What helmet cam would you recommend upto £200?
contour HD or VHoldr (non HD version) is discontinued so can be picked up cheaper
Veho Muvi Mini for £50 at Tescos with free sports pack is unbeatable in size and quality for the price (but not waterproof)
Films from both (Muvi and VHoldr)are on my pages here – http://vimeo.com/user2099725Posted 8 years agoJolly Green GiantMember
Have a read of this:http://www.bikeradar.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=12666507Posted 8 years agomilkherdMember
For an extra £100 on your budget you can get the GoPro Hero HD which results in full HD picture quality on your tv. Sample video from yesterday here:
I'm generally very impressed with it. Just a thought incase you would consider spending more!Posted 8 years ago
Here you go Slider, and its now a tenner cheaper! (out of stock though!)
Beware the cheap ebay ones I have read alot of mixed sories and seems pot luck on if you get a good Muvi unbranded copy or a cheaper plastic cased version
and at the tesco price with free action kit (normally about £35) (which you will ideally need for mounting options) its probably a similar price anyway
Check my Cannock vids for the quality and see how it compares to the VholdrPosted 8 years ago
The muvi is with the stock SD card in it,which is apparently quite a poor performer on recording speeds, a class 4 or 6 card will improve things further, also the vids are uploaded at not a huge file size (my old computer cant handle it too well) and compressed so could easily get better resultscoastkidMember
tachyon 2010 xc around £180 at http://www.thepictureexchange.co.ukPosted 8 years ago
they take up to 32G cards,i have 16G cards which give 4 hours film at best quality,16 at lowest, they take stills and timelapse..3 days on a 16G card.. very very robust..i dropped one at 70 mph on my motorbike and it bounced down the road..switched off but still worked!..i killed a go pro but there good too but unless you want an HD one id go for the tachyon..its the lesser knowen underdog in helmet cameras but i think there really good value..oh i filmed at -9 C too with lithium batteries for 4 hours no probs 2 weeks ago..
and you can use vista`s movie maker no probs with them..
heres some of my films to check the quality…
some icy but fun singletrack…
beachride in midwinter low sun..
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