Zeal Optics Base 2.0 HD Camera with Viewfinder Goggles

$229.96
$399.00 (42% off)
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Frame Size: Medium/Large - accommodates both medium and large face shape

Medium/Large - accommodates both medium and large face shape

Lens Change: Moderate - fair amount of time/handling to change lenses

Moderate - fair amount of time/handling to change lenses

Ventilation: Medium - prevents fogging during low-to-moderate activity

Medium - prevents fogging during low-to-moderate activity

Lens Shape: Spherical - matches curvature of your eyes, less distortion

Spherical - matches curvature of your eyes, less distortion

 

The bar has been set and now a ski goggle is no longer just a ski goggle. The Zeal Optics Base 2.0 HD Camera Goggles allow you to shoot your latest all-mountain adventure for your point-of-view. Presented with uncanny 1080 and 720p HD video, you'll have the best looking video to upload and share. How much of the world do you get to see? The camera boasts a 170 degree field of view so you get the full picture of the challenge you're about to embark on. A built-in microphone catches every expletive that you scream when you're flying down the mountain and it's all saved in mp4 format. If you just want a quick shot you can take a single shot and if you're feeling artsy or want options you'll have time lapse and sequence at your disposal. Slow it down, add graphics or watch it again with instant replay, the features give you everything you could want when it comes to shooting video. You'll have an In-Goggle LCD Screen to see it all and an embedded temperature sensor so you and everyone else can see just how cold it is and how much you still want to play regardless. Wherever you go and whatever you do, bring back the proof that you tackle anything that comes in your way with the Zeal Optics Base 2.0 HD Camera Goggles.


  • 1080p and 720p HD Video Resolution
  • 1/2.5in HD CMOS Sensor
  • 30fps and 60fps
  • H.264 compression, .mp4 final file
  • 170 Degrees Field of View
  • Built-In Microphone
  • F2.8/0..5m to infinity Lens Aperture + Focal Range
  • Built-In 1200maH Li-Battery
  • Single Shot, Sequence, Time Lapse Photo Options
  • In-Goggle LCD Screen Viewfinder
  • Embedded Temperature Sensor
  • 12MP Photo Resolution
  • Instant Replay
  • Ultra Slow-Motion 120fps recording option
  • Graphic User Interface

 

Specifications
Category  Adult Frame Size  Medium/Large Lens Shape  Spherical
Goggle Lens Change  Moderate Goggle Ventilation  Medium Helmet Compatible  Yes
Special Features  Camera Model Year  2015 Model Number  10458
Product ID  321763     
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This has to be one of the coolest ideas I've seen in a long time. Somehow the wizards at Zeal were able to squeeze a full HD camera into that tiny space between the eyes on the goggles so you can a true first person view video.
 
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Q: how do you download the video files
Asked : Nov 09, 2016
By : spipenny, south padre island, tx
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A: The goggles come with a cord that will hook up to a computer where you can download the video.
Answered : Nov 10, 2016
By : Chris
Q: If you have a brim on your helmet (1 inch approx) will that get in the picture?
Asked : Apr 19, 2016
By : matthew, San Francisco, CA
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A: If the brim of the helmet is small, only 1 inch, you should have no issue with the camera being interfered with. Unfortunately without the helmet and goggles together we cannot say for certain.
Answered : Apr 21, 2016
By : Chris
Q: How long is the battery life?
Asked : Dec 28, 2013
By : Cashmanchallies
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A: The battery will give you about 2-3 hours of continuous recording. When the temps get low the battery will die out quicker. However, that 2-3 hours of recording time is typically enough to get you through the whole day if you remember to turn it off while standing around.
Answered : Dec 30, 2013
By : Thom, Product Specialist
Q: Is there a swappable polarized lens available that can be purchased separately?
Asked : Dec 02, 2013
By : Jay, Sonoma, CA
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A: Jay, As far as I know there is not a Polarized replacement lens available for that frame. The lens that does come with the goggles does offer 100% UV protection. If you have any more questions please let us know.
Answered : Dec 04, 2013
By : Julie, Product Specialist
 
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