Found this on some advertisement I receive via email, and thought "I want one of those!" Not going to actually buy one, as I never actually go underwater, or anything. However, cool idea.
Post other stuff that you would like to have, but most likely would not use/buy. Or do something else, ofc...
Liquid Image's VideoMask captures 720x480 pixel video and 5-megapixel still images in watery depths of up to 65 feet. The camera lens and buttons are mounted atop durable tempered glass goggles, which are marked with crosshairs to help line up shots and convince nearby sharks that you're already dead. An LED light inside the mask alerts divers about which shooting mode is activated. Aquatic footage stores safely in a 16-megabyte internal memory and on an in-camera microSD/SDHC memory card, and the data uploads to computers via an included USB cable.
- Captures 720x480 video and 5-megapixel still images
- Operates at depths of up to 65 feet
- Goggles made from tempered glass with built-in crosshairs to line up shots
- Buttons positioned on the top of the mask turn the camera on, select the shooting modes, and capture footage
- LED light inside the mask alerts users of the shooting mode
- Included USB cable downloads footage directly to a PC, Mac, or HD coral reef
- Built-in 16-megabyte internal memory with microSD/SDHC card slot