V.I.O. Inc., the leading innovator of hands-free, point-of-view video technology, has added ski BASE pioneer Erik Roner and freesking superstar Sage Cattabriga-Alosa to its POV.1 professional team.
â€œWe couldn't be more excited about the opportunity to sponsor Erik and Sage as V.I.O. team members,â€ said David Ollila, President of V.I.O. â€œBoth of these freeski athletes personify smooth and powerful style while pushing the limits of the sport. We can't wait to see the footage they bring back with the new POV.1â€
Erik Roner has been skiing professionally for five years and is one of the pioneers of ski BASE jumping. Traveling the globe each winter, he has been featured in the last four Teton Gravity Research films ski BASE jumping off huge first descent cliffs.
"I am super excited to be a part of the V.I.O. team,â€ says Roner. â€œThey are at the forefront of helmet camera technology with great vision and dedication to create the best products. I am pumped to share my thoughts and ideas with such a great company."
Sage Cattabriga-Alosa was a ski-obsessed kid growing up in Alta, Wyoming. Specializing in backcountry gap jumps, skiing big mountain lines and combining tricks with cliff drops, Sage travels all over the world to film segments for numerous production companies, such a Teton Gravity Research and Volume Video Magazine. In 2004 he won Best Male Performance from Powder magazine's video awards. Sage now splits his time between Utah's deep winters and Bend, Oregon's perfect summers.
"Over the past few years I have been using V.I.O products to capture my point-of-view footage,â€ said Sage Cattabriga-Alosa. â€œThey have the best product in the industry and are focused on future innovations. Partnering with V.I.O. will be a perfect match and I'm excited to continue to capture and share my unique perspective in the mountains."
The POV.1 from V.I.O. is built for one purpose: capturing hands-free video from the most thrilling point of view â€“ yours. It's a fully integrated, digital point-of-view (POV) video system that's waterproof, dustproof and shock-resistant. The system includes a mountable camera head, built-in video recorder with LCD screen, wireless remote and software for managing point-of-view videos.
Since its inception in 2000, V.I.O. has been the leading innovator in Point-of-View video technology. The V.I.O. point-of-view system is unique in that it's designed specifically to capture adventure and tactical video. V.I.O.'s customers include professional and amateur athletes in a wide variety of sports such as mountain biking, skiing, snowboarding, skydiving, motocross, snowmobiling, and auto racing. Other industries relying on V.I.O. video systems include the military, law enforcement, aviation, and movie and television production. For more information, visit www.vio-pov.com or call 1-888-579-2267.
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