Fujifilm FinePix XP60 Review

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The Fujifilm FinePix XP60 comes equipped with a 16MP lense (about average for this category of camera) and is a solid buy for somebody who doesn’t need GPS or WiFi in their waterproof cam. It is waterproof up to depths of 6 meters (20 feet ), shockproof when dropped from a height of 1.5 meters (5 feet), freezeproof  to cold weather at 14°F or -10°C and dustproof.

Using the FinePix XP60, one can capture full HD (1,920 x 1,080-pixels) and it has a maximum frame rate of 240 frames/second, meaning you can capture everything that passes in front of the camera.

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Sony Cybershot DSC-TX30 Review

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For such a slim and fashionable camera, the Cybershot DSC-TX30 is surprisingly well-equipped to handle tough conditions. For example, it can function for up to an hour at a depth of 10 meters underwater. It also defends itself against dust and dirt, and has been droptested at a height of 1.5m and survived that just fine.

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Canon PowerShot D20 Review

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It took Canon three years before coming out with an upgrade to their popular Powershot D10 model, but the Powershot D20 has finally arrived. While it would have been great for Canon to upgrade the D20 to more than 12 megapixels, they have improved on the Powershot in a number of other ways.

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Polaroid iSO85 Review

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The Polaroid iSO85 is a shockproof, freezeproof, dustproof and waterproof camera that floats. You do not get any advanced features like the others in its class but it still takes pretty pictures. Simple and easy to use, its features are stripped down and basic but this cam works just fine for those requiring only a good picture taker in a tougher-than-average package.  The  iSO85 is also one of very few and perhaps the only camera on our list that features dual LCD screens at both its front and its back.

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Olympus TG 830 iHS Review

Olympus TG 830 iHS review

The Olympus TG 830 iHS has been dubbed to be lifeproof by the makers of the camera and this conclusion is based on the fact that the TG 830 iHS is waterproof, dustproof, shockproof, crushproof and freezeproof. Being life proof does not mean a compromise in performance as well, it has a 16MP highly sensitive and high-speed BSI CMOS sensor, a TruePic VI Image Processor, high ISOs and quick shutter speeds, quick start up times, to ultra fast shot-to-shot intervals and blazing autofocus. Add to that, it can automatically detects the subject, lighting and situation, has super resolution zoom, has the ability to record videos and still images at the same time, reduce camera blur caused by walking or breathing and so much more.

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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TF1 Review

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Advertised as being resistant to the roughness of life, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TF1 is not afraid of water, and can be operated down to a depth of up to 10 meters for 60 minutes. This waterproof ability also makes it dust-proof and according to the US Department of Defense Test Method it is shockproof as well, having been drop-tested from a height of 1.5 m and dropped on a 5-cm thick plywood board. Even freezing cold temperatures of – 10°C or 14°F are not an issue but battery runtime may be reduced at low temperatures.

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Panasonic Lumix DMC FT25 Review

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For such a casual looking camera, you wouldn’t expect the Panasonic Lumix DMC FT25 to offer the rugged performance that it does. However, the DMC FT25 is as ruggesd as it gets, at least among cameras in its class (waterproof camera). So, no, it’s not the GoPro HERO3 but it does perform quite well under pressure.

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Ricoh WG-4 GPS Review


If you love adventure and love taking lots of pictures of these adventures, you can rely on the Ricoh WG-4 GPS. Ricoh bills it as an “adventure-proof” camera that is as tough as they come, with waterproof abilities as deep as 14 meters and the ability to withstand temperatures of -10 degrees Celcius.

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Nikon Coolpix AW110 Review

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We have probably all had an electronic that has fallen victim to the elements, be it sand, snow, or water. However, for all the havoc that Mother Nature can wreck on our precious pieces of tech, the Nikon Coolpix AW110 can probably withstand the worst of it. Accidental exposure to water is probably the number one reason why electronic device might break down, but it the AW110 this is not an issue. In fact, you can even submerge it down to a depth of 59 feet. The cold does not bother the AW110 either and it can still perform well in weather as low as 14° F.

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