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6.4 out of 10


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Reviews and Problems with VIO POV 1.5

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Overall 2

Not worth the price

skithebeav, Amazon
31 January 2011
  • Summary: This camera is superior than others in having the lcd screen and small profile camera head, but don't be fooled into purchasing anything from V.I.O. or it may cost you. Price: costs a LOT more than the competitors Accessories: you will need them and WOW will you have to pay top dollar to get them.
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Overall 6

Good camera, many details bad though

Empyreal, Amazon
9 January 2011
  • Summary: I purchased this camera at Amazon and have used it for six months now. I have also used other helmet-mounted video cameras. This camera has a couple features that no other camera system under $500 has, so if you need those features you have to get this camera.
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Overall 10

Easy to use

David Mass., Amazon
8 January 2011
  • Summary: Easy to use. I now own two of these so I can mount one on my helmet and the other one on my snowmobile.
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Overall 10


Tyrant4231, Amazon
25 July 2010
  • Summary: Works awesome, allows me to free my hands up especially when recording tours over seas. It does not take the place of a handheld or a shoulder cam, but it allows for better mounting options. You can be a Warren Miller with this cam.
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Overall 8

Great camera system

J.E.S. "car guy", Amazon
5 February 2010
  • Summary: This is a great camera system. Rugged, very good quality video. Good battery life. Lots of mounting options. I wash there was a recording indicator on the remote.
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Overall 10

Excellent Product Great Video

Kirk Boston "I'm Just Sayin...", Amazon
28 December 2009
  • Summary: Love the rugged unit. Very easy to use. Love the loop mode so I don't have to record all day, just tag the good stuff. The wireless remote is the only detractor. You have to have it close to the unit so if you have the main unit in your backpack you have to get your wrist close to it in order to tag...
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