Old 11-11-08, 07:56 PM   #1
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Wearable Camera Advice...

I'm not exactly sure what I'm looking for, but does anybody have any experience using helmet cam's/ goggle camera's? I'm trying to record a demo with some of my buddies and we want the footage to be high quality, but also I would like it to be durable and lightweight. Any thoughts?

How bout the GoPro Helmet Hero, the VholdR wearable Camera, or The Anchor Helmet Cam???

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Old 18-11-08, 10:10 PM   #2
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Thought I would try again and see if anyone has any footage using helmet/ goggle camera's? Let me know!

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Old 15-12-08, 04:27 AM   #3
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hey, i actually own the VholdR and I love it. The setup makes it too easy to use and the video quality is excellent (640x480, 30 fps). You can mount it to your helmet or you can also get a mount to attach it to your goggles, and it's so light (under 5oz) that you can't tell your wearing it. In terms of durability, it's made with aluminum, carbon fiber and rubber so it's tough enough to weather any element or crash that comes its way.... I have friends who went out and got the GoPro and the Oregon Scientific helmet cams and they're all jealous of mine!

Here's a snippet for you to check out:
http://vholdr.com/node/7482
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