November 17, 2006 With the value of compelling video content on the rise, the ability to record what you do if you’re a thrillseeker might just make you rich. At very least, if you record your devil-may-care exploits you’ll be able to look back on them in your dotage. Now you can play hard and record everything as long time gadget impresario Oregon Scientific has released the next generation of its action camera line-up. Weighing in at less than a pound (with batteries), the US$130 hands-free, self-contained ATC2K records full colour video in 640 X 480 VGA at 30 frames per second. Expandable up to 2GB, with a built-in SD card slot and 32MB of internal memory, the shock-resistant ATC2K mounts easily on helmets, bikes, race cars, dirt bikes even three meters underwater for the duration of the battery life.