Your Ticket To Fame - With Air Pro
Actually that is three tickets. One is for 15 seconds of fame and one is for 3 hours in the E.R. and one is for another 2 weeks in the Orthopaedic ward.
You see these are those sort of cameras. You saw the '60 Minutes' report on on of their competitors - the Go Pro camera - and you rushed up in regiments to purchase it - so much so that it sold out. It was a media coup for one company but really the television company should have mentioned that there are a number of other makers of the same sort of thing; the camera that can be clipped onto a moving object to record the moment when it meets a stationary object. In glorious HD video, colour, sound, and bad language.
The ion Air Pro - in this case the Air Pro Plus kit comes with any number of temptations to disaster. Helmet mount kit - bike mount kit adhesive mounts, etc. There are kits designed to be fastened to surfboards, kayaks, and manned torpedos. Should you wish to attack the TIRPITZ in Lofoten Fjiord you can do so and replay it at home in the lounge. You can fasten the thing to the wall of the reception centre at a wedding and capture the reception punch by punch. Your only limit is your imagination, and several Commonwealth laws.
It is a sturdy camera, and seems a little more organised than its rival. he housing is in itself well waterproof and the operational buttons for single still shot or starting the video are up on top in an intuitive position. I cannot say if the streamlined shape of the housing is better for an active user but it looks as if it would take less skin off the operator during the crash.
There was also another thing that we noted for the users of the Wifi-equipped model; they could send an initial signal to their iPad to see what the camera was seeing before they tightened the bike or helmet mount - thus getting the view they wanted before setting off.
In store right now and you can watch the video of the cameras in action as well.