Digital cameras are must have for majority of people. To be able to capture various special moments in people’s lives like birth of the child, birthdays, school happenings, weddings and others are very important. Even ordinary, everyday things became special when you get back to those pictures after a while and remember what was up around that time.
However, for people who lead an active lifestyle, full of adventures and unpredictable places that they attend to, ordinary digital camera will not help. Extreme places with extreme weather conditions like cold, snow, moisture and even underwater conditions ask for waterproof digital cameras resistant of not only water but also many other things.
Like most of Canon’s point-and-shoot camera range, the Canon PowerShot D10 has most of the common features such as the DIGIC 4 processor, iSaps technology, face detection timer, auto contrast correction, red eye correction, image stabilizer and blink detection. The quality of the images taken was very good, thanks to its wide array of shooting modes. Some of the shooting modes include Snow, Sunset, Foliage, Aquarium, Underwater, Slow Shutter, Fireworks, Beach, Indoor, Night scene, and many more. This model does not have a lens cap so you will have to be careful to not scratch the lens. Many people, including myself, have been eagerly anticipating the release of a waterproof/weatherproof compact model from Canon for quite some time now. To put it in a nutshell, Canon has once again managed to delight us with the release of the Canon PowerShot D10.
Are you looking to get some great underwater shark pictures in your quest to be National Geographics next big photographer? Or maybe you just want a camera that you don’t have to worry about around the boat, beach or pool. While you can get an additional add-on waterproof case for some existing camera, they can be expensive, bulky and awkward to both pack and use. Why not get a camera that’s already waterproof without needing to spend extra money on accessories.
Are you the kind of person that hangs out in a lot of cold, wet, and sandy places? Apparently the good folks at Olympus think some of us do. So much so, that they’d like to convince you how much you need to buy the Olympus Stylus 790SW Waterproof Digital Camera. My first reaction upon reading about the waterproof, shockproof, freeze-proof (really?) and sand-proof features of the 790SW, was hey that’s a nice idea. My second reaction was what’s so special about that, and shouldn’t all cameras be built like that to start with?
Hearing so many great information about Canon D10, I was immediately convinced to purchase one for me. I normally go mountain climbing on weekends and need a reliable camera that would stand on changing weathers that is common on mountains. When I read on one of the reviews that it can take crisp photos on different weathers, I did not hesitate to get one. Looking at its photos online, the Canon D10 looks handy enough for any adventure and the price is ideal for a good quality camera from Canon.
You’re someone who, given your choice, would grow gills and fins and become a denizen of the deep. You live for those magical snorkeling and scuba excursions, and long to find a way to communicate the beauty of the underwater world to your landlocked friends. So why not treat yourself to a waterproof digital camera? Well, because there isn’t one.
Maybe you can’t buy a waterproof digital camera, but you can buy a waterproof housing for the digital camera you already have, making it safe too transport underwater without any risk its being ruined or your being zapped with an electrical shock. And paying for waterproof housing is certainly a more attractive prospect than paying for a waterproof digital camera.
Looking for a multipurpose and handy digital camcorder? Then you should certainly think of buying a water resistant digital camcorder. A water-resistant camcorder enables you to have on the land as well as marine picture shooting and video recording. If all these features were what you were looking for in a digital camcorder then below are some models of camcorder which might just be of your interest.
We live in an amazing time, a time in which technology has allowed us to do just about anything we want. This is definitely true for photography. A hundred years ago, you had to stand still for several minutes to take a portrait – and you would not have fun trying to take that camera underwater. But with the modern-day invention of waterproof digital cameras, you can do that and more. Isn’t technology cool? In this article, I will talk about waterproof digital cameras and what they can offer you. Who knows? By the end of this article, you may be on your way out of the door to pick up your own waterproof camera!
Ever wanted to take your camera to unlikely places? Now you can with the Olympus Waterproof Digital Camera, that is correct, you can now take your camera underwater, without fear of losing data or precious technology and money. Whether you are going on vacation, or simply taking photos in the backyard pool, this device is going to take the world of travel and leisure to all new heights, or rather all new depths. Never before could you take shots underwater without getting shocked or having wasted your money as the camera breaks from damage. You can now take your digital photography to all new places, easily and without major financial hardship, or you can stay in the stone age.
The Canon D10 is waterproof (yes we know that already by the title silly) so that means taking it along with you when you dive the coastline in search of the sea’s wonders. Any good in the water? Well, yes it actually is. I have come across many user feedback posts that state that the camera takes great pictures underwater. Very clear and bright LCD makes it easy to view your pictures and aim your shots.
The Olympus Stylus Tough-8000 combines the durability of a tough metal body along with a shock-absorbing system to survive almost anything. Weighing in at 7.1 ounces and measuring 3.7 x 2.4 x 0.9 inches the camera fits into a large pocket. Coming in silver, blue and black the camera’s body is entirely metal and grips well in a pair of gloves. Featuring Olympus’s Tap Control the camera uses a 2.7-inch LCD and also has an LED light for darker situations.
If you are able to spend a bit more money on your waterproof digital camera then you may want to consider the Sealife DC500 digital camera. This is a great digital camera for professionals and for scuba divers who want something that is able to handle a bit more depth. This came is able to go to an astonishing 20 feet and features 5mp CCD for quality resolution, rechargeable lithium battery for extra battery life, and video with sound….
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