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If this has a CMOS sensor(which it almost certainly does after looking at the video posted) this is definitely something you don't want to mount directly to the handlebars of anything. Due to the scrolling-capture of a CMOS sensor, you will get a very strange wobbly, nausea-inducing effect to your video.
Though it's not very noticeable in the video posted above, you may want to search youtube for "CMOS vs CCD" before buying one of these.
I don't really understand why "action" camera manufacturers continue to use CMOS sensors, vibration makes some of the videos almost unwatchable. Even the GoPro cameras are prone to this. Not "Pro" by any means.
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I'll just add this: You will get what you pay for. I recently wooted on the Swann camera, and promptly returned it. If you're looking for the first person awesomeness, in so many more environments, with so much better operation and accessories, just save some money. Keep saving, a little more.. keep going, almost there. Okay, now go buy a Go Pro Hero2. It's worth it, undoubtably. I can't wait to get my first real test in next weekend mountain bike riding.
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