Introducing the newest Liquid Image Explorer Series 8.0 MP - Underwater Camera Mask
The XSC Explorer Series 8.0MP Underwater Video Camera has a built in Camera embedded into a Snorkeling Mask that makes underwater photography Hands Free for safer swimming and snorkeling. Photograph or video friends, family or fish.
Connect camera to your computer with the USB cable provided. Download the images and video to your computer to email or print 8.0MP images. VGA Quality Video 640x480 @ 30 fps with Audio recording and a 74 degree lens. 32 MB NAND Flash Ram. Micro SD Card Slot for external memory up to 32 GB (Micro SD card not included). Side Light attachments - Lights sold separately. Clamshell Carrying Case Included. Depth certified to 5m (15ft). Batteries: 2 x AAA Energizer Lithium Batteries Included - Fully AssembledThe Liquid Image Explorer Series 8.0 Megapixel Digital Camera / Video Mask is a superb way to capture your snorkeling and swimming memories. This quality underwater mask can be used at up to 15 feet (5m) below surface to capture 640x480 video at 20 fps, and still images at 2048x1536 pixels.
Capture your lifestyle
Take beautiful professional quality photos and videos.
- Video - VGA, 20 fps
- 8.0 MP Photos
- Internal memory - 32 MB
- Capacity - MicroSD up to 32GB
- Certified to 5mm (15 ft)
- Attachment for lights
- ArcSoft Photo and Video Impression Software
Keep your hands free to swim. The explorer mask makes it super easy.
- 304 Digital Camera Mask
- USB Cable
- User Manual
- Carrying Case
- O-Ring Silicon
- 2 x AAA Energizer Lithium Batteries
*The Camera Mask does not require software to download images. The ArcSoft Software is included as an option for editing of images and videos.Add a MicroSD Card if you need to take more than 3000 photos or 72 minutes of video before downloading to your computer.
Add Light Accessory to bring you underwater photography to the next level.
|Video - Resolution||640x480|
|Optics||Lens Type:||4P + IR fix lens|
F/3.2 +/- 5%
|Lens Focus:||1.5m to ∞|
|Field of View:||74°|
VGA: 640x480 pixels, up to 30 fps
1/3.2" 5.0 Mega Pixels CMOS Sensor
|Light Sensitivity:||Auto: ISO 100|
|Audio||Microphone:||Integrated microphone, no speaker|
|Photo||Resolution:||8.0 megapixel Interpolated(3456x2304 pixels)|
|Shutter Speed:||1/15 to 1/1000 seconds|
|Storage||Memory:||Internal 32MB NAND flash memory|
|MicroSD card, up to 32GB capacity (SD/SDHC)|
|Average Recording Times:||Video: ~40min/GB|
|Connectors||PC Connection:||USB 2.0 Full Speed|
|Power and Battery||Battery Type:||2x AAA Batteries|
|Battery Life:||Lithium Batteries: Stills 2000 / Video ~2.5 hrs|
|Alkaline Batteries: Stills 500 / Video ~20 mins|
|Waterproof||Depth Rating:||15ft / 5m|
|Additional Information||PC Compatibility:||Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7 and Mac OS 10.4 and above|
|Display||Status LCD Panel|
|Dimensions:||3.5" x 7.4" x 5.2" (89mm x 187mm x 133mm)|
|Weight:||12oz / 339g (including batteries & MicroSD card)|
|Software:||ArcSoft MediaImpression (PC Version Only)|
Broken Review by Luckyref
Received as a christmas present, went to Hawaii. Went to adjust the strap and the plastic broke leaving me with a face piece that I had to hold to the face and then hold the snorkle..
The mask didn't seal very good even when i pushed a little harder to the face
Took some video (really nice - would recommend just using the video and not worry about the pictuures) the pictures i took wasn't as good but then it was because I had to struggle to float, hold to face, clear the water out and try and breath through the snorkle that would roll over into the water, leaving me to choke.
Looking to see if I can find a site that I could buy a replacement piece to use as intended.
Happy Snorkling. (Posted on 12-01-03)
Worked very good as an underwater camera. Review by Pete
I could not get the mask properly adjusted consistently to keep water from leaking into my eyes and nose. Also, the blue and red light image did not show well while I was wearing the mask. As a result of these two issues, I purchased a regular mask and just used the Liquid Image mask as a camera. I held it in my hands and took pictures and videos. It worked great being held and I really thought it took wonderful pictures. I've made enlargements and have them displayed at my business, receiving many complements. It seemed like a good value as an underwater camera. (Posted on 11-09-28)