Contour+ Helmet CamThe Contour+ helmet cam is one of the bulkiest in this lineup. It’s basically an upgrade from the Contour which-in itself-is a highly capable little machine. So what do you get for the near $500 price tag?
One of the coolest features is the Bluetooth compatibility. You can use this feature to sync your helmet camera to a smartphone (Android is coming soon but there’s an IOs app in the App store already) and turn your device into a mobile viewfinder, so you can always line up the perfect shot. I wouldn’t recommend doing so while riding a bicycle through Manhattan streets however.
To get your lovely digital creations off the camcorder, there are a variety of methods available. Of course, the built-in SD card slot means you can just remove the memory and go from there, but this camera also has a built-in HDMI port so you can send that data to any HD TV or compatible computer. Heck, the company even throws in an HDMI cord “saving” you $20-$50.