Has anyone tried a sealife underwater digital camera?

Discussion in 'Mirrorless Digital Cameras' started by hearst, Aug 9, 2003.

  1. I'm interested in an undewater digital camera because I have had a
    very difficult time framing an image with a Nikonos. I'd appreciate
    hearing about experience with the Sealife dedicated underwater
    digital cameras - both quality of images and ease of avoiding
    flooding.
     
  2. The sealife's are at the pretty low end of the underwater spectrum but they are pretty inexpensive. I would vote for one of the Canon S40, s45 , s50 in the canon housing. The housing is pretty small, just clip it to your BC and away you go. The sealife's have pretty low resolution and horrible shutter lag, the Canon's are much better IMHO.
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  3. Hi Joe,

    I agree with Bill - Canon / Olympus are better option.
    I have the Canon S-45 + case WP-DC300. I'm very pleased with the results.

    I found interesting investigate before purchase that at www.digideep.com and into the forum at www.wetpixel.com.

    Have a look, nobody uses sealife ...

    Regards,
     

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