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Now we’re getting there – what a piece of kit.
Although it actually gets off to a rather inauspicious start.
Bond is not impressed, after all the first underwater picture was taken as early as 1856. In 1914 the first underwater movie was filmed. Jacques-Yves Cousteau had been busily promoting more versatile equipment since 1957.
But his wasn’t able to take rapid shot infra-red pictures in the dark. So ner.
There are obviously lots of Underwater Cameras about now. We couldn't find one that took infra red pictures, but many are cracking bits of kit without anything like that. We had a good look around and Amazon seemed to have four of the better deals.