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I have been looking at the GoPro and the DriftInnovation systems. Anyone have an oppinion on either? I am in Canada and have not been able to find a GoPro dealer here. They thought I was confused and asking for a lowepro bag for a camera.

Drift is sold locally here and I have head good things about them so far.
 

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There's a lot of places you can get GoPro here in canada. A few of my friends used the GoPro HD and love it. One of them even hooked it up to his dog and made his dog run around the outside of his shop. Very good quality on the GoPro. Can't comment on the other system since I don't have first hand experience with it.
 

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I have a GoPro HD as well and the image quality is superb for outdoor use. The controls take a little getting used to because everything is handled by two buttons.
 

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There's a lot of places you can get GoPro here in canada. A few of my friends used the GoPro HD and love it. One of them even hooked it up to his dog and made his dog run around the outside of his shop. Very good quality on the GoPro. Can't comment on the other system since I don't have first hand experience with it.
I have never thought of the Dog Cam! I do have a friend that uses an Olympus Tough camera tapped to the boots of his snowboard and will shoot videos. The camera is shock and water proof. His idea of course required the camera to mostly be duct tapped to him.
 

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I have never thought of the Dog Cam! I do have a friend that uses an Olympus Tough camera tapped to the boots of his snowboard and will shoot videos. The camera is shock and water proof. His idea of course required the camera to mostly be duct tapped to him.
Having the camera mounted on the snowboard is pretty hard. You won't really get a good view of the action. Plus if theres a lot powder than you can pretty much forget about seeing anything. I'm grabbing a GoPro HD and attaching it to my helmet for this winter season. This is a bit off topic but maybe you're buddy can get more ideas at http://www.snowboardingforum.com/ . I troll there from time to time and theres some pretty good info there.
 

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Go Pro gets my vote. I've used it for everything outdoors and its held up well. The newest model has been updated to make it more user friendly.
 
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