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post #21 of 46 (permalink) Old 08-15-2011, 09:48 AM
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So how soon will the hard case underwater housing be out? i want the drift, but don't want to buy unless there is a hard underwater housing. Also, any idea how deep it can go?
not sure how set you are on the drift but if being water proof is big on your list the gopro comes with a case that can go up to 60 meters. you can also buy a lcd screen for it and still be a little less then the drift


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I have a go pro, but I am set on getting a drift due to the external mic input.
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Other than the option of an extended battery, wouldn't the Drift HD be a better camera than the stealth? Appears the same, only with higher features (More 9 vs 5 MP camera) better view (170) at 1080 etc.

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Would like to see footage taken while snowboarding.... And the camera mounted to a goggle strap that's around a beanie and not a helmet.... The videos I'm seeing seem to take a lot of the shake out, but I really want to see it on some goggles around a beanie and not a solid helmet

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Would like to see footage taken while snowboarding.... And the camera mounted to a goggle strap that's around a beanie and not a helmet.... The videos I'm seeing seem to take a lot of the shake out, but I really want to see it on some goggles around a beanie and not a solid helmet
I'll post a skateboard edit I have on deck to produce. We used a head strap and the new Goggle mount and it rocked.


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A skateboard view will be a bit better I suppose.

Still really looking for a google strap view while using a beanie. Always seems to be the absolutely hardest to get a steady shot that way... Ugh

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You just have the wear the strap tight! I was mounting my Drift using the goggle attachment and the video came out fine. I have no reason to believe that the head strap wouldn't.
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With your helmet?

I wear my strap as tight as I can without making everything above my eyes go purple and fall off haha

Maybe the strap attachment on my last camera just sucked, I dunno. That's why I'd love some footage with their attachment

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Yeah, with my helmet. So there is that difference. I know that shapely noodle of yours is more dainty. Still, I think you can pull it off if you want, or you could rock a helmet. Wouldn't be bad to protect that noggin' of yours either.

Video shot with goggle strap for you.

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The vid looks great.

I actually own a rad custom painted helmet but it throws off my mojo. I need to get used to it

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