Summary: We've used disposable cameras before when snorkeling in Mexico and Maui. The photos aren't ever as good as a standard camera, but we've gotten decent clear shots that were usable. We got this camera for a kayak trip in Kauai to take photos on the river. The photos were all very fuzzy and we probably only got a few usable shots, and those aren't really very good. Beside the outcome, the operation of the camera was really strange.
Excerpt: A picture is worth of thousand words. I realised this when i bought Fuji’s FinePix F20 digital camera, last year. I have taken more than 1000 pics and now this digicam is part of my mandatory accessory when going out. Easy to handle, even to kids.
Summary: We took our kids to an indoor waterpark. It was very bright inside and we wanted to capture every smile and adventure that our kids had. We purchased three of these at our local walmart and figured for just under $10 it was a great price. The mixed reviews had me a bit concerned but these were the only water proof cameras they had...after the initial $30 to buy the cameras, I had to search for a place to do one hour photo development.
Summary: Considering we are used to digital photos now, the quality isn't the best but overall I was happy with it. The first and last picture didn't turn out so not sure if that had something to do with the winding knob. We used it when we climbed the Dunns River Falls in Jamaica so it was a great waterproof option besides taking your expensive digital camera at the risk of losing it.
Summary: My cat threw this exact camera into the water bowl on the floor and it was my absolute favorite camera. I never thought I could replace it and if I did find it that it might not be in good working order. Well I got it and it works perfectly and I am so very happy!!!!
Summary: I bought 3 of these for underwater pictures at Discovery Cove. Used in 15 ft of clear water, well lit. Every picture came out so gray you can't see anything. It may be waterproof to 35 ft, but what good will it do if it won't take a decent picture in light, clear, much shallower water. Don't waste your money.