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GoPro HD Hero Helmet

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Overall 10

Expert Review

8 April 2012
  • Excerpt: I bought this in the fall last year to add some footage to some mountain bike runs I was doing, also to get some video to convert to DVD while on my bike trainer at home. What I've found is that this camera is so versatile that it works perfectly for most all outdoor activities. I use the chest strap mount in lieu of the helmet mount, which still gives hands free operation. A lot of the time I forget the camera is there.
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Overall 10

Expert Review

30 September 2011
  • Conclusion: Ideal for fans of extreme sports of any ilk – and shoots HD in the most challenging of conditions with ease.
  • Pros: Shooting at full HD 1080p the camera gives an angle of view of 127°. Although this is less than either the Contour HD or the X170, drop down to 720p and the angle increases to 170°. Like filming, a lot? Well the downside of HD is that the file sizes get fat quickly. That’s not a problem with the Helmet Hero as it can take up to 32GB SD cards. That’s enough for nearly four and half hours of footage, even at full HD 1080p. The Helmet Hero comes with a removable polycarb...
  • Cons: The Helmet Hero comes with a head-torch style fixing mount for your lid, a strap designed for vented cycle helmets, a selection of adhesive mounting pads and a pivoting side-arm. There are also a number of other mounts that can be bought so the camera can be fixed onto mountain bikes, cars or surfboards. While this is an impressive array of fittings, it's a chunky piece of kit that might not be to everyone's style.
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Overall 8

GoPro HD Helmet Hero review

23 February 2010
  • Summary: Ideal for extreme sports fans, whether you love to board or climb
  • Pros: Works in extreme conditions, 1080p filming, slow-mo
  • Cons: Chunky and not pretty
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Overall 8

Helm-Kamera HD Helmet Hero von GoPro im Test

4 June 2010
  • Summary: Bei der Ausübung von Sportarten wie Surfen, Skifahren, Mountain-Biking oder Moto Cross lässt sich nebenbei kaum ein handelsüblicher Camcorder bedienen. Mit der HD Helmet Hero liefert GoPro genau für diesen Einsatzzweck eine interessante Alternative. Wir haben das Gerät beim Skifahren getestet.
  • Pros: Aufnahme von 60 fps bei 1280 mal 720p (r3) und 16 MBit/s, Gutes Sichtfeld bei Aufnahme im Modus r4 mit 1280 mal 960p und 30fps, optimale Halterungsklips für Helme im Lieferumfang
  • Cons: keine Bildstabilisation, Ein-/Ausschalten lässt sich leicht verwechseln, kein LCD-Display
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