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 Shoot video on the ski slopes with camera goggles

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Date posted: 10/01/2010

Liquid Image, a company which made a splash last year with diving masks featuring a built-in still and video camera, now has its lens trained on the ski slopes.

The California-based company plans to release a pair of ski goggles this year which have a digital camera mounted in the middle.

"The Summit Series is going to come out in June, just in time for next year's skiing and snowboarding season," Daniel Silveira, a Liquid Image spokesman, said at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

Silveira said the camera on the ski goggles has about two hours of video recording time and 16 gigabytes of storage on a micro SD card.

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