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4 years ago

What was the latest in helmet camera technology at the time, we head back to Transmoto Issue 2 (July 2010) and look at the range of helmet cameras on the market. Since then, two manufactures have become stand outs; GoPro and Contour. GoPro have released their second generation camera, an LCD backing, 3D capabilities and longer lasting battery. While Contour have covered all the bases with a premium profession model, the Contour+, a GPS version and the basic waterproof model. See what they were and just how far they’ve come over the last two years.

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