Summary: I upload a slideshow of underwater photos recorded by Canon D30. I mainly use this camera for underwater macro photography of my reef aquarium. By default, the underwater camera mode removes the blue tint of a photo. As a result, my photos appear a bit reddish.
Excerpt: Picture quality is not what I expected from a camera in this price range. It appears that all the cost went into waterproofing the camera. The other problem I had was the placement of the lens. It is very hard to hold the camera with two hands and prevent a finger from partially covering the lens.
Summary: Since I got the Camera, I've been putting it through its paces. I've gone diving with it in freshwater down to 40ft and took it with me into the ocean. No issues with water getting into the camera and has been taking fantastic pictures so far.
This Avid Photographer and Canoeist's Constant Companion.
J. DeHority "Coach, Shutter Bug and Fan", Amazon
25 July 2015
Summary: I had a Canon D10 that I loved. Took lots of pictures of swimming (snorkeling) and boating activities with it. Sadly after many clicks of its shutter the camera began getting frequent "lens errors" during power-up. I replaced it with this Canon D30.
Summary: This camera worked great for us - no issues at all with the seals leaking. I did my due diligence and read reviews and researched prior to purchasing this camera and I learned that ALL waterproof cameras should be rinsed thoroughly with fresh water and dried thoroughly prior to opening them to...
Excerpt: I have used the previous PowerShot D10 underwater camera and loved it! I was thrilled to see an updated version with a easier to hold shape and stabilization features. I have taken some fantastic underwater pics. My friends can't believe the quality of the photos.