Summary: This is an issue I submitted to Oregon Scientific that they acknowledged but haven't done anything about. Over all this does work decently but doesn't always find the satellites so snapping on-the-fly doesn't always record the coordinates. Usually I have to take a picture first, then it'll connect, then I can take other to the coordinates recorded. The video is a different matter though. Every time I shot video, it picked up the satellites easily.
Value, Features, Price and Quality are reasons I like my 9K
2 February 2014
Summary: Looking for quality and value the ATC9 is a good choice. Has the features I need, and the price I appreciate. This camera is good for action or just taking family fun videos. Being able to use it around water is fun as well.
Summary: I bought the ATC9K to take video on my Catrike Expedition recumbent trike. So far the camera has exceeded my expectations. The picture is clear and sharp and the colors are correct. Unlike my old camera there is practically no shaking of the picture. While the icons on the controls are hard to see, the layout is pretty intuitive and they aren't really needed. I'm very happy with the camera and so far it is doing a better job then my other, more expensive camera.
Summary: Great add on for the ATC9K HD camera. Download the ATC program and works great with google maps. Will show you where you've been, the distance traveled, average speed, max speed, rate of acceleration. Makes looking at your videos that much more fun to look at.
The ATC9K, the HD camera that is the best bang for the Buck!
1 October 2011
Summary: excellent camera..... on par with the go pro and HD170 in quality but this is completely waterproof and has the built in screen.... by far the best camera on the market. The laser guide is a great feature, and the waterproof remote is excellent, but the ATC9K needs better and more mounts, probably ones similar to what the go pro has
Summary: A great example of inert-ware. Never acquired during THREE HOURS on Sunday hiking through a TREELESS PRAIRIE. If you find yourself at least 10,000 feet closer to the the to the signal, you might find some data to fill the map files. Definitely has a pretty spec sheet and uses battery power.