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GoPro circa the '60s
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"Back in the olden days, you just tied your cameraman right to the car:
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OMFG!! :o
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Wow! Perhaps I can see the point of modern health and safety.

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Mark Schulze claims he invented the first consumer helmet cam 1987,back in the days of fixed forks, canterlever brakes and Lycra bright enough to melt your eye balls.
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