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    Key Chain Cam's

    Key Chain Cam's How rugged are they?I am a new pilot looking to get one but sure i am going to have crashes,will they survive?

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    RE: Key Chain Cam's

    So far, mine have survived every crash I could throw at them.

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    RE: Key Chain Cam's

    Awesome,which one do you have?
    I been looking at 808 #16 and the Mobius
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    RE: Key Chain Cam's

    I have a few of them, but the last one I bought was the 808 #16. So far I'm really happy with it. I like the wide angle lens.

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    How you take care of things. They are rugged, the xd card will fly, with some tape, acting as a door cover.... You can damage them if you place more force than you can imagine, it takes the right hit to break it, sorry to say, they will break if you step on it, crash it with the lens D just the right way, and if in water.. They again are a great investment for 40.00 Hd720P the 808 16 ver 2.

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    I have the Mobius. I got it to replace an older 808 #16. The image quality of the Mobius is head and shoulders above any of the 808 cams. It only weighs 40 grams, so about anything bigger than a micro can carry it. I tape it to an FMS Cessna and Flyzone Tidewater and get some neat photos with it.

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