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>> Brian Tong : What's up guys? Brian Tong here at CES 2010. And what I have here, this is a part from a liquid image, it's from the wide angle scuba series. And what this is, is a camera in these goggles. It's a 720 P video camera that shoots at 30 frames per second. Also, you can change it over to a still camera, with a little quick flip of the button right here, and you'll see it changes in between red and blue, which defines it as still mode or video mode. That's a 5 mega-pixel camera in here. Also you have these light accessories if you want to blow things up, just right in your eye. It also has a focal range of half a meter to 3 meters. But if you are really a water sport person, I was just in Hawaii, I love looking at the fish, this is the part for you. Now these guys will be priced at $350 dollars, coming out around in May. But, check it out, there's a swimming pool here at the Venetian, I think I'm going to try these guys out.
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