Non HD, but some of the features look interesting........

http://www.bicycletimesmag.com/conte...-camera-cateye

INOU

The market for bicycle and helmet-mounted video cameras is becoming increasingly crowded. What does one to set themselves apart from the field? Take a new approach to video. Cat Eye’s INOU, named for the first explorer to map the entire coastline of Japan, is a GPS-enabled camera/video camera. Cat Eye coined the term “socially-enabled GPS” to describe how they seem the INOU fitting into the marketplace. The $250 INOU does not shoot in HD but it does allow users to quickly upload their videos to social networking sites as well as to www.inouatlas.com where users can view and share ride experiences around the globe.

Features

PC and Mac Compatible
1 GB Micro SD memory card included (Will supporting up to 32GB)
Water Resistant Design
FlexTight and Helmet/Universal brackets included
6.5 hrs. runtime with GPS logging
6 hrs with GPS logging + auto photo recording (1’ intervals)
2.5 hrs with GPS logging + video recording
Geo-tagged maps on the INOUAtlas Website
Share maps, photos, and videos with Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube

Functions

Auto GPS-Data Logging Every 5 Seconds
Auto (1’, 2’, 5’, 10’) Photo Recording
Manual Photo Recording
640x480 30/15fps Video Recording
Manual video recording compatible with YouTube
Compatible with Google Maps
Upgradeable firmware
Distance calibration with CatEye analog wireless speed sensor*
*Strada wireless, Micro wireless, Urban wireless, Vectra wireless