Liquid Image, which makes lots of underwater video gear, will start selling a helmet camera/camcorder this June, perfect if you're planning a trip to Antarctica or the North Pole or the top of Mount Everest.
If you wait for snow in your immediate environs, the Summit Series Snow Camera Goggle 335 ($150) shoots 5 MP stills and 720p HD video. Lights inside the goggles tell you what mode you're in. It's got 16 GB of flash built in, and a microSD card slot good for another 16 GB. The battery lasts 2:20 hours of video and can snap up to 2,200 still shots, plenty of time to capture ski bunnies on the ski lift up the slope and your tree crash on the way down.
This spring, the company also will update three of its other face-mounted wide angle video gear, the Freestyle 330 swim goggles ($80, April), the Scuba Series HD322 ($350, May) and wide angle VideoMask 312 ($200, May).