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Waterproof compact cameras offer high resistance against water, extreme weather, and impacts. With a wide range of designs and features available, how do you choose the right one?
Waterproof compacts offer a simple and intuitive durable design combined with high resistance and durability, so you can take great pictures in any conditions. What they lack in manual exposure settings, they make up for with a wide range of preset modes.
Some models can record video in Full HD quality and slow motion. Other options include optical zoom and sequential shooting at up to 5 frames per second.
Travel fans will appreciate built-in GPS, which allows you to tag images or videos with your exact location, giving you have an overview of where the images were taken. Then you can use built-in Wi-Fi to share your snaps with friends and family.
Waterproof compacts allow you to take images at depths of up to 30m, can withstand falls from 2 metres, and can be used at sub-zero temperatures.
When taking pictures underwater, one problem is the level of reflection in the display. This can be limited by increasing the brightness of the display, which results in reduced battery life. Another way is to find an angle where reflection is minimal (with the camera in front of you, not underneath).
Be careful when taking your camera from a warm environment into cold water, as this can cause condensation to form inside the camera. You should also avoid using the flash underwater, as this often lights up particles in the water instead of the subject.
In addition to their small size, light weight and ease of use, waterproof compact cameras are also resistant to water, dust and sand. They are ideal for nature photography, holidays by the sea, and extreme conditions where there is a high risk of damage. All models offer the ability to shoot video underwater at depths of up to 12 metres.
Waterproof cameras are ideal for taking pictures on the beach, outdoors, or in extreme conditions. They are also ideal for families with children, where there may be a greater risk of the camera being dropped in the water. With the ability to film Full HD video underwater at depths of up to 12 metres, you can unleash your imagination and capture truly breathtaking underwater scenes.
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