POV angles are perfect for capturing your sweet extreme sports moves, as 1) they make viewers feel like they're inside the action, and 2) they keep your face out of the frame when the action turns out to involve aggressive rollerblading. Make even those weaksauce fishbrain grinds look awesome, with ContourROAM.
A seriously idiot-proof, wearable, high-def camera whose wee tiny frame (a paltry 5.1oz) and sleek design come compliments of a WA-based maker of "adventure storytelling tools", ContourROAM's built to make sick indies out of your sick indies, with standout features like:
• A durable aluminum body that's waterproof up to three feet and can withstand "serious abuse", as opposed to the kind where you beat people with a rubber chicken while playing "Yakety Sax". • The ability to snap five-megapixel stills, and shoot up to 30 frames per second at 1080p, which hopefully is way better quality than the graphics in that Nintendo 64 snowboarding game. • A crazy wide-angle lens that's lined up with the help of a laser and automatic adjustments for exposure and white balance, which despite his lack of a character in 1080 Snowboarding, Shaun does quite well. • A "full ecosystem of mounts" tailored to any sport, including "gun-sight, roll bar, and undercarriage connections", the latter also being a Craigslist forum where lonely auto mechanics try to reunite with chassis they once briefly glimpsed.
Because the world of extreme sports is all about accessorizing, you can also add an external tripod adapter, headband/windshield mounts, and even a waterproof case that guarantees "total dryness up to 60 meters", though the same can't be said for the uncontrollably laughing viewers of your rollerblading video.