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The 'Must Have" item for 2010

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 All for $145.  Judging by price, must be a lousy camera paired with lousy goggles.  But a neat gadget indeed.
  
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 All for $145.  Judging by price, must be a lousy camera paired with lousy goggles.  But a neat gadget indeed.
  
Fair guess. Would be cool if there was some sort of anti virbation/stabilization rig on them - or better yet - on my skis. That I would pay money for.
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That's an awesome idea!!! Although the goggles themselves are kinda weird looking...
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Fair guess. Would be cool if there was some sort of anti virbation/stabilization rig on them - or better yet - on my skis. That I would pay money for.

 

That would be awesome to mount it to your skis.  Would be some amazing video on big powder days. 
Had to, sorry.
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As for goggles, having different lens options would be a plus.  As for a camera, a bluetooth or usb cable connection to a small hard drive would really ROCK.  Then you could record for a couple of hours.  That would be more like $1045.00 instead of $145.00 though.

I remember when I was a little kid a relative from Oklahoma sent me a plastic "ski speedometer" for Christmas one year. I have no idea where she got it and I've never seen another like it.   It was a plastic tube with a spring and baffle inside and a little ticker along the tube that showed how far the baffle got blown in to the tube against the resistance of the spring (shown as MPH).  It was a neat little gadget.  it wasn't accurate, it broke the first time I bumped in to a door frame with it strapped on my arm, but it was fun for a couple of hours.
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 A friend of mine got this for 200 bucks on amazon. Thought it was kind of silly, but actually works great and has excellent picture quality. Stores on a micro sd card, so capable of hours of recording time.

http://www.vholdr.com/
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