This article originally appeared on Mtbr.com.
Point-of-view (POV) cameras are hot. They aren’t just a specialty item for extreme sports athletes anymore. Indeed, they’re everywhere – including on bikes. Mount one on your helmet and show off you’re favorite singletrack. Attach one to the back of your seatpost, and show the world how you rode away from the competition at a local cyclocross race. Or even clip one to your road bike’s handlebars, and provide that bird’s eye view of Alpe d’Huez or your favorite neighborhood climb.
Just as the number of uses has grown, so have the POV camera options. GoPro, Contour, Sony, JVC and Drift are all making POV models. But how do you know which camera is the best? Read on and find out.
Go to the next page to watch the POV camera comparison video, or use the navigation below to check out information on the cameras or go straight to the conclusion: