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Nerf has finally made a blaster with a removable camera

It just got easier to record your Nerf rampages as the company has introduced a new blaster with a removable camera.

The Nerf N-Strike Elite Cam ECS-12 Blaster, with its built-in non-removable camera, was released two years ago.

However, the 0.3 megapixel camera could only capture video in 480p resolution at 20fps.

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Now the company has announced the new N-Strike Modulus Battlescout ICS-10 which features a removable camera capable of shooting in 720p.

With the option to take the camera off, users will now be able to use it on other tac rail-equipped Nerf blasters.

The ICS-10 also uses a 10-shot internal clip and operates using a manual ‘springer’ feature so videos won’t be drowned out by any electronic whirring sounds.

That also means the blaster itself doesn’t require batteries, although the camera will need four AAAs to run.

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Hasbro, the company behind Nerf, has said the new blaster will cost $69.99 when it’s released in the US this Autumn.

That works out to around £50, although there’s been no official word on a release outside the US yet.

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