For many travelers, going to scenic locales like Costa Rica or Australia means
only one thing - scuba diving. Scuba diving allows people to enter a foreign
environment and see the beauty of nature up close and personal. Despite the
activity's continued popularity, modern photography equipment has been a touch
clumsy for undersea adventurers hoping to catch a snapshot of their experience.
That is, until now.
At this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las
Vegas, developer Liquid Image introduced a new series of underwater camera masks
that allow deep sea divers to snap pictures and take video in HD at depths of up
to 130 feet.
The goggles, though a touch bulkier than traditional scuba
equipment, allow divers to keep their hands free while exploring the mysteries
of the deep filming their experience in 720P digital video.
comes equipped with a micro SD card slot than can accommodate up to 32GB of
storage - allowing divers the opportunity to film up to 16 hours of digital
video or several thousand still images.
The company also makes a pair of
snow goggles for those competitive snow boarders who are eager to document their
fastest runs and best tricks.