Snow camera goggle
The Liquid Image Summit Series is the world’s first snow goggle with an integrated digital camera. The goggle contains a wide angle lens to capture all the action while skiing, boarding, sledding or snow mobiling. The hands free unit has a 5.0 MP (2560 x 1920) digital camera mode and a video mode that records D1 video (720x480) at a rate up to 30 frames per second with audio. A Liquid Image Snow Camera will be on display at the CES Unveiled Event January 5th and at CES in Las Vegas January 7th-10th. The Summit Series Snow digital camera goggle model number 335 has an estimated US price of $149.00.
Snow camera goggle
The Liquid Image Summit Series Snow camera goggle is easy to operate. There is a button for On/Off/Mode and another button for the shutter. To record a photo or a video, simply turn on the digital camera, choose the mode, then press the shutter button. LED lights inside the goggle indicate the mode to the user. Large side buttons along the right side of the snow camera allow for greater dexterity while wearing gloves.
Liquid Image snow camera features
The Snow camera from Liquid Image has an internal memory has 16 MB NAND Flash. The memory is easily expanded to record thousands of photos or hours of videos by adding a Micro SD/SDHC Card up to 16 GB. Files may be downloaded to a computer through the High Speed USB cable provided, or through a Micro SD/SDHC card. The Snow Camera operates on an internal rechargeable Lithium Battery. Estimated battery performance is 2200 still images or 2:20 hrs of video.
Snow camera goggle & underwater camera mask
The Summit Series Snow Camera Goggle model 335 is estimated to ship late summer 2010, in time for the Winter Ski Season and for Holiday shopping. The Snow camera follows the concept of the original Liquid Image Underwater Digital Camera Mask by creating an easier way to record photos and videos. The concept of integrating the camera into the sports equipment allows the user to travel with fewer items and to keep their hands free while performing sports activities. The integrated camera records a view similar to what is seen, allowing the user to share their experience with other people, and to enjoy their activities to a greater extent because they concentrate less on holding and operating the camera.