Tahoe Mountain Sports: Helmet camera rentals to show off Tahoe
KINGS BEACH, Calif. and#8212; Where is Tahoe taking you this winter? Show the world in full high-definition video quality without high cost, thanks to the new hands-free camera rental program at Tahoe Mountain Sports.
Take one of two models for a spin: The world’s first full HD wearable camcorder, the ContourHD, or the new ContourGPS, which pair HD video with GPS capabilities so you can track your location, speed, altitude and more.
Show your family and friends those powder turns, that snowmobile ride, your child’s first sledding adventure or Tahoe’s iconic vistas, all with the amazing, first-person perspective only a helmet camera can provide. Extremely lightweight, easy to use and attaches to your helmet, goggles, vehicle and more!
Cost for 24-hour helmet camera rental is $40 for ContourHD, $45 for ContourGPS. Comes with a 4 GB memory stick and a USB reader you take home with you to view, edit and save your footage. Choose between a flat surface mount, goggle mount or vented helmet mount. Other mounts available for an additional cost. Repeat renters (who don’t need another memory stick/USB reader) get $15 off.
From 6,229 feet at Lake Tahoe, Tahoe Mountain Sports brings you the best in backcountry and outdoor gear and specialty clothing from top brands. Gear you up for your next adventure 10 a.m.-6 p.m., seven days a week, 8331 N. Lake Blvd. in Kings Beach. Visit http://www.tahoemountainsports.com for more information.
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