Functions introduced in this video are:
- 3-Meter Waterproof
- Slow Motion
- Burst Shooting
- Eye-Fi™ Card Compatibility
- Easy-to-see Yourself
- 2.6-inch Wide-screen
- 28mm Wide-Angle
It's a good size, you can put it in your pocket.
It's easy to hold on because of the way they designed it.
You know, it works! It zooms good in and out.
I like it and the color matches my bike.
South African Grant Langston thrust his way on to the professional motocross scene in 1998 at the young age of 15. His stellar performance racing the Grand Prix circuit earned him a spot on the KTM Factory team where he would continue to build successes. In 2000, Grant found himself on 23 of 32 podiums with 12 wins on his way to becoming the 125cc World Motocross Champion. As Grant made his way to the U.S. circuit, bad luck and injuries hampered his first couple seasons, but raw determination led him back to the top and the 2003 AMA 125 National Motocross Championship, which he followed-up with Supercross lites championship wins on both East and West Coasts in 2005 and 2006, respectively. Grant would unknowingly wrap up his career at the pinnacle of his sport, winning the 2007 AMA Motocross Championships by sweeping the final 3 rounds of the premiere 450 class.
In 2008 Grant suffered astigmatism in his eye and had to walk away from competition during the prime of his career. He currently lives in Murrieta, California, with his wife and two children, working with up-and-coming motocross riders in the SPY family and helps run his family’s motorcycle dealership, Langston Racing.
- Will participate in the Erzberg Rodeo to be held in June 2012. There are plans to organize a number of events in various parts of Japan.