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Old Jan 5, 2009, 2:23 PM   #1
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Hi all,

Long time lurker, first time poster...

I checked the Aiptek site, and they dont publish the operating temperature specifications for the 1080p models. Has anyone tested these in snow conditions? I'm looking for something to take videos of my 3yr old when she goes skiing in Breckenridge, CO for the first time, and I was wondering how well the GVS would fair on the slopes? To prevent condensation, I would leave the camera in the 'cold' pocket on my ski jacket so it would be exposed to -10 to 28 degree temps for most of the day.

I dont want to speed more than $250 (if I can find someplace with a GVS in stock), and it looks like the GVS is probably the best hybrid for 720p 60f action movies with stabilization... any other suggestions for action videos in that price range?

Also, any other pointers would be appreciatedlike (1)lens filter recommendationsfor overcast and bright snow conditions (2) any attachment options like a helmet mount or ski pole mount to supplement the on-board stabilization.

Thanks to all the contributors that posted the great comparison videos and feedback.

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