SeaLife Camera History
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.
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2014 – 2015
Capture the beauty of the undersea world with the first permanently sealed, flood-proof underwater camera. The Micro HD+ has no doors or openings that could possibly leak.
2013 – 2014
Designed specifically as a self-contained underwater dive camera, the compact ReefMaster included an external Mini Wide Angle Lens and the latest color enhancing firmware.
SeaLife Mini II
2011 – 2013
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.
2010 – 2011
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.
2009 – 2010
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.
2008 – 2009
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.
2006 – 2008
The SeaLife DC600 underwater digital camera featured 6.1 MP, a large 2.5″ display, and enhanced exposure modes for bright, colorful images.
SeaLife Reefmaster Mini
2007 – 2009
The rugged and compact SeaLife Reefmaster Mini shared all of the features of the ECOshot, but with an increased depth rating of 130 feet.
2007 – 2008
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.
2005 – 2006
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.
2003 – 2005
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.
2003 – 2005
The SeaLife DC300 continued the rubber armored body of the previous model, and increased to 3.3 MP for sharper image quality.
2003 – 2007
A reusable, 35mm film waterproof camera, the Sharkdiver was the ideal low cost dive and snorkeling companion.
2003 – 2005
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.
2002 – 2003
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.
2002 – 2003
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.
2001 – 2008
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.
SeaLife Reefmaster CL
1999 – 2004
The SeaLife Reefmaster CL followed the same design as the previous Reefmaster RC, but introduced a clear waterproof camera body.
SeaLife Reefmaster RC
1999 – 2005
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.