Snow goggles with an eye for P.O.V footage.
- Integrated 720p HD video camera also features a five-megapixel still camera capability
- Rechargeable lithium ion battery offers 1.5-2 hours of run time in HD mode, and survives the cold better than standard alkaline batteries
- Camera includes a four-gig SD card and supports up to a 32-gig card (not included) for extended shooting
- Fixed focus glass lens has a f/3.2 aperture for superior low-light performance and clarity
- Package includes USB cable and rocks Windows XP/Vista 7 and Mac OS 10.4 or above compatibility (no software included)
- Goggle uses impact-resistant polycarbonate lens, four-layer foam for comfort, and is compatible with interchangeable lenses for varying light
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3 weeks and many videos later, I'm happy. Dead easy to operate out there, and download/recharge afterwards. Not tested to the extreme, but no problem with durability or goggle performance. Image quality suffers in low light. Good for capturing no-fuss web video.
Got these not having high expectations. Used for the first time today and I am pleasantly surprised! The hardest bit was figuring out how to open the battery compartment. Not well described in the manual when it should have been. Otherwise easy to set up and use, with surprisingly good results. Gee, there's nothing like not having to fiddle with a separate piece of equipment. They fit my small face - many would find them too small. Also, they feel a bit heavy, but that is to be expected. A good buy, which will be well used.
Will this memory card work w/ these goggles?...
Will this memory card work w/ these goggles?
That card should work fine in these goggles!
Great camera, OK goggles
I was pumped to get these, but when I put them on I quickly realized how uncomfortable they were. There is WAY too much foam around the nose cutting off my breathing through said orifice. The other Glaring fault is the lack of a tacky rubber substance on the inside of the strap. These goggles are the KING of frustration when they slip all over your helmet and end up flapping behind you going down the mountain.
So I got some scissors and rubber cement to "fix" the shortcomings of the goggles. The nose part is fine but the rubber cement sadly did not work:(
I did change the lenses out with no problem, they are very easy to change out. I do have a lot of changeable lenses in my life though.
The next thing I am going to try is fitting a new strap or a bunch of rubber bands on my helmet:)
Cool concept but goggles VERY POORLY made
I bought these for my husband for Xmas. The concept is good, but the goggles themselves are very poorly made. It's really hard to switch out the lens, and once you do, if you're wearing the goggles and then move them up on your head, the lens pops out....it's a real bummer because this was his main Xmas resent....I'm returning them :(
We can't seem to switch out the lenses....
We can't seem to switch out the lenses. Does anyone have any suggestions? HELP!
test footie from Tahoe
These Video Goggles Rock!!
They are really easy to use. You can tell if they are on and if you are recording. Best thing is no camera mounted on my helmet!