One thing hasn’t changed a bit since we were knee-high to Shaq: when it comes to the glee of perfectly safe shoot-’em-up warfare, it is still Nerf or nothin’. Gotta give today’s kids this, we damn sure didn’t have anything close to the Nerf N-Strike Modulus Battlescout ICS-10, a stylish mid-sized blaster with a revamped removable HD camera that captures action in very pretty 720p resolution.
The Battlescout’s Modulus camera resolution improve dramatically on the N-Strike Elite Nerf Cam ECS-12’s disappointing 480p HD with notably lackluster audio quality marred by the whirring blaster. This second go at the freedom to record and share photos and videos of high-energy battles doesn’t even need 4K to provide surprisingly excellent footage while being complete removable for integration with any tac rail-equipped Nerf blaster one chooses. The non-flywheel blaster’s new mount leaves no motor noise to drown out the audio, and at $10 less than its predecessor’s $80 price point.
Social media appeal aside, the 10-dart Battlescout also returns Nerf’s integrated clip system (ICS) following a departure since the era of the Nerf Dart Tag. No need to carry a handful of clumsy detachable clips and deal with clumsy reload pauses. This ICS finds a middle ground between reloading every shot or every other firing and fumbling with lots of additional ammo.
No “springers” needed, either. The Nerf N-Strike Modulus Battlescout ICS-10 is completely battery-free. No batteries means less overall weight, no sweating mid-battle replacements, and longer, freer shooting. Of course, the MODULUS camera will still require four AAA batteries to document your swiftest shots and blazes of glory.
Look for the Nerf N-Strike Modulus Battlescout ICS-10 in stores this coming fall.
Source – About