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SeaLife Mini II Digital Camera can take a beating

There are those who like to go on adventure on land and sea, and sometimes in the sea. There are a lot of waterproof cameras out there, but how many could pass a test of ruggedness?

SeaLife has created a new camera, which they call the Mini II Dive & Sport that is a 9-megapixel shooter that has some pretty amazing performance. This camera is water and shock proof, and can be dropped from almost 8ft up. The controls are simple to use, so if youíre trying to use it underwater, you wonít waste any precious air on finding buttons. This camera can go 130ft underwater without needing a casing to protect it, and I doubt youíre going to find that anywhere else.

Itís rubber armor will help you keep a grip on it even under water, but if you lose it to a shark, consider it gone for good. This nifty little camera also adjusts accordingly for land and sea. This will take care of the ďbluenessĒ of your underwater photos, and will automatically control exposure and internal flash for land. Itís costs around $260, but a crush-proof camera on an adventure is really priceless donít you think?

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