Summary: This thing is good starter camera if you don't plan to use a lot of action shots. Battery life is pretty short, the sound is really bad, and visual quality is under par. I took it to the lake with my girlfriend and tried going underwater with it.
Summary: I've downloaded the massive k-lite codec packs for both 32 bit and 64 bit and I can't get my video editing programs to let me play with this file type. I have to use a video capture card to get the video on to my computer in a usable format. Mono sound.
Summary: this cam is so easy and simple to use and if you cant then a box of rocks is smarter . the buttons are kinda stiff but its watter proof up to 10 ft so it has to be that way . 4 GB card will give you 2 hrs of record time .
Summary: The quality is what you'd expect from something of this caliber. It does feel solid and tough but the mounting is a pain in the neck and very limited. When mounted on my helmet when I go mountain biking, all I can see are trees.
Summary: I received this as a gift and, after a few uses, I will be returning it. Lets see, where to start? The negative reviews above are correct in pointing out mounting problems, but it depends on how you use it.
Summary: For the price (about $80) the video quality is okay. With a 2GB SD card which you can get for less than $20 you get 1 hour of video at 640x480 and 30fps, or over 3 hours of video at the next lower resolution at 15 FPS. Video was not as smooth as I expected but still ok for the price.
Summary: Not happy at all with the product. The camera sensor came from the factory with dust particles, which you can see clearly on the image. There are at least 5 big speckles and there is no way to clean the sensor (other than sending the unit back). Poor quality control is my guess.
Summary: This is an OK type of camera although I would not term it as ACTION. For anything up to normal push bike speeds it is good but stick it on to a motorbike/car or where the action is rapid then the picture becomes very wavy as it struggles to keep up.