Liquid Image Video Series (Large)
Use the Underwater Camera / Video Mask for snorkeling, free diving and shallow dives. Capture vacation photos and videos. Use as a training device for instructional video or analysis of diving performance.
Introducing Liquid Image VideoMask 311 - The world's only dive mask with an integrated waterproof digital video camera plus still photographs at 5mp resolution.
The Liquid Image Video Mask 311 is a superb way to capture
your snorkeling and diving memories. This quality underwater mask can
be used at up to 65 feet (20m) below surface to capture 720x480 video at 30 fps, and still images
Keep your hands free as you dive!
Capture your lifestyle
Don't hold back. Our standard Liquid Image VideoMask 311 kit includes 4GB MicroSD card. This increases the capacity from 29 to 6000 photos or up to 144 minutes of video.
Take beautiful professional quality photos and videos.
- Video - 720 x 480 (D1), 30 fps
- Internal memory - 16 MB
- Capacity - MicroSD / SDHC up to 8GB
- Certified to 20m (65 ft)
- Attachment for lights
- Audio Recording
Keep your hands free to snorkel or dive. The VideoMask makes it super easy.
- Digital Camera Mask
- 2 Energizer Lithium AAA Batteries
- USB Cable
- User Manual
- ArcSoft Photo and Video Impression Software
*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 Light Accessory or Lens Filter to bring you underwater photography and video to the next level.
|Optics||Lens Type:||2G2P fix lens|
|Angle of View:||54°|
|Lens Focus:||1m to ∞ (infinity)|
D1: 720x480 pixels, up to 30 fps
1/2.5" 5.0 Mega Pixels CMOS Sensor
|Light Sensitivity:||Auto: ISO 100-200|
|Video Format:||M-JPEG with Audio|
|Photo||Resolution:||5.0 megapixel (2560x1920 pixels)|
|Shutter Speed:||1/8 to 1/1000 seconds|
|Storage||Memory:||Internal 16MB NAND flash memory|
|MicroSD card, up to 16GB capacity (SD/SDHC)|
|Average Recording Times:||Video: ~20min/GB|
|Connectors||PC Connection:||USB 2.0 High Speed|
|Power and Battery||Battery Type:||2x AAA Batteries|
|Battery Life:||Lithium Batteries: Stills 2200 / Video ~2:20 hrs|
|Alkaline Batteries: Stills 500 / Video ~20 mins|
|Waterproof||Depth Rating:||65ft / 20m|
|Additional Information||PC Compatibility:||Windows 2000/XP/Vista; Mac 9.x and 10.x|
|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)|
Very impressive results Review by jim
Got this for Christmas while on a Carribean cruise....had a chance to try at 3 different islands. It is an amazing camera! The best was in Barbados where we went swimming with the turtles....I got some incredible video.
Plus......the mask is actually a better fit than my regular $125 snorkel mask. (Posted on 1/9/10)
Still/video camera built into fully functional scuba mask Review by conradb212
We had a chance to review a pre-production version of the Liquid Image 310 and came away impressed (see scubadiverinfo.com/3_cameras_liquidimage_videomask310.html). Though rated for just 33 feet, we took it down to the wreck of the Yukon at 90 feet and it never missed a beat. In summary, the Liquid Image VideoMask lets you shoot still underwater pictures and video without having to carry a camera. This means you have your hands free for other things and don't have the added water resistance from holding a camera. The mask part of the video mask is good enough to replace a conventional mask. And the camera part is well enough integrated so that you're hardly aware of it. This makes the VideoMask much more than just a novelty.
- Combines a camera with a good quality scuba mask
- Rated waterproof to 33 feet, but worked fine at 85 feet
- Camera does not get in the way
- Super-simple operation
- Uses microSD cards (we tested with an 8GB card)
- Good video and still image quality
- Excellent for documenting dives as well as pics and video
Not so much:
- Proper framing requires getting used to
- Status LCD and icons very small
- Should focus closer than 1.7 feet
- Would prefer wider angle
- Uses costly Lithium batteries (Posted on 6/24/09) (Posted on 6/24/09)