Countor hands-free video cameras are extremely popular in the outdoor world – and rightfully so. Their cameras have captured some of the most extreme outdoor shots ever made. Whether you mount it on your helmet when you go mountain biking, or strap one to the landing gear of a plane, these cameras are designed to survive.
Earlier this year, Contour added GPS to their lineup, and they are using the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show to launch the Bluetooth enabled CountourGPS camera.
Bluetooth access inside the ContourGPS is not just a gimmick – the wireless connection can acutally be used to turn your iOS or Android device into a mobile viewfinder – a first on any rugged outdoor camera. In addition to this, the mobile app also provides access to a variety of settings on the camera.
The camera retails for $349.99 and is on display at CES booth #35155 and at Countour.com.
Gadling TV’s Travel Talk, episode 4 – Click above to watch video after the jump
Ready to go subterranean? Travel Talk
takes you to Monterey, California this week for a special episode under the sea!
This week we discuss India’s Festival of Colors, the United States’ new Travel Promotion Act, frozen ferries in the Baltic Sea, and a pilot who managed to fool authorities and fly commercial planes unlicensed for 13 years! Also, we speak exclusively with cargo pilot & Video of the Week contributor Matt Wright!
Bruce is back to show you how to stay fit on the go; Sheila brings us a new segment on dating practices from around the world, and we take a look at California sea life from above and below the water.
If you have any questions or comments about Travel Talk, you can email us at talk AT gadling DOT com.
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Hosts: Stephen Greenwood, Aaron Murphy-Crews, Drew Mylrea
Special guest: Bruce!, Jim Covel, & Sheila.
Produced, Edited, and Directed by: Stephen Greenwood, Aaron Murphy-Crews, Drew Mylrea
Special thanks: Monterey Bay Aquarium!
Poll of the Week!
Last week’s results:
Only after we can monitor our congressmen and senators. (39.7%)
Yes – there are too many lives in their hands! (37.9%)
No – it’s an invasion of privacy! (12.1%)
Wait, we can’t already do that on in-flight entertainment? (8.6%)