MOHOC | HELMET CAMERA
The MOHOC is a tactically designed camera, connecting to the 9LANDs Battle Management System, which provides the New Hayesalian Military with point-of-view cameras to support training, intelligence, and accountability.
MOHOC is among the world's lowest profile helmet camera, and has a curved structure to allow it to fit close to the AirFrame helmet without adding large amounts of weight or size to the helmet. The camera is capable of day and night filming, and additional infrared variant cameras exist (but are not a part of general issue.)
MOHOC is both dustproof and waterproof to 33 feet without a separate case. The military grade system also features superior durability. The aluminium and over moulded rubber housing is rigorously tested to 2 meter drops without skipping a video frame.
The camera is easy to operate even with heavy gloves. The soldier simply toggles to record and camera immediately powers ON and starts recording. Built-in vibration feedback for stealth operation to communicate the camera activity without any lights which maintains light discipline. MOHOC records in up to 1080p and can produce a 12 MP image.
The lens of the camera can be twisted across 360 degrees, allowing the camera to be mounted on different locations on the helmet, including the top, sides, and at oblique angles.
Each camera can record for up to 2 hr 45 min per charge, and is compatible with the individual soldier's PowerPak for recharging.
The camera records direct to an encrypted microSD card, which is in turn only decryptable by authorised systems. Other measures are used to prevent the contents of an SD card falling into the wrong hands.