I have a Viosport h20.
I loved it until the cable connection pulled off the cord between the camera and the male connection, when I was de-rigging the pelicase between my legs and the camera. No swim- just pulling the two connecting cords apart, after a Big South run. (The camera-separate-from-camcorder setup, by the way, is not an ideal set-up in Class V - the box has to either be in your boat or attached to your body; and swimming a rapid with a 1190 Pelicase between your legs is not a great prospect).
Anyway- I emailed Viosport to see if they would repair it for me, and was told they didn't consider the broken cord a warranty issue. No problem, I told her; maybe I pulled too hard or in the wrong spot - I'll gladly pay for the shipping, parts and repair. Well, they're assembled in taiwan or somewhere and there are no repairs done stateside. Okaaay- well can she send me the proper custom Viosport cable connector so that I can get the camera repaired locally? She told me she'd check with some parts guy and maybe he could send me some, and get back to me.
Long story short - after several weeks and a couple of ignored emails from me that politely requested an update, I gave up on Viosport and found replacement parts that don't offer the waterproof jacketing that you need for kayaking. I had to take up electronics soldering in my garage, and was able to make the a repair that will allow the camera to work; provided that I tape up the connection with electrical tape to keep it waterproof. So it works fine, but it's not ideal.
So Climbhoser- please let your buddy know that their customer service leaves a lot to be desired. A whole lot, actually. I will gladly forward my emails to / from the gal at Viosport Customer Service if you need further proof. As for the quality of T-boner's vid, I've seen his on his laptop and mine on my laptop, and I could not see any negligible difference. That, coupled with the need for a 5-8 lbs video camera case that you could potentially swim with and get bashed into....oh, and COST - the Viosport product are now pretty much obsolete. And I would not recommend them to a boater even if the OR Sci product wasn't out there; I'll in fact go out of my way to tell kayakers to avoid their products because of their shoddy customer service.
Anybody wanna buy a used Viosport Helmet camera? $130
Climbhoser- If it makes you feel any better- you're spot-on about tboner's 3" pecker. IN DIAMETER, that is.*
*according to T-boner