GoPro HD Helmet Hero Cam – after all, life is an adventure


They say that life is an adventure, after all, this roller coaster ride does have its fair share of ups, downs and plateaus. What are you supposed to do with those moments then? Why not record it down in a digital format for posterity’s sake? After all, storage space has surely gotten extremely cheap these days, so it makes digital archiving of your memories a snap.

For those who lead a particularly active lifestyle by wrestling with bears or swimming with the sharks, you might as well make sure you immortalize every moment that you’re alive with the GoPro HD Helmet Hero Cam. Of course, this $299.99 purchase is also good for capturing less adrenaline rushing moments like skateboarding downhill, parasailing, or bungee jumping among others. More on the GoPro HD Helmet Hero Cam in the extended post.

GoPro’s HD Helmet Hero is touted to be the world’s highest performance wearable 1080p HD video and still photo camera. It delivers professional quality 1080p/960p/720p HD resolutions record at 30 and 60 frames per second (60 fps in 720p). A single charge ought to be enough to record up to 2.5 hours of non-stop action, and just in case you’re wondering how much space its footage takes, a 32GB SDHC memory card can store up to 9 hours.

HD video isn’t all it does, as this digital action sports helmet cam is also adept at shooting 5-megapixel stills at 2/5/10/30 or 60 second intervals. All you need to do is press the shutter button once and you’re good to go. A headlamp style head strap makes it easy to share the Hero with your friends in a jiffy, while a lace-through strap-mount caters for vented helmets, with a couple of curved and two flat adhesive mounts for attaching to gear, vehicles or whatever else moves you. The question now is, how hardcore are you willing to get to maximize the GoPro HD Helmet Hero Cam?

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