January 27, 2014

Nerf N-Strike Elite NERF Cam ECS-12 Blaster!

Thanks to the guys at Engadget, we have word on Hasbro's big blaster of the year - one with a built-in camera.

It's another flywheel blaster (seemingly this generation's overused propulsion system), and the camera is only a 0.3 megapixel device (so video quality will be fair to bad, in all likelihood), but can record for 3 hours on a set of batteries. The screen in the back shows what's being recorded, and even has a reticle for aiming.

Right now, the price point being tossed around is $75 - REALLY EXPENSIVE. Personally, I'd rather have a stiff, secure N-strike rail attachment that could be mounted on top of any blaster. This is still a prototype, though.

Hasbro, could you possibly leave the screen as-is, and just upgrade the camera a few megapixels? The screen is fine just for showing what's recording, so a tiny, low-res screen is fine. We just want video that looks decent once you pull out the SD Card and upload to Youtube.

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