This looks interesting and reasonably priced:
http://www.adventurecamshq.com.au/shop/ ... a699188894
Wireless, hands-free digital recording, no longer do you need expensive and bulky video-cameras with wires running everywhere. The atc3k is a completely self contained unit making it unique, this truly is a wireless hands-free helmet cam
v Now capable of taking a 4Gb SD card - Giving you a massive 2 hours of filming at 640 x 480 resolution (may vary depending on type of SD card)
v Not only is the ATC3K a helmet cam It can also be used as a web cam and even comes with an easy to use stand for setting up as a web cam (includes software for set up)
v Now with a wider field of view giving you 48 degrees
v You can now use your ATC3k as viewfinder this feature enables you to set up your cam then plug it into your PMP (ie, MP4player) and check what your filming. No more going home to find youâ€™ve only got footage of the ground or sky
v Waterproof to 3 metres, shock resistant for extreme conditions
v Records in colour with sound
v Three selectable resolutions, high resolution 640 x 480(least storage aprox 2.5hrs), medium resolution 320 x 240,
lowest resolution 160 x 120 (most storage aprox 16 hrs)
v 32mb built in memory and SD card slot for expansion
v TV cable for instant replay on the big screen & USB cables for easy uploads to your computer making it easy to edit your footage using free software programs such as windows movie maker.
v Mounts easily on helmets, bikes and a wide array of sports equipment
v Operates with 2 AA batteries (included)
With the standard 32mb internal memory you will get about 1 minute of video at the very highest resolution (1min/10mb) With the 4GB SD memory card (not included) you will get approximately 2 hours
Another site - helmetcameracentral is worth a look.
Has anyone used Helmet Hero?
As a motorcyclist I like the idea of being able to use it for that purpose as well as the AI. The best times I have had on the AI certainly don't allow you to hold a video camera.
If I go with the first option I guess I will still need to have a waterproof still camera - but I think I already have that issue covered.