Extreme sports enthusiasts have come up with some clever ways to film their gnarliest shred sessions, and this video head helmet takes the cake. Even though camera equipment is getting more and more compact, there have been surprisingly few options when it comes to capturing a great POV shot that won’t damage your expensive hardware—until now.
Set to debut this spring, the Video Head helmet’s built-in video recording system takes a revolutionary step in extreme sports film production, and head protection for that matter. By embedding a camera lens and all of its electronic fixings inside this common looking helmet, Video Head saves you the frustration of figuring out how to craftily mount your camera equipment on your head and also ensures that your delicate hardware won’t get mangled during a failed trick or stunt.
With easy to reach controls on the side of the helmet, a built-in microphone and affordable models capable of up to 60fps and 1080p output, the Video Head helmet puts your head in the future.
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