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July 20, 2011

SeaLife Mini II Camera

A camera that’s shockproof, waterproof and crushproof — what more could you ask for?

SeaLife’s Mini II dive and sport camera, billed as “the world’s first adventure-proof digital camera,” is built to take a beating. Showcasing 9-megapixel quality, a 2.4-inch color LCD screen and sure-grip rubber armoring, this camera is waterproof to 130 feet, sans external housing, and ready for intense action. The Mini II’s revolutionary Sea Mode brightens up the exposure underwater, the Snorkel Mode controls exposure and color correction in shallow-water settings, and the Land Auto Mode automatically balances exposure and internal flash. An External Flash Mode allows for the integration of an external strobe to further enhance color and image brightness underwater. A 30-frames-per-second Video Mode offers sound, and Spy Mode automatically shoots strings of images at preset intervals, making it perfect for capturing snapshots of elusive wildlife and sea life. Powered by two AAA batteries, the Mini II accepts SD and SDHC storage cards up to 8 gigabytes and is expandable with popular SeaLife accessories, including the Digital Pro flash, Photo-Video light and Mini wide-angle lens. A camera that’s shockproof, waterproof and crushproof — what more could you ask for? $259.95; www.sealife-cameras.com