The Zeal Optics iON HD Camera is an interesting spin to the popular action-cam.Instead of having to strap the camera to your helmet, you actually instantly wear it as it (the camera) is built into the goggles. Selling for $400, the Zeal Optics iON HD Camera contains an eight-megapixel and a 170 mega pixel lens that will ensure none of your action goes unnoticed. Shoot rich quality stills or 1080p videos.
Just like a first person shoot-em-up you will shoot videos as you see it, giving viewers a more authentic experience. They function extremely well as goggles and gives your eyes protection. You can even review your shots via an in-goggle viewfinder. The lens are anti-fog infused and have an impact resistant frame. It also automatically adapts to lighting conditions.
“The ZEAL iON goggles is going to change the way people use POV cameras,” said ZEAL pro snowboarder Kimmy Fasani. “With its easy to use playback mode and control placements, there’s never a reason to take your hands out of your gloves. The goggles and camera will be a necessity when I’m filming.” The buttons on the side of the goggles makes controlling it very easy.
It also lets you integrate your footage with social media so you can be a braggart and share your epic misadventures with the rest of the world. This is a fine example of contemporary gadgetry.