Liquid Image Impact Series Goggle Camera [obs]

Liquid Image Impact Series Goggle Camera [obs]
Liquid Image Impact Series Goggle Camera [obs]

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New jersey
It's ok.

The USB cable that connects to the goggles is a clumsy design. And sometimes doesn't work right away when hooking up to a pc. The products works as intended and give you exactly what you should expect from a camera in your goggles. If that works for you great, I bought these to be a little different than everyone that owns the go pro. But ultimately I think the go pro might be a little better since you get more versatility. These are kinda cool, but just a novelty item.

I will add that when it came to actually taking video and pictures, it worked like it was supposed to. It comes with a few tear away lens that I thought was a pretty good added bonus.

Sierra Nevada Foothills
The only helmet camera that makes sense!

If you ride in the woods then these goggles are the best way to capture video hands down. With the camera located safely behind your visor inside your helmet, there's no way for it to get ripped off your helmet or snagged, pulling you off your bike. The buttons are located on the front of the goggle and easy to use but not too easy, as in branches and debris turning it on and off. If you get hit hard enough in the face to turn off the camera you've got bigger things to worry about. The added weight to the helmet isn't very noticable at first and then you don't notice it at all, unless you have a loose helmet, but if thats the case then you probably need a better fit helmet any way, and its not the goggles fault. With the camera located inside the google itself you might think it would impare your vision but it is almost totally unnoticable, and if you make a point to look up at it you will be able to see the indicator light to make sure it is recording. And yes you can get tear-offs.So for the price, it costs less than a good pair of goggles, and a good camera combined, and it is both of those things.

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