US NECC selects MOHOC Cameras
MOHOC has delivered more than 1,400 cameras and accessories to the US Navy’s Coastal Riverine Group 2, the company announced on 20 May.
The deliveries mark the completion of a second order for the personal recording system (PRS) from the US Navy Expeditionary Combat Command.
MOHOC cameras provide a low-profile, helmet-contoured and snag-free fit. They are ruggedised to IP68 rating, and easy-to-use in extreme conditions with simple, tactile controls.
The cameras can capture 1080p HD video and 12MP photos in visible light and infrared illumination, run on multiple battery types, and livestream video over wifi.
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