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As you look over the camera history of SeaLife, you'll notice all of our products have something in common - they make great images easy to obtain. At SeaLife, our goal is to develop innovative underwater cameras and accessories that make underwater photography easily accessible.
Have a question about one of the cameras below? Looking for a manual? Need repair information? Visit the technical support section for answers and information on all of our products.
Waterproof to 130 feet, rubber armored and built to survive drops, the Mini II was an ultra rugged camera and the perfect companion for any outdoor activity.
With ergonomic "Piano Keys" instead of buttons, advanced color correction modes and 12MP, the SeaLife DC1200 took point-and-shoot underwater photography to the next level with beautiful underwater photos and video.
The SeaLife DC1000 introduced the "Easy Set-up Mode," making amazing, colorful underwater images easier than ever before. The DC1000 also featured 10MP, 5x optical zoom and an updated ergonomic design.
Featuring 8MP, five dive specific color correction modes, and a sleeker, modern design, the SeaLife DC800 was a major advancement in entry level underwater photography.
The SeaLife DC600 underwater digital camera featured 6.1 MP, a large 2.5" display, and enhanced exposure modes for bright, colorful images.
The rugged and compact SeaLife Reefmaster Mini shared all of the features of the ECOshot, but with an increased depth rating of 130 feet.
SeaLife introduced the world's first truly shockproof and waterproof digital camera with the ECOshot. Depth rated to 75 feet and shockproof up to 6 feet, the ECOshot was the perfect compact camera for the active outdoors and watersports enthusiast.
SeaLife's line continued to grow technologically with the DC500 underwater digital camera. The camera featured a new metal and rubber armored body design, 5 MP, 3x optical zoom, a large 2" display and a "Shark Mode" that greatly reduced shutter lag.
The SeaLife DC310 underwater digital camera featured 3.3 MP and the same rubber armored body as previous models but introduced new 8-button advanced controls for getting even more color and quality out of each image.
The SeaLife DC300 continued the rubber armored body of the previous model, and increased to 3.3 MP for sharper image quality.
A reusable, 35mm film waterproof camera, the Sharkdiver was the ideal low cost dive and snorkeling companion.
The SeaLife DC250 used a rugged, reinforced rubber body to provide a solid grip for the photographer. The camera shot 2.1MP images and accepted wide angle and macro lenses.
The SeaLife DC200 digital underwater camera continued the ground breaking features of the DC100, and featured an increased depth rating of 200 feet that opened up divers to a new level of underwater photography.
The first of many digital underwater cameras in the SeaLife line, the DC100 featured 1.3 MP, 2x digital zoom, and a depth rating of 100 feet.
With a fully automatic one-button operation and a growing line of accessories and lenses, the SeaLife Sportdiver was a strong value and a fantastic way for divers to get started in underwater photography.
The SeaLife Reefmaster CL followed the same design as the previous Reefmaster RC, but introduced a clear waterproof camera body.
One of SeaLife's earliest film cameras, the SeaLife Reefmaster RC was an innovative waterproof camera with a depth rating of 164 feet and easy to use controls.