Aquabotix HydroView Submarine HD Camcorder for iPad

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Now you can dive into deep water without ever getting wet with the Aquabotix HydroView submarine camcorder.

Scuba diving not only takes a lot of practice, but it’s also never racking for many of us. This awesome little contraption will dive to depths of 100 feet sending 1080p video and high quality still right to your Apple iPad. The gadget is remote controlled of course, and features LED lights to illuminate the ocean floor for better clarity. Don’t worry about this thing running out of batteries while it’s under water either as they is a full display that includes the battery life along with water temperature,  depth and a slew of other data.

You can purchase your HydroView now from Amazon.

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