I recently reviewed several wearable video cameras but after seeing no less than a dozen different companies showing these sports video cameras at CES I full realize that this category is hot, hot, hot. A new model I have been using from Ion is probably the simplest one to use and has some cool features.
The Ion Air Pro WiFi has a unique way of sharing video to other devices, social networks and cloud storage. It broadcasts a WiFi signal rather than a typical Bluetooth connection. WiFi allows for more than one device to receive and control the small, bullet-shaped camera.
It is waterproof to 30 feet and comes with more mounts and accessories to mention but the camera can quickly snap or twist onto helmets and bikes of all sizes. A free app for iOS and Android devices provide remote controls for video and still photos.
The Air Pro WiFi can shoot full HD video making for incredible action shots. As a camera it has a useful time lapse function and 10 burst shot mode. At $199 it is probably the best wearable camera on the market.