[ Background music ] >> Molly Wood: Hi I'm Molly Wood from CNET here at CES 2010 and I have got a first look at a camera that is great for the budding action hero in fact it is called the Go Pro HD Hero. Now when you buy it it costs $299 and you get this very compact little HD video camera. It also takes 5 megapixel stills and it takes still about every 2-3 seconds as your shooting video so you're getting action from pretty much every direction and I do mean every direction. When you buy the kit you get a waterproof case that's good up to 180 meters deep. You get a suction cup so that you can mount it on your car or various other areas and then you can also buy all kinds of add ons so that you can strap it to your chest, to a helmet, to the side of a helmet, to your wrist. You can really use this to take video from just about every angle. Now like I said it costs $299 which is a little bit expensive but when you consider all that you're going to put this through seems like kind of a good deal, if you're a tough guy. At CES 2010 I'm Molly Wood for CNET.com.
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