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Old 12-19-2011, 11:20 AM
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I just saw that these cameras are on a pretty good sale at crutchfield.com. They are $159.99 and you get a case and a long life battery free. I just ordered one and wanted to pass on the find !
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I ordered one from b and h as well, same price after seeing my buddies in action. The pic/vid quality is awesome and love the remote control.
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IMO this is the way to go. The GO Pro is a pain in the *** to hit the record button on the top of your helmet. Plus, it looks kinda goofy if you ask me. The Stealth just looks cooler on the Helmet and you can hit the record button right on your handle bars.

Oh; and it's considerably cheaper than the Go Suck... I mean Pro..


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thats cool if all you like is helmet cam shots. It might be nice to have that for your helmet and gopro for everywhere else,you can mount them all over,thats the selling point to me..
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You can mount a Stealth cam wherever you can think of!

3 or 4 mounting options come with it and all you have to do is be a little creative and you'll find a way to mount it however you like.
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You can mount a Stealth cam wherever you can think of!

3 or 4 mounting options come with it and all you have to do is be a little creative and you'll find a way to mount it however you like.
And you can link all of your HD170 Drifts to one remote.
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I just bought one too. Check out ram-mount.com for mounting options. Just look under camera\contour I get part numbers there, then buy at gpscity.com
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And you can link all of your HD170 Drifts to one remote.
Yes, up to 3 max I believe, if I read in the instructions correctly. Don't know why it would be limited, but thought I read that. Very very cool feature, aside of the remote alone!! Remote fits nicely right over the handle bar pad on my Pro
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I got my Drift yesterday. I tried it out today by strapping in on my Pointing lab and doing some training drills. Seems to work well. But is there any other software anyone recommends to view the MOV files beside dumb Quicktime?

Also, what is a good editing software?
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I got my Drift yesterday. I tried it out today by strapping in on my Pointing lab and doing some training drills. Seems to work well. But is there any other software anyone recommends to view the MOV files beside dumb Quicktime?

Also, what is a good editing software?

Download the newest version of Windows Media Player, on my computer it plays though windows media player.

I use Sony Vegas HD editing software, it works really good, but is hard to use at first, but it shows you how to do everything if you need help!!

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