Nikon Coolpix AW110
Announced Jan 29, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | 28 – 140 mm (5×)
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I am considering 3 underwater cameras for an upcoming BVI trip that will include alot of snorkeling. I have read many reviews..and most focus on general picturetaking. I have a Canon Rebel for those non-rugged pictures so my use of this new camera will be for taking picures around and underwater and when snow skiing primarily. My main concern is ease of taking the picture ...and clear, color, correct pictures underwater. I will probably blow some of them up..and I know this is an issue with...
hey all -- I would like to get my new husband a camera to take on our upcoming honeymoon. He is a nikon kinda guy and generally shoots concerts using a D300 with a whole host of lenses. He also has a Fuji X100 as a 'point and shoot' for walking around town etc. I know that he will likely end up taking both of these camera away with us (cambodia and thailand - everything from off road motorcycle tours to snorkeling) but I would like to buy him something in a lower price range for the...
Have a Nikon AW110 for few days now and all seems good except for the compass. The GPS, maps, point of interest all work, but the compass stays stuck on North, won't change to the round compass when flat and displays an "Unable to correct compass" message when trying to correct the compass. Any suggestions?
Hi all, Currently own a Nikon D300 for more serious photography, and an old Nikon Coolpix s52C for situations where I don't want to bring the full sized dSLR, but I've never really been that happy with the image quality from this camera. So, an upcoming trip to Maui has inspired me to look into underwater photography options - started looking at underwater housings for D300 but cost is prohibitive. Then stumbled across waterproof compact cameras. I'm thinking that this would hopefully be...
Going to Disneyworld in July with a family of 5 (kids are 8-13). We've been there previously and I have taken a DSLR in the past. Though I got some great photos, it was a pain to carry around (literally) and I was always worried about it. There was never one lens that suited most situations, and I'd really like to avoid lugging around a lot of weight/bulk. With that in mind, I'm looking for recommendations for a camera to take to Disneyworld that will meet most of my desires: COMPACT -...