Top Line: CamOne Infinity was a dark horse candidate that came in over the transom at the last minute. We were glad it did. It’s the tiniest of the POVs in our test, but its size didn’t hamper our ability to load in two microSD cards or make any of the possible adjustments between image capture options, time-lapse settings and video modes to 1080-pixel resolution. It shoots images at a respectable 9 megapixels. The lens rotates 360 degrees and sports a locking collar to hold its position. Both the cam and the case are threaded for a tripod. Besides the CamOne, only the GoPro has image burst mode, which lets one catch frame by frame every stage of a wakeboard face plant or the nuances of a perfect cast.
Wins: With two microSD card slots the CamOne can record 64 gigabytes of video. The 360-degree adjustable lenses are interchangeable to different focal lengths and offer unlimited camera angle adjustments. Only the Drift had superior tripod thread mounts. A video LED was a handy addition for low-light imaging. Easy operation is a plus.
Losses: The shortest battery life of the lot and lower video clarity took this winner down a notch.
Photo Finish: CamOne has a great design and is easy to use. We were disappointed in video clarity but impressed by overall value.
In the Box
Standard are dive box with tripod threads, and helmet, bike and flat surface mounts.
Interchangeable lenses are cool, plus there are plenty of mounting options.