Scuba diving is a pretty cool hobby that seems like it would be fun as long as there are no sharks in the area or those weird sea worm things that creep me out. The coolest part of scuba diving for many has to be the beauty of the underwater world which can be hard to share with those who don’t scuba drive. Liquid Image has announced a new HD camera mask called the Scuba Series HD320 that will allow you to share your underwater adventures with landlubbers.
The camera/mask records video at 720p 1280 x 720 resolution at 30 frames per second with audio. The mask also features a still shot camera mode that can snap stills at 5MP 2560 x 1920 resolution. The camera can withstand pressure at depths of 35 meters and has large lever style buttons for use with diving gloves.
Video is recorded to microSD/SDHC cards up to 32GB. The mask includes a single 2GB card to get you going out of the box. The camera is available now in several online stores for about $250. Recording sound underwater might be bothersome for me; everyone would hear my little girl underwater screams if I saw anything remotely resembling a shark.