The new Video Head camera helmet pulls the action camera off its Teletubby-like perch on top of the helmet and slides it inside, where it's easier to access and less likely to get caught on a tree branch, parachute cord and the like.
Video Head helmets integrate the lens and electronics into the helmet itself, pulling the camera out of the way and making it easier to control. The lens is built into the front of the helmet and can be adjusted into four different positions. The large power and record buttons are located on the lower right side of the helmet, making them very easy to access. A red LED light located on the rim turns on with the camera and flashes to let the filmer know it's recording. The helmet also beeps as an audio cue.