Point, Shoot, and Help

Limited edition underwater camera sales to benefit cancer research.

Limited Edition Pink SeaLife underwater camera

Courtesy of SeaLife Cameras

If you're in the market for a waterproof camera, you can bag two birds, so to speak, during the month of October, thanks to Pioneer Research, the makers of SeaLife cameras. The company plans to donate $5 to a breast cancer research organization for each Limited Edition Pink DC1400 camera sold.

The SeaLife dive camera takes either high-definition 720p video or 14-megapixel still images. Enclosed in its waterproof housing, the camera has been depth tested to 200 feet. Removed from its case, the DC1400 fits in your pocket and makes a great point-and-shoot camera.

The DC1400 has a 5X optical zoom as well as an auto focus macro lens that will focus to within one inch of a subject. Stabilization technology reduces image blur caused by hand movements on land. And, its rechargeable lithium battery is good for about one hour of continuous HD video or up to about 200 photos. The system includes 20 megabytes of built-in memory and can accept a 32-gigabyte SD/SDHC card.

The Limited Edition Pink camera retails for about $530.

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