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icolastru
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Jul-24-08, 08:28 AM (pst)
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"Snowboard Cameras - what do you recommend"
 
   quality VS price
What are the best snowboard cameras ?


I have a deal for a Canon HV20. What do you say ?


Thanks a lot , guys.
Looking forward hearing from you.


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PowderRidr798
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Dec-15-08, 00:21 AM (pst)
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1. "RE: Snowboard Cameras - what do you recommend"
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   i recommend the VholdR. I took a chance on this camera a few weeks ago and I'm happy that I spent the money.. although it's a bit pricier than some of the other helmet cams, you are really getting nice footage (640x480, 30 fps). On top of that, it's totally self contained and wireless, so you don't have to deal with any external pieces that can get ruined when you take a spill. It's also built to withstand any weather condition, snow included! it also has dual lasers that shoot out when you mount it so you can make sure you're shooting at the right angle every time.

Check out some video we took recently:
http://www.vholdr.com/video/mammoth-park-run

Also, I just came across the vholdr on amazon.com and it is currently on sale for $299... usually it runs for $350 so it's a good deal!

http://www.amazon.com/VholdR-1102-Wearable-Camcorder-Black/dp/B0019Y8AAI/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1229310086&sr=8-1


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