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Underwater Digital Camera Built Into Swim Mask

by Paul Strauss

Like to go swimming with the fishes? This new underwater mask can snap pictures of your aquatic journey as you dip beneath the surface.

Liquid Image Underwater Camera Mask

Thanks to a built in digital camera, Liquid Image’s new Underwater Camera Mask will let you capture photos or video of whatever you see while you swim. Just look through the view port, and press the capture button to snap your pix. A crosshair inside the mask indicates the center of the frame you’ll be capturing, and easy-to-see LEDs tell you the camera’s current mode. While you won’t be able to go deep-sea diving with the mask on, it will hold up for depths up to 15 feet of water, so it’s perfect for casual snorkeling.

The company plans on rolling out the camera at the upcoming 2008 CES show in January, and plans on releasing both 3.1 and 5.0 megapixel versions, with prices starting at $99 USD.

[via Krunker]




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Comments (2):

  1. sanso says:

    Nice, but not deep enough. Give us some more pressure! :)
    Any tech details on what the camera is like and detailed pictures of the mask?

  2. mP3 says:

    i love the ocean. it makes you feel alive! the rush of the waves coming at you, and swimming through is so much fun!!! it makes me smile just thinking about it.

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