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Contour leads the way with full HD and GPS capable wearable video recorder.
Contour, makers of lightweight wearable video recorders, leads the market with their new ContourHD 1080p. At only 5.1 ounces it incorporates laser sighting and built in GPS.
Developed in 2003 by two college students, the idea of capturing their adventures drove them to develop an alternative to the standard camcorder. This resulted in the first CMOS sensor based helmet camera powered by a 9-volt battery pack.
Later designs incorporated the ability to record to a microSD card, a single button to record, lasers for alignment, a click to share online experience, and an online international adventure sports community.
With their latest offering, the ContourHD 1080p, the company has upped the ante in the world of wearable cameras again. This time the new recorder includes many of the developments of the past designs but now captures video in full 1080p High Definition. Along with the increase in resolution is a wide angle lens capturing the action for a full 135 degrees and an integrated GPS.
The new GPS feature provides real-time data while shooting in full 1080p High Definition. To compliment this new ability Contour has launched an online location-based community which allows users to share videos, track adventures, and share new places.
Surely with these new features and Contour's reputation among thrill seekers, the ContourHD 1080p is bound to be a standard bearer within the industry.
For more information please visit http://contourhd1080preview.com