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Who says you cannot go swimming with a camera in hand? With advanced technology never ceasing to amaze us, underwater cameras are a rising star in the electronics world. Many waterproof cameras come with all the features and benefits of their non-submersible counterparts. A standard waterproof model typically sports a 2.7-inch LCD screen, 16 MP, auto and manual settings, and is designed to ensure all of your underwater adventures are captured for years of enjoyment.

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About Underwater Camera

Underwater cameras make it possible for divers and snorkellers to take photographs whilst in the sea, a swimming pool, a lake or a river. Most of the large photography brands offer a waterproof camera as part of their catalogue. The Canon Power Shot D20 can shoot HD video in 1080p, weighs only 228 grams and has a 5 x optical zoom. The D20 also has an inbuilt GPS system which can track the location that your photographs are being taken. The Fujifilm FinePix XP60 weighs only 165 grams, so it is a much lighter unit than the D20. It is much smaller in size, the screen measures only 2.7 inches wide. The Nikon Coolpix AW110 has built in WiFi, so you can upload your pictures as soon as you've taken them.It also features a 16MP CMOS sensor, which takes photographs that look sharp on the 3 inch screen. Underwater cases can be added to normal cameras to make them waterproof too, meaning you don't have to worry about the cost of a new camera when you can adapt the one you own. Underwater cases come in different sizes which fit a range of cameras from SLR cameras to small hand held models. Some companies, such as Kodak produce disposable underwater cameras that let you take the camera on a one off holiday and get the photos processed in a traditional way. This option means you don't have to spend a lot of money on a camera that you might only use once or twice. The Kodak disposable camera, as a specific example, is able to take photographs up to depths of 50 feet.