Tammy Willinger "Avid Reader of Fantasy and Historical Fiction. Actually looking for new Historical fiction to follow. Well versed in the worlds of Dresden, Rachel Morgan, Sookie Stackhouse, Anita Blake, and Merry Gentry.", Amazon
22 April 2015
Summary: I've had this camera for 4 years now. It does what I expected it to do. I take it Kayaking all the time. It has a small lens and I compensate for that when shooting. The Natural setting is the greatest. Get true to life with it all the time.
Summary: I had the Fujifilm FinePix model just before this one and it took less time between pictures. I have to wait with this camera and often miss shots. I abuse these cameras with water and freezing temps and they hold up very well. Mine have taken some falls too.
Summary: Before you get the wrong idea, read the rightfully best-rated review by R. Zamudio, "Good adventure cam, especially for the price. August 14, 2011." This is actually my second XP20. I lost the first one in a wave while filming first-person videos of bodyboarding at Venice Beach.
Summary: I like this camera. It's not the best quality, but it really is waterproof! I actually found this camera while kayaking. It was underwater for who knows how long and still worked when I retrieved it from the sand.
Summary: I would never buy this as my sole point and shoot camera, I have a panasonic lumix and a Canon Rebel XSI. However, for my trip to hawaii it was perfect. I didn't want to spend a lot and I loved the look of it and it worked very well underwater.
Summary: I'm not going to take any Pulitzer Prize winning photographs with this camera, but it worked well enough for a vacation to the beach. Some have criticized it for the hard-to close waterproof latches, but I didn't have any problems with that.
Summary: I loved this camera. It has so many option when it comes to taking pictures. There night mode, under water & etc. I was looking for a camera would take pictures under water & this one fits my budget. The picture quality is awesome.