toine at repiuk.nl
Thu Jul 1 12:21:18 EDT 2010
I probably try it under water in the swimming pool or fish pond, it
sure feels strange after inspecting the seal in the battery door which
locks with very little pressure. The manuals warns not to jump in the
water with the camera and to avoid waves hitting the camera. At least
I'll feel secure when taking family pics in the rain or snow.
On 1 July 2010 14:20, Leon Altoff <leon.altoff at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Toine,
> I bought one of these for underwater use (as have several others in my
> group). It does work well, though the battery life while snorkelling
> is limited and it's not easy at that point to change the battery. My
> only other complaint is the working distance when doing macro, but
> this is true of all little point and shoots (and why I still lug a
> DSLR around with me). The images are surprisingly good though.
> Years of looking after equipment made me very nervous the first time I
> deliberately put it underwater however. It still feels strange, but I
> don't have to fight myself to do it (I just have to make sure I don't
> get too much in the habit and end up putting my K10 underwater one day
> when I'm not thinking).
> On 30 June 2010 04:00, Toine <toine at repiuk.nl> wrote:
>> Found a nice sample of the Optio W60. This little P&S is annoyingly
>> good, sharp in the corners, very little CA and fringing and an
>> impressive zoom (28-140 mm 35mm eq)
>> Tried several Optio's in the past and it was never what I really
>> wanted. This one could be it!
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