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Drift Innovation HD Camera FS. These just as good, if not better than GoPro's IMO. They have a nice LCD screen which is an added bonus when lining up camera. I have two and just need one of them. Have done lots of onboard footage with these cameras and will include several mounts as well. MSRP is $369. Looking for $250.

Camera Specs:

The new compact, durable, easy-to-use Drift HD camera elevates the point of view camera market to a higher level with the most feature-rich, multi-functional, professional helmet camera available to date:

Full HD for creating crystal clear footage.
More compact housing, 4.1 inches and 4.23 oz., 25 percent smaller that its predecessor.
Replaceable lens.
Second rear cover to protect the camera when using an external mic or a USB charger.
A playback LCD screen for lining up shots and the ability to play back the footage right away.
Micro HDMI connector for HDTV playback.
A remote control to enable you to film what you want to record, not the boring stuff in between.
New goggle strap in addition to curved and flat adhesive mounts, paired with a universal clip for multiple mounting options.
Standard 1/4? 20 thread for use with most tripods.
A rotating lens so you can mount the camera at any angle and any position to get that shot you are looking for.
It can take 9 MP photos. Put it in the photo burst mode and you can take pictures every few seconds for as long as your memory card and battery lasts.
You can pair the remote control to your camera or any number of additional cameras.
A digital zoom function so you can get even closer to the action or your friend in front.
A 2.5 microphone input for external microphones.
Night mode so you can record in darker and duskier conditions.
Waterproof case accessory offering.
External power pack accessory offering (20 hrs. record time).
 

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Price dropped to $200. Looking to move.
 

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looks cool not needing one atm. What are you using to edit video?
 

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You can use any video editing software for the most part. I have used iMovie and Final Cut Pro primarily.
 
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