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  • Contour Camera and Think Tank Photo Bag Giveaway!

    Contour Camera Giveaway!

    Click this image to be redirected to Facebook to sign up for a chance to win!

    We're giving away some great prizes on Facebook, and it's happening now through April 30, 2012. We're giving away a ContourGPS 1080p HD point-of-view (POV) digital camera, valued at $300! We're also giving away an awesome Think Tank Photo Retrospective 5 shoulder camera bag that's valued at $138, and a $50 Gift Card to our store.

    Here's how the giveaway works. Click on this link. If you don't already like us on Facebook, click on the "Like" button at the top of the screen. Fill out the sign up sheet, and you'll now be entered to win the Think Tank Photo bag and $50 Gift Card. You'll also now be given a unique link. Share this link with all of your friends! The link will keep track of anyone that signs up for the giveaway using your referral. Once you get 5 people to sign up for the giveaway, you'll now unlock the chance to win the ContourGPS 1080p HD digital camera!

    What is a ContourGPS?

    Glad you asked.

    The ContourGPS captures beautiful 1080p video in a small, lightweight form factor. It is compatible with a host of accessories, allowing you to attach the ContourGPS to goggles, headbands, helmets, bike handlebars, surfboards, and host of other things. It utilizes a 135° wide-angle rotating lens that delivers a true high quality image that captures all the action with minimal distortion and fish-eye. It records Full HD in all its glory.

    The ContourGPS goes above and beyond other point-of-view camera systems. Whether retracing your laps at the ski hill, checking your speed on a DH run or logging the gain on a road ride, the tracking capability of the ContourGPS adds speed, location and elevation to the picture. The ContourGPS is set up with a GPS receiver that auto-maps the three essentials - location, speed and elevation - at up to two times per second to create a continuous track of coordinates. After the fact, the GPS track synchronizes with your footage to provide a second-by-second replay via Google Maps of the run you ripped, the route you rallied or the ride you crushed.

    Here's a video showcasing the camera in action:

    http://contour.com/stories/131183/embed?map=true

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