The newly announced Nauticam NA-D7000 is an underwater housing for the Nikon D7000, which allows you to take the 16MP DSLR down to a depth of 100M. It will set you back a bit on top of the D7000 sticker price though. The Nauticam NA-D7000 carries a retail price tag of $3100 and should be available at the end of this month (just in time to make it on your wish list).
[via Nikon Rumors]
If you missed out on making it to PMA 2010, but still want to catch almost everything in the Olympus booth, check out the video below. [click to continue…]
The Pentax Optio W90 is a 12.1MP point and shoot camera that features a shockproof, waterproof and freezeproof body, along with a 2.7-incd LCD, 720p HD video capture and a Digital Microscope mode with LED lights providing lighting for up close subjects. The W90 will include a carabiner for attaching the camera to a belt or backpack for quick access. Check out Photography Bay’s Pentax W90 Hands-on Review.
The Pentax W90 should be available in April 2010 at an initial retail price of $329.95. Check availability on Amazon.com.
Pentax W90 Reviews
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Engadget has posted a review of the Canon Powershot D10, along with some sample images and underwater video.
All told, Canon’s PowerShot D10 is a stellar adventure camera. It’s more than just a waterproof camera that’s only marginally larger than a standard P&S, it’s a rugged, lightweight shooter that should suit most everyone but the professionals in attendance.
With the new EWC10 camera housing, you’ll be ready for the pool side and the pool bottom this summer.
Norderstedt, April 2007 – Glorious blue sky and sea, rich green palms and shimmering white sand: a colourful scenario that every holiday-maker yearns for. Equipped with the bright red EXILIM snorkel housing EWC-10 for CASIO’s two digital compact cameras EX-Z75 and EX-Z65, aquatic athletes can now capture the resplendently multi-coloured fishes directly in the photo. Thanks to the perfect protection by the EWC-10, snorklers can take their EXILIM down to a depth of three meters. The housing is also the perfect companion on the beach, as it keeps sand away from the camera. The operability of EX-Z75 and EX-Z65 remains pretty easy with the EWC-10, as the individual control keys can be found on the housing. The new underwater housing EWC-10 from CASIO – a stylish eye-catcher and all-round protection for the two latest EXILIM Zoom models.
You can also find additional information at www.exilim.de/euro/ or www.casio-europe.com.