Ion Camera

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paddletastic2
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Ion Camera

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Anyone any experience of these:

http://www.iontheaction.co.uk/ion/ION-A ... amera.html

Any ideas to how they compare with the Go-pro?

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One finger to the competition - simple to use one touch function allows simultaneous camera start and record all with one finger.
Well they've got a sense of humour.

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Discounted on Sportpursuit at the moment.
http://www.sportpursuit.com/sales/ion-c ... ccessories

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Andrew Battye wrote:Discounted on Sportpursuit at the moment.
http://www.sportpursuit.com/sales/ion-c ... ccessories
Hence the question! keen to see if it is worth the money?

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I have an ion camera, it's waterproof without any case which is pretty cool....used it lots in water, love it....

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