Las Vegas, NV. January 5th, 2014 - Liquid Image announces the OPS Swim Goggle Camera for freediving and swimming at the 2014 CES Unveiled show.
The Liquid Image OPS Swim Goggle features a wide angle lens, 3.0 MP Camera and HD 1080P (1920x1080) Video at 30 fps plus an additional HD 720P (1280x720) Video mode at 60 fps for smooth underwater motion. The wide angle lens is positioned to the side to capture the action in High Definition while swimming or freediving. This model will be on display and available for demonstration during the 2014 CES Unveiled Press event January 5th and at the International CES show in Las Vegas from January 7th – 10th. The upper right side of the goggle along the strap connection point contains a button for On/Off/Video Mode in the back and another button toward the front for recording still images. To record a photo or a video, simply turn on the camera with the back button to place it in standby mode, press the back button again to start/stop the video. When the camera is on in standby mode, press the front button to record photos. Pressing the back button and holding for 2 seconds will power down the camera. An LED indicator light inside the goggle signals the recording action to the user with a single blink for recording a still image and continuous on/off blink for recording video.
The memory compartment can hold up to 32GB micro SDHC, to record thousands of still images or hours of video. The camera includes a rechargeable battery and mini USB. Estimated battery performance is over 1.5 – 2.0 hours of HD video.
The OPS Swim Model 330 has an SRP of $119.99 and is estimated to ship in May 2014 and will be available throughwww.liquidimageco.com