General Imaging has unveiled the G3WP digital camera, the company’s first waterproof point-and-shoot camera. It sports a 12.2-megapixel sensor, 4x optical zoom and 4.5x digital zoom so you can get those shots of sharks and other sea life without having to get too close.
Some other features are a 2.7″ LCD display and 116MB of internal memory if you run out of space on your SDHC memory card. There’s also PictBridge connectivity, smile, face and blink detection, image stabilization and automatic red eye reduction. That’s enough for any underwater adventurer.
The G3WP will arrive this month for $200 and comes in blue, grey and red.