Attention all action sport Bit-Techers I'm looking for comments and recommendations on sports/action cameras, seems a crap name but thats what they appear to be called - feel free to correct me. I've signed up for Tough Mudder next year and I'm looking to record the event for posterity and I'm considering using a video camera so I'm looking for something suitable which I can wear, my choices so far are:- First instinct was to look at the Go Pro range, I figure that it seems to be what you see the most of on TV for action shots and the military use them so they should be tough and reliable. Next on the list is the Drift Ghost, neater & cheaper than the Go Pro and already has a screen attached. Last of all is the Garmin Virb, I think this was the one that Tough Mudder used to endorse (or had a sponsorship deal with) but don't any more. All of the above have good and bad reviews, what surprised me the most was the opinions on Amazon saying that the current batch of Go Pro's are very poor compared to the previous models. I'm doing the event with my nephew who is into hardcore MBR and he has a Go Pro black and he says the Drift Ghost is the one he wished he had bought instead. So to all you camera users out there please share your experiences and recommendations with me, good and bad. For example, if I'm wearing a camera do I go head mount, helmet mount, chest/shoulder harness, etc? if I have a separate microphone will it be destroyed if immersed in water? How robust are the camera's? How secure are the mounts (this one is especially important as one of the events involve a 30ft drop into a big muddy puddle)? How easy are the cameras to use in a real world environment? I already know that the remote for the Drift Ghost isn't waterproof, is there anything else I need to know that the adverts don't tell me?