An open water dive is one of the most sensational experiences you can have in a lifetime. You can let yourself impressed by amazing wildlife, unspeakable colours and surprising sounds of these underwater creatures. It comes without saying that such an experience will make you want to capture it somehow, in order to share it with others or to savour it over and over again. This means they need a camera. But what camera should you get and how do you use it to capture those precious underwater moments?
Are You Looking To Buy A Camera?
Are diving and snorkelling part of your regular activities and hobbies? Do you think that you’ll have plenty of opportunities to use your camera? Perhaps you consider learning the art of diving from professionals, so that you can take this hobby to a new level. Or maybe you just want to create cool memories from your family diving holidays and trips, for example the Kinabatangan River Tour, and enjoy owning a camera and a photo kit to use as you wish.
If money is not a big issue, consider taking a look at the Olympus Tough! TG5 with waterproof housing. You’ll pay about £620 to call this camera yours, but it will be well worth it. This model is waterproof to 45 metres. The camera is rugged and durable. It provides excellent noise control and colour processing.
For a bit under £400, you can get the Nikon Coolpix W300 which is waterproof up to 30 metres without the need for housing. The wide zoom range and the high resolution monitor recommend this camera as being the right tool to take some extraordinary shots. We do love this camera, hence our decision to rent it time and again!
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