O'Neill H4 Campack is a Self-Contained Ski Video Shooting Studio

If you want an easy way to record your skiing adventures, this O'Neill H4 Campack hooks up to its own helmet-mounted camera, letting you control its portable media player/recorder with a huge record button on the shoulder strap. The player nestled inside has enough battery power for recording four hours of your winter sports hijinks. It's packing a paltry 512MB in its internal flash drive, but then you can insert a 2GB SD card and record 160 minutes more. Besides all that video goodness, it also functions as a roomy backpack. Shooting those videos for YouTube was never easier, but it's certainly been cheaper—this backpack configuration is around $422. [O'Neill, via Talk2myShirt and Dailymotion]

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We had a version with a DV camcorder and one using CF cards and the Neuros MP4 Recorder. The one improvement we need to make is how to make sure the lens is not rotated during use. Some kind of fast playback feature would be really helpful.