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Underwater snapper.


According to Time magazine, the 5 megapixel SeaLife DC500 underwater camera is just about the best thing since sliced bread if you want to go around photographing the flaura and fauna of the oceans. And who are we to argue. Especially when we learn, to our delight, that it features a ‘Shark Mode’, for faster and sharper pictures of moving objects. Hmm…perhaps we’ll stick to pics of Aunt Matilda asleep on the sofa in a state of Post Traumatic Turkey Disorder. $550.00.

  The Shark Mode is activated by simply pushing the camera’s OK button which focuses on the intended subject. The camera will now remember that focus range and take sharp pictures with virtually no shutter lag. Underwater, in diving or snorkeling, everything moves, the diver as well as sea creatures are in constant movement

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