SeaLife has announced an update to their flagship camera with the DC1400 HD.
The camera is claimed as the “first high-definition underwater camera” with specs of 14 megapixel and capturing videos at 720p. The camera and housing (which is included) is depth rated to 200 feet, well beyond recreational diving limits.
The big draw of the DC1400 is its compact size and ease-of-use: It measures in at less than three inches thick and less than six inches wide, weighing 18 ounces.
The DC1400 is now available and retails for $529.95 (camera and housing). For more info, check out the official SeaLife website.