Nearly 250 divers from 38 countries contributed ideas for the Paralenz Dive Camera ($599), which captures high-definition video and 8-megapixel photos.
The camera weighs 5.6 ounces, so it can easily attach to a mask strap. It logs the dive and the photos, so users know at which depth they shot which image (and can share that info with friends via an app). And in what Paralenz calls a first, the camera auto-filters for lack of light at various depths — meaning photos never come out murky greenish-blue.
The Paralenz is waterproof to 656 feet, well past the recreational scuba limits most boaters use.
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