While not as rugged as its competition, the ContourHD features video quality and user-friendliness that is far better than any other helmet cam that we've tested.
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That's a huge savings on this popular POV camera, which features GPS, Wi-Fi and NFC.
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With built-in Wi-Fi and a 2-inch LCD, this little 1080p HD POV camera gives you a couple ways to view your adventures.
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