Reefmaster Digital Dive Camera

For those of you that spent a lot of time in the Caribbean, this is a must have assuming that diving is your thing. The only thing I see it’s missing is an underwater Wi-Fi connection to upload your pictures in realtime…
“Around here we like to say that ‘There is nothing worth doing that can’t be done more expensively,’ so why skimp on a dive camera when you can have something like the Reefmaster (Amazon) DC310 Digital MAXX? The $1400 MAXX system has Sealife’s so-so 3.3 megapixel camera with all the basic features you’d expect from a digital. The 8MB on-board memory is scant, but fortunately a 128MB SD card is included in the package. Even better, the MAXX package has plenty of extra accessories to get you started, like flash diffusers (more important underwater than on land), macro lenses, and of course, the two bug-eye external flashes. The entire rig can be taken to depths of up to 200ft — well past recreational dive limits.”

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1 Response

  1. Joel says:

    I don’t know how well WiFi would transmit through the water — there might be a better frequency than 2.4Ghz — but, man, that’s a great idea! Or maybe even a wireless videocamera that could broadcast back to the boat and display on a monitor.
    We’re gonna be rich, yme!

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