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What To Consider When Choosing a Helmet Camera

Helmet cameras are very useful in a wide variety of situations, but the type of camera you purchase will depend on what type of activities you want to video. When choosing a helmet camera, think about several factors which could help you make your final decision.
The sound of the wind rushing past the camera isn’t a pleasant noise when you’re watching the video with your friends and family. A bad quality camera will only maximise the loud noise which is made by the wind. If you’re hoping to video yourself participating in sports and activities such as bike riding, it may be worth buying a camera which is of much better quality than average. A top quality camera will minimize the noise of the wind as much as possible.
The size of the helmet camera is very important for a lot of people. Remember that the camera will be attached to your helmet, so you don’t want it to be too heavy, especially if you’re doing something very physical whilst using it. Bear in mind the shape of the camera as well, and make sure it fits your helmet and feels comfortable on you before buying and using it.
Make sure that the camera will be protected to some degree in the case of a fall or crash. Your camera will be one of the first things to get damaged if you fall over, and this can be a disaster if you’ve spent lots of money on it. If it’s something that you’re going to use often, seriously consider buying something of a higher quality, as it’s worth paying a little extra for good protection and quality rather than paying a bit less and getting a camera that you have to replace after a short while.

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