Gobandit HD camcorder with GPS for extreme athletes

by Justin on February 17, 2010

gobandit camcorder Gobandit HD camcorder with GPS for extreme athletes

Given the amount of running I’m doing lately and my goal of running an extreme ultramarathon sometime in the next 2 years or so, the Gobandit HD digital camcorder is definitely something I’d like to try out. Billed as the “world’s first digital HD action camera”, the Gobandit is targeted at videographers/athletes participating in extreme sports with fast-moving action. The Gobandit can shoot video in SD or HD, the latter maxing out at 720p resolution and 30 frames per second. The gadget can also take still shots in 3 to 5 second intervals at 5 megapixels and save everything in the 2 GB of built-in memory space or on an up-to-32-GB SDHC card. Like many digital cameras and camcorders coming to market in 2010, the Gobandit also incorporates a GPS chip so that it can record location, altitude, speed, distance and other location-specific variables suitable to the extreme athlete. The waterproof camera will ship in April though it can be pre-ordered now for £299.99 ($473). Check out some demo videos on Vimeo.


  • Alan
    > world’s first digital HD action camera

    First to have integrated GPS perhaps. The Contour HD is already available.
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