Summary: Generally speaking, I've been very pleased with Casio's line of cameras. I've owned several different models, due to the fact that I've managed to misplace a few and decided to upgrade while looking for a replacement.
Summary: I bought this camera and I found that not save my preferences in the menu. I should to set it up again and again. I live in Argentina and It's to expensive to return back the camera for this problem. I never put it in water or snow but under rain and the seals are ok.
Summary: I've had the camera for a year now. A few months ago the whole top part fell off and bellow it was severely rusted. Sent it away to Casio and the turn around on repair was quick. The new top is a slightly different color/texture than the rest of the camera.
Summary: The first time I used this waterproof camera was in a swimming pool. After about 10 minutes splashing around in 2 feet of water, water got it and the camera broke. I was pretty pissed off since this was on day 1 of a vacation in Tahiti in which I intended to use this every day.
Seemed solid, failed within an hour, Casio replaced it.
Ryan L. Fauchoux, Amazon
17 February 2010
Summary: I am now updating my original review of this camera. After dealing with Casio Canada's tech support I received a replacement camera in the mail. Casio paid for shipping both ways and was prompt with email replies once I was dealing with one individual and his manager.
Excerpt: I haven't seen this camera yet. It looks as if it has the same features as the majority of the waterproof cameras out there like Pentax, Olympus & GE with a nice look to it. They're claiming that there the thinnest but in all actuality, they're not.
Summary: Yo después de haber disfrutado como un loco con mi Sanyo Xacti-E1, cámara que graba en HD y fotos a 6 megapíxels y en la línea de las todoterreno (sumergible, antishoc, etc., pensé en reciclarme, pero quise ir un poco más allá y no integrarme tanto en el tema vídeo y buscar algo que aunque híbrido...