Η ΠΡΩΤΗ ACTION CAMERA ΑΦΙΕΡΩΜΕΝΗ ΑΠΟΚΛΕΙΣΤΙΚΑ ΣΕ ΔΥΤΕΣ, ΦΤΙΑΓΜΕΝΗ ΑΠΟ ΔΥΤΕΣ ΓΙΑ ΔΥΤΕΣ!!
250M / 820FT / 26 ATM
Auto, 3 different fixed WB and DCC (Depth-controlled Color Correction)
LiPo – 1600 mAh / 3+ hrs recording (1080p – 30 fps) /
2+ hrs recording (4K – 30 fps)
4k-30 FPS / 2.7k-60 FPS / 1080p-100 FPS / 720p-200 FPS
WiFi (app connection), Bluetooth (future accessories) & USB 0.5” OLED
MOV – H.264 codec
64 GB or 128 GB Micro SD-card (Class: U3 or V30) – not included
Recordings made underwater are tinted green or blue, unless you use a color filter.Paralenz´s patented DCC automatically corrects the colors to match the depth you are at.
Paralenz is the first underwater camera with a pressure sensor. It can display real-time depth and temperature as an overlay in your videos and pictures.
Color filters must be changed whenever you change depth, and they absorb a lot of the light. Paralenz doesn’t need filters! It gives you all the light and less task-loading.
Paralenz has vibration feedback so you can feel what the camera is doing. No need to look at the display, as each function has its own distinctive vibration pattern.
We keep it simple with just one button! For underwater cameras, magnetic switches are the best choice – they work under any pressure and without penetrating the camera body.
“Push-buttons” on underwater cameras are too small and give too little feedback through your gloves. Paralenz' interface works even with thick neoprene mittens.
Diving is a one of a kind sport that places extreme demands on the gear. Paralenz looks and feels like regular dive gear, is made from military grade aluminum and extremely durable.
By applying the right design and materials we have eliminated the need for an extra housing - giving you a smaller more waterproof camera, with a lens that never fogs over.
It´s nice to know that your diving gear has a safety factor, that is why you can record and log your dives all the way down to 250 m / 820 ft. This underwater camera is suited even for the extreme.
Under water, the angle of the lens matches up perfectly with the size of the sensor, giving you warp free videos with nice straight lines – but still angle enough to record almost everything in front of you.
The underwater cameras large 1/2.5” image sensor is developed especially for low light by SONY. This, and the fact that you need no filters delivers brighter recordings than any other underwater camera.
Nothing beats good buoyancy control, and slow movement when it comes to getting steady videos from an underwater camera, but the EIS gives you a big push towards getting smooth videos.