Abt Receives First U.S. Shipment Of Wearable Digital Camcorder

Are you one of those people who “hucks, jumps, throws, and crashes themselves through life,” and wants to get it all on video? That, according to a company called Twenty20, is exactly what you’ll be able to do once you get your hands on the VholdR, a completely self-contained, palm-sized camcorder that’s designed for you adventurous types.

Actually, you don’t even have to get your hands on it, since it’s made for mounting on a helmet, bicycle, motorcycle, or just about anywhere you want to put it. The VholdR will provide you with wire-free and tape-free video recording of your extreme activities (and your tame ones too, when you get tired), all with simple one-click operation along with seamless sharing through uploading to YouTube.

This tough little weatherproof camcorder is made of anodized aluminum and weighs only 4.8 ounces. Its compact 3.7-inch length ensures that it will stay out of your way while it captures your adventures, using a lens that rotates 180 degrees and two lasers to frame the scene since you won’t be looking through the viewfinder. It also features a waterproof Omni-directional microphone.

If this sounds like the camcorder for you, you’ve come to the right place. Abt is currently one of only two retailers in the U.S. that got the first shipment of the VholdR. Click here for more details. To view all of our camcorders, click here.   –by Graham W.

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