Liquid Image creates camera for the sports enthusiast, including water, snow and motor sports. The camera is installed right in the mask or helmet, so there is no concern about it falling off and getting damage. The lens is in the upper center of the mask between your eyes. It takes both stills with a 5 mega pixel camera and digital video. The camera designed for scuba diving can film in water up to 300 feet below the surface. It is also designed so that you can see the environment around you while you are filming. What you see is what you get. It is a fix focus lens with a range of 6 inches to infinity. The lens are made of temper glass and have a crosshair, to help you line up your shot. It produces video up to 1080p, and has a battery life of from 2 1/2 -3 hours.
The batteries are rechargeable Lithium Ion. There is a micro SD card slot and can handle up to 32GB. When the camera is recording the light blinks and when it is on but not recording the light is solid blue. A solid red light indicates the camera is in in still mode. You can see the light out of the corner of your eye, but it doesn’t impede your vision. Depending on the model the price will range from $300 to $400 dollars.
Interview by Tom Newman of The Fogview Podcast.
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