Some people just can't help but record everything, although they really shouldn't let Herc convince them to drop $700 on an unauthorized spy-store mic to put in a tennis ball...dude is NOT good for it. Record more than you even thought possible -- even though Marlo knows you're doing it and will 100% try and set you up -- with the ContourROAM.
The ROAM is the newest extreme-activity-recording, extreme-beating-taking wearable camcorder from Contour (best known as the sponsor of local boy done…good?…Bam Margera), weighing in at just over 5oz and capable of shooting 5-megapixel stills, plus video at resolutions up to 1080p, also a flash mob group you really don't want near your decorative fountains. To keep you safe from those 1080p punks, the cam's waterproof to 3ft, and outfitted with damn-durable, low-profile aluminum housing; pop just a single switch to get it on/recording, and you'll also activate its
C-3P0-destroying alignment laser and solid-state storage via microSD, which despite its name, doesn’t come with a tiny Charger. Too compact to be handheld, it comes with a surface mount perfect for skateboard decks (plus a rotating 360-degree jawn), it'll snap right onto a standard tripod, and included are a slew of accessory clips for hooking it to everything from kayaking helmets (to capture killer rapids) to handguns (to capture rapid killings).
Because sometimes you have to shoot in places other than the bathtub and the shallow end, plans call for a 60-meter watertight case, which eventually will turn to shambles once that new loser-y guy demands to know the name of the CI, and eventually shuts down Lester’s wiretap.