THE COM­PE­TI­TION

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1/ Po­laroid Cube Pe­tite snap­per pro­duces 1080p footage and 6MP stills from a wide an­gle, 124-de­gree lens. The recharge­able bat­tery lasts 90 min­utes and a mag­netic base for­goes the need for a mount. $150, po­laroid.com.au 2/ HTC Re It may look like a periscope crossed with an asthma in­haler, but HTC’s first cam­era snaps 1080p video, slick time­lapse shots and au­to­mat­i­cally pow­ers up when you pick it up. $249, htc.com/au 3/ Garmin Virb Elite Wa­ter­proof, rugged and with a three-hour bat­tery, this is a fully fea­tured op­tion. Image sta­bil­i­sa­tion is in­cluded and the wide lens cap­tures all the ac­tion. $419, garmin.com/en-au 4/ Drift Ghost S Boasts a dis­play for watch­ing back your clips and a handy re­mote too. Footage can be recorded at 1080p at 30fps, or 720p at 60fps for slo-mo edit­ing, with 11MP snaps. $499, driftin­no­va­tion.com

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