Summary: After researching dive camera options on-line and considering features, price, and user-friendliness based on other reviews, I decided on the Sealife DC1400 Pro Duo, which I found new for $800. Upon receiving it, I was pleasantly surprised to find that it came assembled.
Summary: Perfect, it was what we were looking for. The supplir should mention that the set is in a nice softbag. We nearly ordered a separate case for over USD 2K. Will use it on our next trip to the Maldives.
Great camera a must have for underwater impressive pictures!
9 June 2013
Summary: I researched and read many other reviews on this camera before purchasing. I just got back from a dive vacation and i love the pictures i took with it. It takes practice as all cameras do to use all the functions. But it also has the simple set up that also works very well!
Summary: Honestly it has better video underwater for diving than any other camera has; snokeling, it is pretty cool it standards exceed the go pro hero 1 and 2 however the go pr hero 3 i do not know!!, but its a great cam. with 32gb card it has 3 hrs of vid recording to last a whole dive.
Great camera setup for the amateur underwater photographer
18 February 2013
Summary: Setup is a snap compared to the DC600. Strobe is great compare to not having one, but you should get a diffuser for it to eliminate "hot spots." Battery life could be longer. Also, moisture munchers could be cheaper.