Wakatuki wrote:Getting tempted for a Garmin VIRB,
Battery life ,Out the box waterproof,Easy to start.
But then again, a Drift with long life battery replacement and a rotational lense and all the above is mighty tempting too.
I use a Drift HD Ghost. Audio isn't the best for obvious reasons but its still a great camera. If audio is important just connect a mic. The rotatable lens is bloody brilliant as you can set the camera up on any position and then just turn the lens to get a level view. Swapping batteries is pretty simple and there is great battery life. IF you want you could buy the external accessory pack to recharge your GPS, iphone and camera while riding. If you own a full face helmet you can use the goggle mount.
The camera is attached to the fork and you can see the mount and setup in the chest camera. I had the waterproofing/hardcase attached aswell due to being on the mtb.