Underwater Cameras:Discover A Whole New World Underwater
Posted by Nick Niesen on October 26th, 2010
It is a known fact that over seventy-five percent of our world is covered in water, this world has just as many interesting things to take pictures of and is always changing with every ripple and wave. Underwater cameras are a great way to capture these scenes that are ever changing. Underwater cameras are great for deep-sea divers and the snorkeling community alike. They are also a great type of camera to take to the pool or lake to sneak a few pictures of the local wildlife in the water and around the water. No matter if you are new to using an underwater camera or picture taking in general, the water has a lot of offer and just waiting to be seen.
These types of cameras are not to be confused with a normal camera that is used every day on land. An underwater camera is specially made to be able to be completely submerged underwater and able to take the pressure surrounding it and has a waterproof casing. The underwater camera also takes the same great quality pictures on dry land in rough and rugged conditions, but it has advanced features for a water setting.
Underwater cameras come in all shapes, sizes and film format. Many digital cameras that are made for the underwater environment come with a viewfinder so you can see exactly what you are taking a picture of and what your camera sees. There are still a great line of underwater cameras that use film that needs to be developed and they work just as well as a digital camera and take the same great picture. The smaller underwater cameras are normally very good for up to two hundred feet to four hundred feet while the bigger cameras are made for deeper regions of the waters.
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