Summary: The Pentax WG-3 GPS is, of course, a camera with a unique character. Its resistance to water, frost and shock is, of course, in itself already quite peculiar, but it must be added an extreme design, the presence of a variety of sensors (GPS, altimeter, barometer, compass, electronic level), a...
Pros: Robust and well waterproofed, The presence of GPS, Altimeter and barometer, Relatively bright zoom lens.
Cons: Only decent image quality, Autofocus is not very powerful, Not very intuitive menu. Extreme design is not for everyone.
Summary: The Pentax WG-3 offers a curvy, rugged design that can handle tough conditions with aplomb. Its lens is noticeably faster than most of its peers at its wide end, which allows for better low light photos. Its unique macro ring light and stand allow for extreme close-ups.
Excerpt: Having recently tried other digitalcameras designed for those who photograph underwater I did not expect too many surprises from the PentaxWG-3. Here in the introduction I can say that I was wrong, very wrong, as it has two features I have never seen before.
Summary: The WG-3 is the 15th generation of Pentax's ruggedized camera range, and it certainly shows. This is a solid product in more ways than one, both in terms of its build quality, ability to withstand most things that you could subject it to, and all-round handling and feature-set.