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Oceanographer’s Video Camera – deep dive digital deluxe


This Oceanographer’s Video Camera is apparently the bee’s knees, or shark’s sideburns or something. The working bits are encased in super tough ABS and aluminium and it’s rated to keep shooting down to 300 feet of briny ocean.

You can grab six hours of footage per session, as well as still shots, all in super high definition, and we’re figuring those lights will have you mistaken for a denizen of the deep in no time at all. Priced at an oxygen depriving $7,000.00.


 Two 14″ long flexible LED lights adjust to illuminate undersea features with 2,200 lumens; each provide adjustable light intensity. The camera captures up to six hours of 1920 x 1080 24 mbps high definition resolution video using a 10X optical zoom, autofocus, and advanced image stabilization that narrows in on an underwater subject and eliminates camera shake. Video footage is easy to monitor using the housing’s external 2.7″ color display.

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