SeaLife has a new digital camera for those who like to spend their time underwater, the DC800. This 8 megapixel camera is capable of producing extremely sharp images at depths of up to 200 feet. When you get all shriveled up and head for land again, the DC800 can be used in dry conditions as well. Just remove the slim camera from the waterproof housing and you’re ready. There’s virtually no shutter lag with fast shutter time and quick-start.
Some other features are: Sea mode with 3 UW color correction settings, Ext Flash Auto mode for automatic exposure settings, Ext Flash Manual mode for manual aperture and shutter speed exposure controls, Spy Mode automatically shoots continuous pictures at set time intervals, 8 megapixel CCD sensor, 2.7″ LCD display, 20X zoom – 4X optical zoom plus 5X digital, SD/SDHC memory card slot, 22 Land modes, 640 x 480 video recording. The SeaLife DC800 will retail for $549.95 and is compatible with SeaLife’s other accessories.