Deal-vent Calendar: December 5 - 73% off Shimano Camera

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Shimano's CM-2000 camera has seen a £175 discount over at ProBikeKit - check it out!

Wow. Father Clinchmas has really delivered here. This cycling camera right here offers incredible value and the opportunity to make someone's Christmas.

See, if you - or the cyclist in your life - is anything like loads of us here at Deal Clincher HQ, you've been meaning to make a camera purchase for a while. Cameras are an expensive addition to any set-up - decent ones are at least - and they're far from essential for most riders.

The benefits, however, are numerous. Not only do the cameras provide some great footage for your personal use, they act as an insurance policy for the rare occasion that you come across an antisocial road user who makes your life difficult; or worse puts it in danger.

If good cameras like this one from Shimano were sold for this price regularly, we reckon you'd see far more of them adorning the handlebars of your fellow commuters.

The Shimano CM-2000 camera records at 1080p and is compatible with all sorts of ANT+, Di2 and GPS units. That compatibility is a big selling point with this camera.

As if the simple record and stop buttons on top of the camera weren't easy enough to operate, the CM-2000 can use the compatibliity with the inputs from GPS and ANT+ devices to record automatically based on preset criteria. Those criteria can be one of 6 - record when you hit a specific speed, when your cadence drops, when your heartrate goes up, when you start putting out a specific amount of power, when you change to a specific gear via Di2 data link, or when you ride on a specific road via GPS location.

The camera also features excellent image stablisation and is compatble with smartphones.

For this price, it's truly incredible!

Shimano CM-2000 Action Sports Camera - 1080p
£64.99
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