The XS7, pictured above, features a professional CMOS sensor capable of capturing 720p HD video or 5MP still images, a 2″ full-color touch screen display that allows for immediate viewing of images and video, and a waterproof case that protects the camera in up to 10 meters of water. On second thought, maybe you can take this camera with you when you play waterpolo.
The XS20 also shoots 720p HD video and 5MP still images, is waterproof for up to 20 meters, has battery life for three hours of shooting, eight built-in LED lights for shooting in low light, and motion detection sensors that can initiate recording when sensing movement. For that last reason, it also works well as a security camera.
Finally there’s the XS100, the baddest of them all. It can capture video in 720p, 960p, and 1080p, and still images up to 16MP. It’s waterproof for up to 10 meters and features professional low-light performance. The shock-proof exterior and distortion-free ultra wide lens allows for high quality video even in extreme situations. You can adjust the frame rate for things like burst shooting and time lapse shooting. There’s an auto-rotating G-Sensor so the camera will always try to capture a good shot, despite its position. Finally, every HD video is dual-recorded, giving you a smaller file that’s easier to upload and share on the Internet.
The cameras will be available in mid-October for $69.99, $99.99 and $199.99