http://www.thomas-pr.com/pressreleases/ ... lease.html
It stores it on HiCap SD cards. It's probably not a replacement for the pov1 or various bullet cams, but for people who want to start video for cheap it might be an option.
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Odd that they don't say how many minutes of video you'll get per GB of SD card (or per card, whatever). But it is SDHC compatible per the spec sheet.
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Have had no problem importing to FCP (studio 2)
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