Nerf's Finally Made A Blaster With A Removable Action Camera

Nerf's Finally Made the Action Cam Removable on its Hit-Recording Blaster

Back in early 2014, Nerf introduced its first blaster with an integrated video camera -- the N-Strike Elite Cam ECS-12 Blaster -- for recording your attacks on unsuspecting victims. Two years later we now have a follow-up with the N-Strike Modulus Battlescout ICS-10 that finally makes the camera removable.

If your kid has been begging for a GoPro, but you've been hesitant to shell out $US500 ($713) for a camera that will undoubtedly encourage reckless stunts, maybe the $US70 ($100) Modulus Battlescout ICS-10, available this fall, might be a better option. Not only does the blaster's camera see a bump to 720P HD resolutions, it's also finally removable so it doesn't have to exclusively be used with the Modulus. You'll just need to have a healthy stock of batteries on hand because the action cam relies on four AAAs instead of a rechargeable one of its own.

And unlike the original N-Strike Elite Cam ECS-12 Blaster, the N-Strike Modulus Battlescout ICS-10 isn't dependent on batteries. It's a classic manually-primed 'springer' blaster that features an integrated 10-shot clip so your video recordings aren't drowned out by the sound of a spinning fly wheel whirring away inside.

No wired on whether we'll see it in Australia just yet, but we're checking with Hasbro locally, so stay tuned.

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    There are also a number of converters and adaptors to any camera (even the budget action cams) on any of the Nerf guns with rails.

    Ban it! Australians don't want to have fun... actually, don't ban it, we like to sue random people.

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