Precision X

Justus Röhl

Prof. Gert Trauernicht


1 18/19



Precision X is an action cam designed to be used in extreme situations. Its lens head and corpus are made of metal to withstand physical influences. In addition to the good aerodynamic properties, the basic cylindrical shape provides the base for the purposeful precision of high-quality images.

The idea behind the concept is to enable operation of the camera without having to hold it in your hand. Any input is done by rotating the lens head and can therefore also be done blindly when the camera is attached to a helmet for example. The communication between the camera and the user works via auditory signals using its integrated loudspeakers. Both the battery, which can be easily changed thanks to a bajonet closure, and the lens head have a grippy embossing to allow for safe operation even when wearing gloves.

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