Underwater Video Goggle Camera

  • Record to Micro SD card
  • Run on AAA batteries
  • Shoots HD down to 40m

Liquid Image has released video camera goggles, which can be used to film while swimming, snorkeling or SCUBA diving.

To operate the Liquid Image goggles users turn on the camera, choose the mode then press the shutter button. LED lights inside the goggle indicate the mode to the user.  Once recorded, users can then upload to their computer using the USB cable provided.

There are three types of goggles in the Underwater Range.  The Explorer Series 302 is for snorkeling, swimming and playing in the pool.  It can go to a depth of 5 metres and shoots video at 20 frames per second at VGA quality.  It can shoot stills up to 5 megapixels and comes in a bright yellow colour making you visible in the water.

Then there is the VideoMask 310, which shoots DVD quality footage at 30 frames per second. It can be used at a depth of 20 metres and also records sound.  It’s designed for snorkeling, and shallow and recreational dives.  It comes in black and red.

For SCUBA diving, spear fishing, and deep diving, there is the Scuba Series HD320. It is said to shoot HD quality at 30 frames per second up to 40 metres.  This mask also records sound and has a ‘straight to TV’ playback option.  This is the blue mask in the range.

Both the VideoMask 310 and the Scuba Series HD 320 have attachments for optional lights and all three masks can record onto a Micro SD card. These underwater goggles run on AAA batteries and can record over two hours of video before the batteries will need to be changed. 

Explorer Series $199
VideoMask 310 $299
Scuba Series HD $399