GoFish Underwater Fishing Camera

Jul 24, 2015

Category: Tech

We’ve all seen underwater fishing cameras before — they’re nothing new. But, the GoFish underwater fishing camera adds full 1080p and other great features that will ensure you never miss a shot.

The GoFish underwater fishing camera simply sits on your fishing line and captures footage while you’re reeling ’em in. It also uses built-in infrared lights, a stabilized camera and a 170 degree wide-angle lens. The device also has a built-in microphone to capture the sounds of the deep, as well as a waterproof body (up to 150m). Footage captured with the GoFish is saved to a microSD card, which can then be shared via Wi-Fi through an official GoFish App to all of your social social networks. The device will last for up to 4 hours, and uses a rechargeable lithium ion battery. The GoFish is available now to early backers on Kickstarter for $115, and is expected to be released in Q1 2016. [Purchase]

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