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The package does include a waterproof case, but it's a big step backwards from last year. Forget SCUBA; I routinely dive deeper than that when I snorkel.
Sony's old waterproof case (on the AS15) had you protected up to a depth of 60 metres. Sony wanted to cut the bulk down, but it's way too big of a compromise.
It can shoot video at up to 1080p at 60 frames per second (or 720p at 120fps), and at a bitrate of up to 50Mbps.
Go Pro needs some competition, and no one's positioned better to provide it than Sony.