Plaza Create Co. in Japan has launched a waterproof digital camera that is actually recyclable. It’s called the ECO Digi Mode. The camera will be able to take 3 megapixel shots, sports a 2.4-inch display and even has a flash. You can snap pics to a depth of 3 meters and can do 50 pictures.
After you’ve taken your 50 pictures of Jellyfish humping, just transfer them to a CD for safekeeping, then delete them from the camera and send it out for recycling, where the LCD and flash unit are reused in the next camera so some other guy can take pics of fish. Sounds like alot of work, but nobody said love of the environment was easy. The ECO Digi Mode can be found in Japan for about $18.