If you want the best no matter what the cost you should become acquainted with the VIO POV 1.5 Helmet as it is real close to perfect. The POV 1.5 Helmet cam comes packed with an extensive feature set and is also one of the most rugged POV Cameras on the planet. The VIO POV has developed an almost cult like following and has established itself as the biggest and badest player in the helmet camera market.

Some of the older style helmet cam recorders on the market force the user to deal with many separate devices for audio, battery power, and video recording which makes them a bear to manage. On the flip side, the VIO POV 1.5 Helmet Cam offers a convenient self contained unit that makes management a snap. It also has large easy to use controls that can be manipulated with gloves on.

The POV 1.5 Helmet Cam is dustproof, and waterproof up to 3 feed all in a unit that weighs less than 1 lb. The VIO uses standard MPEG 4 compression which records at 30 FPS with a resolution of 729 x 480 which is capable of producing some production ready video. The VIO POV 1.5 also includes a ground breaking 98 degree lens that allows you to capture a great field of depth that is not possible with some of the other cameras on the market. The VIO Helmet Cam also includes a remote control for easy hands free control. The VIO POV 1.5 Helmet cam utilizes as special CMOS technology which allows the camera to function with less power than similar unique cameras. The camera uses CMOS technology which allows the POV 1.5 VIO to record and store data with less power consumption than required by non-CMOS digital cameras. With a number of video settings, the camera can record video that is practically the same quality as a DVD.

Out of all the high end helmet cams I have looked at the offer great video and easy to use design the VIO POV 1.5 Helmet Cam stands out above the rest. The camera is easy to use and is rugged enough to stand up to just about anything you can throw at it. If you are unwilling to sacrifice quality to save a couple of bucks you should for sure check out the VIO Helmet Camera.


Source by Christopher Alan Johnson