Summary: this is a really good cam when you connect it to your tv to watch what you recorded it looks pretty bad but when connected to a laptop or computer it looks like it has HD i use it to go paintball and it holds up pretty good but i woudnt use it as a helmet cam it wobbles to much when you run.
Summary: After reading a number of the negative customer reviews, I felt compelled to add some positive light to this camera given my overall positive experience. I've been using the camera in the pool to film my swim stroke underwater and also out in the ocean when I paddleboard.
Summary: I purchased what appeared to be the simplest and most inexpensive Video Cam for my fishing outings in my kayak. The fact that I could attach the Cam to my hat, paddle with both hands and replace the "one that got away story" with "the one that got away video" was a great advantage.
Summary: Here's a small 1min clip shot at 640x480 with the audio at the lowest setting (2 different audio settings). Converted to Divix to make the file size smaller for quicker upload. For what it is, it works well.
Summary: This is a low end helmet cam made for those that want to easily capture the activities they enjoy most. The video quality is not stellar, and at times a little grainy as it is not "high speed" processing. However, we use this when out mountain biking, and it shows what we want it too.
Summary: Took this camera skiing last month. My son enjoyed wearing it, and the video we captured is priceless. It survived a good wreck and made for some great memories. The sound quality is poor and had to be set on low to avoid overpowering the mic.
Summary: This is an inexpensive camera that you could use for action sports. I use it on my motorcycle to record and share my rides. I even was able to document a friend's accident (minor) and use it for evidence.
Summary: I got this camera to video my commuting, after becoming sick and tired of stupid drivers doing stupid, unnecessary things that endanger my life. The camera works well, it's solid and easy to use. I mount it to the side of my helmet, so that the camera records what I am looking at.
Summary: Yes there is no viewfinder, yes the buttons are hard to press, yes the waterproof mic makes it sound like you're underwater even when you're not, and yes the quality is not stellar, but, let's be clear, this is an inexpensive waterproof video camera that can take some abuse and keep working.
Summary: The camera arrived packaged with a complement of mounting devices, and a USB cable. The resolution of the pictures is relatively low but still good. Back-lighting throws it for a loop (subject turns out too dark to recognize).