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SeaLife DC1400 14MP HD Underwater Digital Camera Waterproof up to 200 ft. (60m)

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  • "Piano Key" controls for easy operation. 5 large buttons with big shutter and zooming lever for easy camera control, even with gloves on
  • Easy Set-up mode - Easy 1-2-3 graphic on screen guide -takes the guess work out of setting up the camera for great pictures
  • 6 Underwater Modes for sharp, colorful underwater pictures under any conditions. Includes 4 built-in digital color correction filters
  • Expandable with one or two SeaLife Digital Pro Flashes (SL961) and Photo-Video Lights (SL980) (Note: SL970 wide-angle lens will vignette)
  • Spy Mode - The camera automatically shoots continuous pictures at set time intervals
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: SeaLife
  • Model: SL720
  • Optical Sensor Resolution: 14 MP
  • Optical Sensor Technology: CCD
  • Optical zoom: 5 x
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 5.3 x 37 inches ; 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005OFICTW
  • Item model number: SL720
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,335 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 11, 2011

Product Description

The 14-megapixel SeaLife DC1400 Underwater Digital Camera combines diver-friendly design and six underwater color modes for sharp, colorful photos and HD video -- underwater or on land. Features include: Large, easy-to-use controls, 200 ft. (60m) depth rating, 6 underwater modes, HD video mode, 26mm wide-angle lens, optical image stabilization, 3.0-inch LCD, shock-resistant rubber armor, fast shutter response time, and much more.

Customer Reviews

Very happy with photos!
Tressa
The biggest complaint I have is the shutter DELAY.
Vicki Huber
The pictures and video work great.
Regnold

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

156 of 156 people found the following review helpful By barefoot_tom on May 19, 2012
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You have at least 3 choices for underwater photography:
1.) Use your current digital camera inside a GOOD underwater housing, like Ikelite. The problem with
this technique is that your current "land" digital camera probably doesn't have underwater settings.
You will most definitely need filters for underwater photography, whether it is for snorkeling or
diving. You must filter out the blue so that the exposure is long enough to capture some of the red.
You can't just use photoshop to subtract the blue and add the red; without filters, there is no red
to add. The photo is all blue. The Sealife has 4 digital filters; blue water snorkel and dive, and
green water snorkel and dive. I have never used the "green" settings. Snorkel subtracts a little
blue, dive subtracts a lot of blue. Advantage: Great camera. Disadvantage: No underwater settings.
2.) Buy a "rugged" camera. All the big name manufacturers are coming out with waterproof cameras, some
good to 40 feet or so. These cameras produce excellent pictures; Canon for example is legendary for
photo quality of its digital cameras. Problem is, these manufacturers have NO experience with
underwater cameras. Read the reviews; they flood constantly. The o-rings are flimsy, access doors
are too easy to accidently open underwater, the reviews are just horror stories of cameras flooding.
Having a camera that produces great images is not good if it floods. Advantage: Great camera.
Disadvantage: numerous case failures (read reviews).
3.) Buy an underwater camera from someone that knows how to do it! This is my 3rd Sealife; I've had the
reefmaster, the DC1200 and now the DC1400.
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35 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Jason on March 17, 2012
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I absolutely love this camera. I himmed and hawed about which camera to buy and finally decided to go with this camera due to the piano key buttons. I just completed a dry suit dive in the Columbia River at a balmy 37 degrees Fahrenheit and had no issues. The camera took wonderful pictures, stayed totally dry in the housing, and the buttons were easy to use, even with heavy gloves in COLD water.
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47 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Craig on May 1, 2012
The good: the waterproof case works great, and the "piano key" buttons make the camera really easy to use under water. Videos captured in very shallow water are cool.

The bad: none of the automatic settings seemed to work well. The camera took FOREVER to capture an image after the shutter was pressed: nature doesn't just sit there and wait. Autofocus worked maybe 5% of the time. The flash rarely provided proper exposure. And, their flash trigger mechanism wastes the energy expended from the built-in flash rather than leveraging it to decrease shadows.

The ugly: the photos, especially when viewed at 1:1, were horrible and pixelated. Colors were trashed. It doesn't matter how many MP you have if all you're doing is capturing junk. I'll try to upload some samples.

Edit: I finally posted some photos. Check out the 1:1 views -- ouch.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Vicki Huber on March 6, 2013
I am not happy with this camera. The biggest complaint I have is the shutter DELAY. It's horrible. Over and over again on the dive trip I was on I missed aquatic sea life due to it swimming away before the shutter worked. I urge caution if you are thinking of ordering this camera, if you aren't satisfied with it you will NOT get 100% of your money back unless SeaLife determines there's a manufactures defect - which there's not, it's just a slow shutter.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Yvette Graham on August 27, 2013
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We got the camera for Christmas for a dive trip in January. The camera has a very slow shutter response. By the time the camera fires the sealife is long gone. We thought we were not operating the camera properly since it was new. Second dive trip the flash stopped working. We were beyond the Amazon return date. Tried to contact seller, no response!
Update. While we never heard from the Amazon seller, we did have a great response from Pioneer Research, great customer service! Needless, to say we will never purchase from the vendor in the future.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ed on January 7, 2013
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Did a lot of online research before purchase. This seemed to be the best underwater camera for the price. Worked well on my daughter's trip to Belize. Excellent underwater pictures.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By heather on January 15, 2014
After reading the reviews I decided to purchase this camera. Now for the review:
For a novice like me, who use to use the cheap underwater camera's this one was a HUGE improvement. I love my underwater camera. My father bought a great surface camera, an expensive case from Ikelite or something, a red filter and then a bar to hold the camera on. That set up was almost twice what I spent on mine and I got the camera, the NEW sea-dragon flash (love it), the bar to hold it on, the extended flex arm and the fish eye…for LESS. And my whole set up was lighter and SMALLER than his. His case alone was 3x the size of mine and he couldn't keep his camera strap on and at one point, the camera wasn't positioned just right so he didn't get any pictures. And when it was all said and done, out pictures were about the same even though his camera has more mega pix. My photos are beautiful, colorful, and with a little added computer help, I was able to filter more blues and greens out. I was finally able to capture the beauty I see for my friends and family to view.

The not so good: yes the shutter takes some time. You can of have to 'follow' the subject for a bit. But I found my father was doing this as well with a fast shutter speed…lets face it, most fish don't sit around so you kind of have to anticipate where they will be. also the camera seems to work better underwater. I didn't care for a lot of the surface pictures I took but did really like the underwater ones.

Other than that, I really love it….But again, it is great for a notice like me.
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