- helmet cams
Go Pro Hero Wide are really popular.
I had an ATC2K – It was useless so returned it. I’ll be getting one of the new VholdR Contour HD cameras.
The footage quality is close to a PoV for half the money. No screeen though, but it does have lasers to line it up unlike those crappy oregons.
Downhill vid from sea otter here, with a lot of others on the site including a comparison to the other main competitors.
No I don’t work for them, but have been doing my research 🙂Posted 8 years agoSkippySubscriber
I have tried a few of these, firstly tried the Tony Hawk one and wasn’t too impressed with it. Vholdr is good, v. robust and better quality recording but will be selling mine soon as I have found a better solution, mini DV with a bullet camera. The wires are a bit of a hassle compared to the Vholdr, however the ability to view what you have filmed is useful.Posted 8 years agoGolfChickMember
I bought a gopro hero wide a few weeks back for our trip to the Alps in July, been out testing it since and im very impressed with the quality of the footage and the versatility of it.
Not the most exciting or hardcore video but heres an example of the quality….Posted 8 years ago
GoPro Hero Wide at Llandeglapiedi di formaggioSubscriber
GoPro Hero Wide here.
Love the fact that you can get lots of different mounts for it, which opens up possibilites for lots of interesting angles
Here is an example using the Chest mount and the Ride mount. The Ride mount was mounted on the seatpost for some of the footage and a chainstay as well.
The mounts are absolutely rock solid – as you can seePosted 8 years agoAlex_cMember
I just recently got the VholdR ContourHD and have got to say it is amazing. The quality is so crisp, it’s so much better than the normal cameras and it’s so light too. It’s really easy to attach to your helmet for simple hands-free recording and it’s wire-free too.
It’s great – I’d definitely recommend it!!Posted 8 years ago
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