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Waterproof Digital Cameras

Slay your "Pics, or it didn't happen!" friends with a video of your whitewater rafting adventure, taken with a waterproof digital camera as it happened last weekend. Apart from providing evidence to the doubting Thomases in society, waterproof digital cameras give marine scientists a chance to explore the Great Barrier Reef, adventure travellers a tough camera that doesn't break down in a fall and everyone else a camera they can take to the beach or pool without worries.

Waterproof Versus Water-Resistant

The all-weather, fully-submersible waterproof camera takes singular images from any location in and out of the water, and is bound only by the camera's time and depth limit. On the other hand, the water-resistant models are not submersible but live through rain and snow, and spills by kids.

Rugged Build

To reduce the risk of damage, waterproof digital cameras have an additional protective layer so as to get through the harshest and most demanding environments. When used as expected, such cameras usually survive falls, freezing temperatures, moisture and dust with barely a scratch. In addition, some of the underwater models have dual protective frames that withstand shock and crushing for up to 100 kilogrammes.

Type of Waterproof Digital Camera

Record a cinema-quality video of your canoeing prowess with a waterproof action digital camera, while an underwater camera is the perfect mate to take with you scuba diving. The waterproof point-and-shoot digital camera has easy-to-use controls and is lightweight and compact enough to slip into your pocket to save space, while the advanced features on a digital SLR camera that has a longer-lasting battery allow you to fine-tune your image to perfection.


Use Wi-Fi to send an image on your camera to a nearby laptop to analyse it on the bigger screen, or to control your camera remotely in conditions when you'd rather not be close to your subject. Check your depth limit with a manometer on an underwater model, and use the image stabilisation feature in action cameras to take shake-free images in fast-paced situations.

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