Conclusion: I want to expeirment a little with videos, but I don't want to risk my high dollar camera and lose or damage it. This camera is perfect for my needs. I have strapped it on my dog Leroy for real interesting dogs eye view videos.
Pros: Video Quality, Durability, Portability, Features
Summary: I got one of these on clearance for $20. I wouldn't pay much more, you can get the same quality with most real cheap digital cameras. But I am using it as a dog cam, strapping it o the underside of a skateboard, various other ideas and it's pretty cool for that.
Summary: This camera doesnt work correctly, it films during 30 seconds and then stops, for begin again is necesary to remove the batteries and insert it again and then the camera films 30 seconds more.
Summary: This camera is very simple to use and its minimalism is a strength. However the low resolution and frame rate at maximum resolution as well as lack of support for higher capacity SD cards (>1gb) limits it's appeal. Its also useless in low light situations.
Summary: I use it in my motorcycle, and is perfect for this. compact size, I can attach it almost everywhere in my motorcycle body, with a 1 GB SDcadrd there's more than enough time to shoot a trip. And very easy to plug in the tv to review the shoots.
Summary: I got this camera for use on my Yamaha Rhino while off roading. The camera does a good job taking moving video's. It has a fluid motion not a jerky one like I initially thought it would. For the money the camera does a great job.
Summary: I was able to find these locally for 59$. I picked one up to use as a helmet cam for when i go kite buggying (using a parafoil kite to power a 3 wheeled buggy across the land. lots of fun! and a great sport check out windpowersports.com for more info) Anyway, for the price this thing is great.