underwater

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]

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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…]

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Pentax Optio W90

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.

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Casio EWC10

by on April 3, 2007

in Gear,News

With the new EWC10 camera housing, you’ll be ready for the pool side and the pool bottom this summer.

PRESS RELEASE:

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.

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