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Kathryn, you should be able to find a decent bladder at "http://www.backcountry.com/store/group/100000444/Water-Reservoirs.html" (sorry, you'll have to copy and paste the part inside the "").

I prefer the CameBak line as they've been the most durable for me, however, you might want to check out the Platypus offerings as well -- they're easier to fill and have cool detachable hoses and such.

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This camera is awesome. It's lightweight enough that when mounted to the elastic band on my ski goggles, I don't even know it's there! The video recording quality is incredible in just about all lighting conditions. The wide lens ensures that you capture a large portion of your eye's natural field of view. The LCD screen is great for reviewing your footage in the field or on the ski lift and fits easily in a jacket pocket. The user interface is super easy to use. Also, battery life in this camera is actually super impressive -- I was using it on a 10-degree, overcast day and all I used were 4 AA rechargeable batteries. Oh, did I mention that it's super rugged too? I brushed a few tree branches while filming and it didn't even affect the video or the camera itself. This thing rocks.

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