Summary: I bought this hoping it could be used for a one time manatee swim on our Florida trip, and also be a digital camera for my 6 year old. we tested it and underwater the pictures come out as blue and red spots and is worthless.
Summary: C'mon, it's a cheap camera (more like a battery operated usb stick with a lens). Cut it some slack. We bought one ages ago and forgot we had it. Just prior to a recent holiday in Vanuatu I pulled it out and threw it into the bag with some batteries, just in case, not expecting much.
Summary: We love this camera! We bought 3 to go to the Galapagos. The pictures it takes underwater are equivalent to what you see through your mask. The pictures exceeded my expectations by a large margin. Not as good as my canon 30D but three cost less than the tax on the canon.
Summary: I bought this camera because it had underwater capbilites,and we were taking our computer on vacation and I thought it would be fun to review some pictures as the trip progressed. Considering the price..this camera did great! We snorkled everyday...and got some great shots..
Summary: you need a LOT of light for the camera to shoot the picture. we even had problems inside the house. it's a disapointing christmas gift and i would not recommend it at all. i didn't give it a 1 because if all the conditions are perfect, the pictures are pretty good and not very difficult to load onto...
Summary: I bought this camera for my daughter to take on a trip to Mexico (she wanted an underwater camera for snorkeling). The batteries were consumed by the camera so quickly (even if we shut the camera off) that she didn't even bring home any pictures. If the battery runs out, all pictures are lost.
Summary: I purchased this knowing that the quality would be "iffy" at best. However, I did think it would at least produce an image similar to cellphone quality. The shutter would only fire randomly and the batteries died immediately, as a result making it almost impossible to even get an image.