Dang that is cool people won't even notice that those ski goggles have an embedded HD camera,i didn't notice when i first saw the picture until i started reading.For those who like to ski here is what you were looking for.
some say this is not really that cool, Shaun White says otherwise.
Heads up people! These guys are way behind in the technology race. Liquid Image came out with this years ago and recently unveiled their newest Snow Goggles at CES. The 'APEX' and its predecessor, the “SUMMIT” has a 1080p and 720p video camera built it, plus it takes 12 MP still photos. The ‘APEX’ is wireless and GPS enabled, comes with a 4 GB Micro SD Card and is expandable to 32 MB. The ‘SUMMIT’ is priced at only $249.99 and far exceeds the ion’s technology…………..and it’s already on the market! By the time the ion is ready [with its little 8 mp camera] in 2013, The APEX [with a 12 MP Camera, WIRELESS, GPS, 1080p video and 720p at 60fps] will already be in the stores and on line for the same price – Better Technology for less? You better believe it! Check it out at www.LiquidImageCo.com Plus, there is a rumor that Liquid Image will release a video goggle later this year with a heads up display! The ion is clearly a poorly executed knock-off.
I've never been a fan of the helmet camera craze so this is pretty intriguing. I just can't take anyone seriously when a camera is hanging out there off their head. My buddies and I have been talking about this for a while and no one is surprised it's coming from Zeal.
I like the GoPro Hero-2 and Hero-3 cameras.
Check this movie out. It's a world record Pike's Peak run,.................it's very intense.
All of it was recorded on GoPro Hero-2 cameras.
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