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Tachyon, Inc. and Chinon Corporation join hands.

Lewisville, TX  June 1, 2009 – Tachyon, Inc. is proud to announce its partnership with Chinon Corporation as the exclusive distributor of the Tachyon XC helmet camera in Japan.  Chinon Corporation also agrees to license camera technology to Tachyon, Inc.

Chinon Corporation was established in 1962 in Japan by Mr. Hiroshi Chino as a holding company of Chinon Industries Inc., itself established in 1948 by the same founder.  Chinon began as a manufacturing and marketing company for optical products, such as lens modules, 35mm cameras, movie cameras, and computer peripheral equipment such as disc drives and printers.   Chinon’s long-time partner, Eastman Kodak Company, became Chinon Industries Inc.’s majority shareholder in 1997 and merged Chinon Industries Inc. into the Eastman Kodak group. Chinon Corporation has recently restarted its own marketing activities as the formal successor of CHINON.   Now, in 2009, Chinon Corporation will be the first international distributor for Tachyon, Inc. for  the Tachyon XC helmet camera.

http://www.chinon.co.jp/tachyon/index.htm

Tachyon, Inc. was established in November 2008 as a consumer electronics manufacturer in Lewisville, TX.  In November of 2008, Tachyon Inc. released  the Tachyon XC helmet camera.  In a short span of 6 months, the Tachyon XC has been sold and shipped to over 100 countries across the globe as well a building the reputation as the one of the top helmet cameras in the world.   The XC is the first in its class to use SDHC cards above the 4GB level, and is the only helmet camera in the world that can use up to a 32GB SDHC card.  The camera delivers up to 30 FPS of video, is shockproof and waterproof up to 28 feet, protecting the camera from adverse elements.  Its patented battery cartridge protects the camera from shutting off in rough terrain.  Tachyon, Inc. boasts of its internationally sponsored athletes including the Subaru Rally Team Spain and other athletes from countries around the globe:  USA, Europe, Mexico and the Middle East.

Contact:

John Chase

Sales Director

Tachyon, Inc.

jc@tachyoninc.com

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More Tachyon XC Pictures

Here are some more pictures of the Tachyon XC Extreme Camera in action. If you have any pictures of videos you would like to share, please send them to dm@tachyoninc.com

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Tachyon Pictures and Art

Here are just a few images of the Tachyon XC Extreme Action Cam being used and displayed, the way it was meant to be.

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New Site to be Launched

Hey everyone,

I just thought I’d let you know that Tachyon, Inc. will be launching a brand new website from our current one, in the next few days. The new website will feature new videos connected to our yotube accounts, and will feature more info about the Tachyon XC Extreme Action Cam. Stay tuned for more information as our website is relaunched and our product is officially released!

Tachyon, Inc. – Designed for Action!

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Tachyon XC Extreme Action Cam

Check out the trailer below for our new product, the Tachyon XC Extreme Action Cam; which will be available in Early September. Check it out!

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The Tachyon XC

The Tachyon XC, The Ultimate Action Cam!

The Tachyon XC, The Ultimate Action Cam!

The Tachyon XC – Extreme Helmet Camera is the latest generation video and still camera designed for filming extreme action.

It is extremely rugged and very simple to use, while delivering up to a full 30FPS of VGA video. It comes with a remote control and custom-designed mounting accessories.

It makes use of the common 1, 2, and 4GB SD and SDHC cards, but it is also the only helmet cam on the market that is compatible with the 8GB SDHC card. This can give the user up to 16 hours of video on a single card.

A patented shock-proof battery system eliminates a common problem among other helmet cameras; the loss of power and recorded files caused by the jarring loose of the batteries. This innovation ensures that videos taken in challenging and perhaps impossible-to-repeat situations will not be lost.

And unlike other cameras which need to rely on an external waterproof case, the Tachyon XC’s housing is already waterproof, allowing you to film to a depth of 8 meters (28.5 feet) and protecting the camera from the elements.

Visit http://www.tachyoninc.com for more information and for ordering the ultimate helmet cam!

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