The Underwater Digital Camera Mask is good for wearer age 8 to adult. It comes in 2 models, the 5 Mp and 3 Mp. It features 16 MB Internal Flash Memory and External Micro SD Card for expansion. You can also record video at 18-25FPS @ VGA resolution. The 16 MB can save High Res – 5.0MP (2560×1920) – 29 Pics, and Low Res – 3.1MP (2048×1536) – 45 Pics. It can resists depth between 5 M – 30 M. Too bad it can’t go too deep underwater, else it would be perfect for shooting images while diving under the reefs with spectacular views. Nonetheless, the cool underwater camera still has some use at shallower water. [LiquidImage]
Neutrano has just released a multi-functional photowatch that not only stores photos, but also holds 100 photos, connects to the internet, downloads and uploads photos, software that formats your photos, and a rechargeable battery. Find this watch at CES.
Imagine taking all those underwater photos you’ve always wanted with this underwater digital camera mask by Liquid Image. It features optical zoom crosshairs on the googles, microSD card, 16MB of internal memory, etc. No word on a price, but it will be available in either a 3.1 or 5.0 megapixel version in March.
The VholdR wearable camera is the easiest camera you can ever use, so anyone can use it without a problem. You can put your recorded video on youtube without converting it. You can record up to 640 x 480 resolution at 30fps but it difficult to do with its aluminum exterior and lack of actual parts. It’s microSD card for memory makes this wearable camera so compact! If you’re use to a hectic lifestyle and wanna record all the action especially in the privacy of your bedroom then this is for you! This wearable wonder should be available by Christmas for $350.
GoPro’s Digital Hero Camera mounts right on your wrist and is waterproof up to 30m. This camera can shoot 648 x 480 still photos and 320 x 240 videos. The photos and videos are saved on to its 32mb internal hard drive. Available here for $79.95
You lock it down as flat as possible against your wrist when you’re not using it, and when you want to take a picture, just swivel it up in a perpendicular position and you’re ready to shoot.