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Liquid Image Scuba Series (Medium)

Use the Underwater Camera / Video Mask for scuba diving, spear fishing, free diving and snorkeling. Capture vacation photos and videos. Use as a training device for instructional video or analysis of diving performance. Light attachment accessories available

Product #: 320

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You may be interested in the following product(s) instead:

Explorer Series 304     Scuba Series 318

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Liquid Image Scuba Series

Product Description

Introducing Liquid Image Video Scuba Mask HD320 - The world's only dive mask with an integrated waterproof HD 720p digital video camera plus still photographs at 5mp resolution.

The Liquid Image Video Mask 320 is a superb way to capture your scuba diving, spear fishing, free diving or snorkeling memories. This quality underwater scuba mask can be used at up to 130 feet (40m) below surface to capture 1280x720 High Definition video at 30 fps, and still images at 2560x1920. Keep your hands free as you dive!

Capture your lifestyle

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Don't hold back. Our standard Liquid Image VideoMask 320 kit includes 4GB MicroSD card. You can upgrade up to 32GB memory increasing the capacity to up to 36,800 photos or 960 minutes of video.

Take beautiful professional quality photos and videos.

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Video - 1280 x 720 HD 720P, 30fps
Internal Memory - 64MB
Capacity - Micro SD/SDHC up to 32GB
Certified to 40m (130ft)
Attachment for lights
Audio Recording
Transparent Black Silicon Skirt
Lever Buttons
2 Size Silicon Skirts - Large and Mid Size

Keep your hands free to snorkel or dive. The VideoMask makes it super easy.

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What's Included:

  • Digital Camera Mask
  • USB/Component Video (HDTV) Cable
  • User Manual
  • Carrying Case
  • 4 Energizer Lithium AAA Batteries
  • Silicone Tube
  • 2GB MicroSD Memory Card
  • ArcSoft Photo Impression Software
  • ArcSoft Video Impression Software
Add extra MicroSD Memory Card

Add a Light Accessory or Lens Filter to bring you underwater photography and video to the next level.


MPN 320
UPC 837254003200
Manufacturer Liquid Image
Optics Lens Type: 2G2P fix lens
Aperture: F/2.8 f=8.5mm
Angle of View: 54°
Lens Focus: 0.5m to 3m
Video Resolution:

720p: 1280x720 pixels, up to 30 fps

Sensor Type:

1/2.5" 5.0 Mega Pixels CMOS Sensor

Light Sensitivity: Auto: ISO 100-200
Video Format: H.264 with Audio
White Balance: Automatic
Audio Microphone: Built-in
Photo Resolution: 5 megapixel (2560x1920 pixels)
Photo Format: JPEG
Shutter Speed: 1/16 to 1/10000 seconds
Storage Memory: Internal 64MB NAND flash memory (for processing only - not for storage)
MicroSD card, up to 32GB capacity (SD/SDHC)
Average Recording Times: Video: ~30min/GB
Photo: ~1150/GB
Connectors PC Connection: USB 2.0 High Speed
HDTV Out: HD NTSC & PAL (component cable included)
Power and Battery Battery Type: 4x AAA Batteries
Battery Life: Lithium Batteries: Stills 2000 / Video ~2 hrs
Alkaline Batteries: Stills 500 / Video ~16 mins
Waterproof Depth Rating: 130ft / 40m
Additional Information PC Compatibility: Windows 2000/XP/Vista; Mac 10.4 or above
Display Status LCD Panel
Dimensions: 3.5" x 7.4" x 5.2" (89mm x 187mm x 133mm)
Weight: 12.7oz / 360g (including batteries & MicroSD card)
Operating Temperature: 32°F to 104°F / 0°C to 40°C
Humitity: 30 to 90% (when no condensation is visible)
Software: ArcSoft MediaImpression (PC Version Only)


Customer Reviews

  1. Great camera, sound could be better Review by Grand Slack

    I found the problem with the sound... my computer sound was turned down. I am definitely keeping this product. Great pictures for the price. I like to take videos from the surface as well as under water. It gives great angles from the surface. The sound however could be improved. I would like a stereo sound and one that could pick up conversations from more than five feet... but it is designed as an underwater camera. I know. (Posted on 25/07/2010)

  2. Excellent, but does it last? Review by Grand Slack

    The first time I used it everything was excellent. I use it for surface dives and filming from the surface out of the water. It picks up conversations out of the water and the sound of bubles in the water. My voice is louder than the others, but that was expected. The only drawback the sound is mono. The second time the sound is practically all gone all but the noise from my hands on the mask. I cannot tell where the microphone is on the mask and there is nothing I can find that helps in the little instruction that came with it.
    I am returning this product... but I am getting a new one! (Posted on 25/07/2010)

  3. Not bad, could be better. Review by mb104

    I just used this for the first time in a Pennsylvania quarry. I turned it on before entering the water, and turned it off after I got out almost an hour later. The video quality is very good, and it picks up audio well. The images are clear, and should be since it's advertised as high definition.

    Being this is a first edition (I hope they make some improvements in the next generation, so lets be optimistic), I hope a few changes are made in the next version. First, when seating the mask skirt under a hood, it is very easy to hit the button to change it from video to still image (or reverse), and it can be accidentally shut off. There is a blue or red light (depending whether you are shooting video or still images) that is difficult to see while wearing the mask. It is visible, just not clearly. It would be nice if there was a clear display a little lower. Also, each time I exhaled, the bubbles caused the mask and camera to shake, which is clearly visible in the video. As for the scope of view, the camera seems to be shooting higher than most divers are really looking. When checking my computer, all you see is the top of my console or computer. It would be nice if the camera was even a little adjustable, so it can be tilted up or down depending on what the user is doing.

    Overall, I'd say this is a hit! Even if there are a few negatives, I was really happy with this mask. I took it to 75' (not deep) for 49 minutes in 45 degree water, and it recorded the entire dive. I can't wait to use it off the Jersey shore for some wreck diving. Now if you can make one to go a little deeper! (Posted on 01/01/2010)


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