Thereâ€™s nothing new with the SeaLife ECOshot waterproof digital camera, itâ€™s the same camera we mentioned last August. Itâ€™s just that SeaLife does not want you to forget that there is such a camera.
So, by way of a press release through PR Newswire today which says SeaLife is introducing this camera, the company really wants us to remember that this 6-megapixel shooter shoots underwater, can dive up to 75 feet deep, and wonâ€™t mind a few drops from eye-level, on land.
Itâ€™s got SpyMode; you can leave it under the sea to automatically take ocean life pictures every 5 seconds or every 5 minutes, depending on how you program it, and it will continue to shoot until its memory cards runs out or you press the shutter again.
The ECOshot camera is fully rubber armored not only to withstand tough conditions but also for sure-grip handling. And speaking of handling, the camera also features large accessible shutter and menu buttons, easy to press even if youâ€™re wearing gloves like an astronautâ€™s.
So, there. SeaLife has that camera, and donâ€™t you forget it. (Oh, thereâ€™s something new, alright; that SeaLife logo is new â€“ as of October 2007.)