If you are coming here to Puerto Rico to do some snorkeling or scuba diving, then having an underwater camera to capture the amazing underwater scenes is a must. There are plenty of disposable cameras that you can take down a few feet and of course you could buy a waterproof case for your existing camera.
But what if you are diving a little deeper?
Today, I came across the Sealife SL321 EcoShot that the manufacturers claim can be taken down as deep as 75 feet; which (as a none diver) sounds like a lot to me. The camera does not have an optical zoom, but does offer a 4 X digital zoom and 6 megapixels.
I have not used the camera, but here are some of its features;
6.0 mp CCD Sensor – For sharp images
Depth Rated to 75ft / 23m
Shockproof Tested to 6ft/2m
Large 2″ LCD for easy viewing and aiming
Land & Sea – Exposure Modes for vivid colors on land or underwater
Video mode with audio
Spy Mode – Takes continuous pictures at set time intervals
Fast start-up time and shutter response so you donâ€™t miss the action
Long battery life powered by 2 AA Batteries
Instant Focus – from 2ft / 60cm to Infinity
Fully rubber armored for sure grip and extra shock protection
SD Card Expanded Memory up to 1 GB
4X progressive digital zoom (no optical zoom with this camera)
The SeaLife SL321 EcoShot is available at Amazon for $192 (affiliate link)
If 75 feet is not deep enough, SeaLife also offer the ReefMaster Mini (good for 130 feet) and the DC600 with 4X digital zoom (good for 200 feet)
Cheak out Amazon for more SeaLife Underwater Cameraâ€™s (affiliate link)