]
Display size: 128 x 160 pixel
Waterproof: IP67
Lens: Multi-element glass lens with infrared filter
Diagonal field of view: 94
Focal length: 3.88 mm [equivalent to 24 mm in a 35 mm camera]
Internal battery: Rechargeable lithium battery - 2.000 mAh 3.7 Volt

Battery charge Via socket/CAN : max 700 mAh

Via PC : max 450 mAh
Battery duration: Up to 3 hours acquisition
External power: 9 - 15 Volt
Memory: Up to 16 GB
Memory capability: 1 hour recording = 1 GB
Movies format: H.264 - 720 x 400 pixel @ 30 fps
F/#: F2.6
Accelerometer: tri - axial -5 - +5 g
Usages temperatures: -20C - +60C
Auto power ON: Yes, if connected to an AIM logger
Auto power OFF: Yes
Auto Start/Stop recording: Yes


For more info's visit memotec Messtechnik (http://www.me-mo-tec.com/default.aspx?ID=273&DetailID=404&t=SmartyCam)or contact me.

Here you can see our scuba video on YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/user/SmartyCam) or on
http://www.vimeo.com/6314581.

Thomas

The Publisher
09-08-2009, 09:50 AM
The Italians never cease to impress us with their innovation, engineering, design and product production.

Really cool, thanks for the info!

SmartyCam
09-08-2009, 10:04 AM
Oh thanks, but the camera comes from Italy...

acelockco
09-08-2009, 05:47 PM
The Italians either....now how much are they? That looks so cool and amazingly clear.

The Publisher
09-08-2009, 06:07 PM
I think I originally saw the camera on a German site, my mistake.