Liquid Image video mask at CES 2009
Liquid Image is releasing a underwater video series camera mask at the 2009 CES show in Las Vegas January 8th - 11th. The Video Mask 310 Camera / Video Mask is an upgraded version of the award winning Camera Mask, released in 2008. This new version allows snorkelers, free divers, and shallow scuba divers to capture underwater digital video and photos hands free at a higher frame rate. The video is D1 (720 x 480 pixels) and records at a rate up to 30 frames per second. The original model, Explorer Series, recorded around 20 frames per second. The underwater camera mode features a 5 Megapixel (2560 x 1920 pixel) still image.
Liquid Image Video Mask 310
Each Liquid Image Video Mask 310 will be tested and certified to a depth rating of 10 meters / 33 feet during production. This new underwater camera mask has light attachments available to help bring out the color and detail that is generally lost while diving below 5 meters. To take a photo or a video, the diver lines up the crosshair marks on the mask with the object, and then presses the capture button. LED lights inside the viewing area indicate the mode the camera is in when activated.
Underwater photo and video camera mask
The digital images and video may be downloaded to a computer through the USB cable provided, or through a Micro SD/SDHC memory card. The underwater camera mask comes with 16 MB Nand Flash internal memory. A Micro SD/SDHC memory card slot allows the memory to be upgraded to 8 GB. Every 1 GB of memory added allows approximately 20 minutes of video. US and International distribution is set for February 2009. (Estimated at $159 US).