I was very impressed with this camera when I bought it 5 months ago, and I took 1500 pictures with it before I took it snorkeling. On the first day I took it no more than 3 feet under water and only pressed the ON/Off button and the shutter button and all was OK. On the second day I tried to change the camera setting about three feet under water to enable the underwater mode and the flask. That is when TG320 froze up and the LCD went dark. Salt water leak! I dried the camera with a towel ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
at Sears and Amazon. I bought it in preparation for some snorkeling in Maui, were I don't want to risk a better camera near the beach or in the water. After the first battery charge (it lasted for 160 pictures) here are my preliminary conclusion: a) The TG320 may not be as good as my old Nikons III, but with proper care it should be OK in the rain, sand and for snorkeling. The TG320 uses a single seal door to close the SDcard/connector access. Carefully inspect the seal and wipe off dust ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
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