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Anyone have a point and shoot camera that is "supposed" to be waterproof? Like it or no? Recommendations?? There are times I think one might come in handy, especially when I don't want to expose my 50D to potentially wet elements. LOL
A friend and I both purchased the D10 for a recent boating trip. The pictures are crisp. Water pictures work out as long as you realize that the shutter speeds are slower due to lower light and while snorkeling as an example it is impossible to hold still. A friend found that the LCD screen did not work until thoroughly dried after a water encounter. But, worked again later. I found that in intense light setting when using the camera in a portrait position I lost the LCD screen. Have fun choosing. They come out new and better all the time.
I purchased a Canon D10 in August and I must say that I am totally impressed with the quality of the pix it takes. I took it to Cancun last month and even took some underwater ones of the floating seaweed just to see how it would do. After getting out of the water, I immediately rinsed it off under the fresh water beach shower and have had no problems with it since. I'm glad I got it; saves me taking out my 50D in less than ideal conditions.
The video portion takes great fireworks videos too. I put it on the tripod and let it video away, only moving the camera when needed, but that is usually not needed if I set the height at the beginning in the right "sky range".