Paralenz Dive Camera

Plenty of cameras offer the ability to shoot underwater. Few of them were developed with divers in mind, and none match the convenience of the Paralenz Dive Camera. Most notable among its features is the depth-controlled color correction that automatically fixes the colors in the video based on the depth at which you're diving — no more green-tinted footage. It also senses depth and temperature and can overlay that information in your 4K videos. Its cylindrical, 161g body is made from military-grade aluminum and polycarbonate, giving it a depth rating of 200 meters, and built-in Wifi makes it a snap to share your latest aquatic adventure once you're back above the surface.

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