Contour GPS Video Camera

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MSRP : $299.99

Product Description

Contour GPS 1080P CamcorderThe built-in GPS receiverTracks location with pinpoint accuracy so users are ableTo capture location, speed, and altitude while recording in beautiful hands free HD. Utilizes a 135 degree, wide-angle, rotating lensThat delivers a high quality image Captures allThe action with minimal distortion and no fish-eye Several different camera settings: 3 resolutions, 2 frame rates, or a still photo mode Built-in omni-directional microphone capturesThe rich sounds ofThe

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