Summary: I bought this camera 2 1/2 years ago and used it in Florida. The pictures were equivalent to a disposable but I did get some very nice pictures once I learned not to move too quickly. Last year I tried to use the camera and had a little problem with it but it seemed okay.
Summary: I didn't get alot of chances to use it, but when I did, it performed like it said it would. The only complaint I have is that it takes to long to take the actual picture and it was difficult to tell when it actually did take the picture.
OK camera for price but works for underwater quite well!
Kristen S. Smith, Amazon
31 December 2013
Summary: -can't really see what you're doing under-water so I just snapped at random things and hoped for the best. The case is solid, if you close it properly and move sand and gunk out of the seams it works flawlessly. My pictures from the grand cayman came out great!!!
Summary: So I didn't want to get a "good" camera for underwater use on Galapagos trip, and, I DIDN'T!! Body molding does not inspire confidence when I removed from blister-pack packaging, but didn't leak water at all.
Summary: The first two times I tried to use the camera the pictures came out fuzzy and unuseable. I attibuted it to user error, as I tried to learn a new camera. The third time water filled the screen on the back.
Summary: Purchased this for a cruise that included some underwater shore excursions. Really could not see the screen under water, had to guess at what you were getting when you took a picture. I was very disappointed in this camera. It did work, it was waterproof.
Summary: The camera takes good pictures when everything is just right, but it is difficult to see how they are turning out because the LCD Screen is so dark. When taking a picture, it is very hard to tell when it it takes so you just keep snapping. It may get better after I have used it more.