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Old 03-22-14, 05:26 AM   #1
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Good lightweight cam for folding bike? (or bikes in general)

So I'm looking for a good, small and unobtrusive cam (pref bike but helm is good too) to put on my folding bike.

Any brands or models should I be looking at? Thanks
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So I'm looking for a good, small and unobtrusive cam (pref bike but helm is good too) to put on my folding bike.

Any brands or models should I be looking at? Thanks
You can spend a lot of money on GoPro, Garmin, Contour, Sony, or a host of others, or you can check out this blog: Techmoan - Techmoan, and see what he's come up with as the latest under $100 (or is it 100?) camera that is almost as good. I bought the SJ1000 based on his review for $89 and it is plenty of camera with all accessories for my needs. Helmet or handlebar, both come with it.
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You can spend a lot of money on GoPro, Garmin, Contour, Sony, or a host of others, or you can check out this blog: Techmoan - Techmoan, and see what he's come up with as the latest under $100 (or is it 100?) camera that is almost as good. I bought the SJ1000 based on his review for $89 and it is plenty of camera with all accessories for my needs. Helmet or handlebar, both come with it.
Thanks! I just bought the SJ1000 after watching the Techmoan review and I think I'll be very satisfied with it.
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