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Shoot and Swim with Rugged Waterproof Cameras

Posted on Friday, June 11 2010 @ 05:20:07 CEST by


Now that summer is in full swing, chances are you're spending time near a beach, in a pool or at a cottage - so why shouldn't your digital camera or camcorder go wherever you go? "Waterproof" is the buzzword this year - and for good reason - as there are plenty of options available for those who want either a compact point-and-shoot digicam or high-definition video camera (or both in one device). But before you pick up a waterproof model, be sure to read how deep you can go in a pool, lake or ocean. Most can handle about 10 feet, while other models can go as deep as 33 feet (some waterproof cases for existing cameras can go as deep as 130 feet). In other words, waterproof cameras are more ideal for snorkeling than scuba diving; they're also great for swimming, boating, fishing and waterskiing.

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