* Full HD for creating crystal clear footage
* A playback screen for lining up shots and the ability to play back the footage right away
* A remote control to enable you to film what you want to record, not the boring stuff in between
* Easy to use mounts so you can use it whenever you want and mount it anywhere your imagination allows you. The shape of the camera and the mounts it comes with make it the easiest camera out there to use
Lucky for us, we get to test it out. We’ll report how the Drift does when we put it through the paces.
This past Saturday Priscilla, Joe Solancho and I went out to Aliso Woods to have some riding fun. Our office recently took delivery of the new Vholdr Cam. It’s a wearable camcorder. I took the opportunity to perform our first test of the Vholdr. Now keep in mind Youtube sucks, and that the first half of the footage was foggy. That morning there was tons of fog on the trail, which also caused moisture to build on the lens in turn got it dusty. After the sun broke through and a cleaning of the cam, it showed a better picture(towards the end).