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  • The motion-tracking action cam from TomTom
  • The motion-tracking action cam from TomTom
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The motion-tracking action cam from TomTom

Once the domain of the brave or the stupid, extreme sports have gone mainstream – almost 120 million Americans participate in them each year. And while they're prominent in marketing from brands like Red Bull, people are keen to document their own experiences, blowing the action cam market wide open.

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