My 2011 passion when not working is road cycling (and some mountain biking), so I’m on the lookout for a lightweight high-quality video camera that I can conveniently carry and mount on my helmet or handlebar, etc.
While most point and shoot cameras offer high quality video these days, very few are resistant to the elements and mounting one on a helmet can be awkward.
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