If you are tightening your belt, it is only practical that you get a cheap underwater digital camera. People nowadays are on a budget. This is not new. That is why manufacturers make it easier for people to get the models they want at cheaper rates. People should know though that even if they get cheap underwater digital camera, this must still have the quality that they want and deserve. This is to make sure that they get their money’s worth.

A cheap one can go as low as $200. The normal price is $500. But if you know how to canvas and how to get the best deal, you can get one for around $200. Now that will give you a lot of savings. Manufacturers help potential customers by giving them the options. First and foremost, they must know that kind of underwater digital camera they are looking for.

For example, let’s have a look at the Olympus camera. Olympus sells an Olympus 850 which is one of the best underwater digital camera from their line. The Olympus 850 comes in black and silver and is constantly on high demand. But it can be obtained at a cheaper rate. If you are looking for one that is shockproof, waterproof (naturally), and freezeproof, then this is the one for you. But then again, Olympus is not the only brand that sells these type of cameras that have these features. So this is where you eventually look at the price listings. The convenience of the Internet is that it allows you to canvas online. You get to see the features that you are thinking of getting.

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Nikon Coolpix s8200 digital camera has extended lens with flash. This is a super zoom camera from the house of Nikon. This camera was launched in August 2011 and has become a favourite among photographers. If you have decided to buy Nikon S8200 digital camera then you have made a smart choice. This camera offers almost all the features that one would require to take good photographs. This camera has been selling like hot cakes and photography lovers have been making a beeline for it since its launch. If you are searching for Nikon coolpix s8200 best buy then you should search the internet for best deals and bargains. This camera has lots to offer to its customers and you should make the most of it. Check out the details of the camera before you buy Nikon coolpix s8200. Here is a look at it features in detail:
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Ifyou want to learn more about photography, you may consider using either a Prosumer digital camera or a DSLR camera. Both cameras can be used for professional photography. At a glance, Prosumer digital cameras and DSLR cameras look the same. However, they are different in terms of functionality and features.

Here is a comparison of some key aspects of both cameras, namely the body, features, sensor, lens and functionality, to help you better understand the difference between a Prosumer digital camera and a DSLR.

1. Prosumer digital camera

· Body

Thephysical appearance of a Prosumer digital camera is similar to a DSLR, making it difficult for you to tell them apart. Usually Prosumer cameras are smaller than DSLRs. The body is ergonomically designed which makes it convenient to hold. Usually, Prosumer camera lenses are the same size as DSLR lenses. This camera is great for amateur photographers, because it has features that are similar to those offered by DSLRs but relatively cheaper in price.

· Features

The features are similar to those offered by DSLRs. The program setting can be adjusted manually so that your creativity is not limited by the automatic setting. It also has the ability to record videos and offers a Live View feature.

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Digital cameras are everywhere these days, especially those compact varieties that fit in your pocket or purse. You can take it everywhere – and with an underwater housing, now you can take it underwater too! However, you may have come home from a recent dive trip disappointed in the overwhelming blue hue saturating your photos. The goal here is to provide a few tips and techniques – in plain English to help you get some satisfying shots.

1. You’ve got to use the right tool for the job. That compact digital might take awesome high-resolution photos on land, but the underwater environment throws in a few additional challenges that we need to deal with in order to get a good shot. Compact cameras are usually more suited to macro shots and fish close-ups. To capture that wide-angle reef scene in any color other than blue, you need a wide angle lens and probably an external strobe. Going after shots suited to the equipment you are using will yield more successful results making you a happier diver.

2. Slow down. It is extremely difficult to find a subject, avoid scaring it away, compose your shot, and take the picture when you are swimming a million miles an hour around the reef. Especially when shooting macro, focus on one or two coral heads and find those cleaner shrimp, arrow crabs, and nudibranchs. Close-ups of fish eyes or faces make for interesting abstract shots too. Take several pictures of the same subject and pay attention to composition.

3. Built-in flashes are evil. Do you have a bunch of backscatter in your shots ruining that otherwise perfect picture? The culprit is that built-in flash. On compact digital cameras the flash is located so close to the lens that it illuminates any particles that are in the water, and then your camera records all that backscatter at 10+ megapixels! How do you avoid this? There are a couple of options. You can either stay shallow and shoot with ambient light (no flash) and a color correcting filter, or you can get an external strobe and angle it at about 45 degrees above and to the side of your subject so those particles in the water are illuminated from the side, not the front. You may need to do a little creative engineering to sync your strobe to your camera. You will also need to cover or deflect the built-in flash so it does not affect your shot. If your housing does not come with an attachment to cover or deflect the built-in flash, duct tape also works great for this purpose.

4. Get close. You think you’re close to your subject? You probably need to be closer. Three feet or less is ideal. Why? You need to be close because water absorbs light. You already know this from your regular diving – as you descend through the water column, the water absorbs the reds and oranges from the ambient light, and you are left with cooler colors, such as blue. Well, the same principle applies horizontally through the water. The light from your strobe has to travel to the subject, illuminate it, and then travel back to your camera lens. If you are more than a few feet away from your subject, the light is simply absorbed, and that strobe is just as good as dragging dead weight around. Also keep in mind the effect of refraction. Water makes an object appear 33% larger and 25% closer (4:3 ratio), so what appears to be three feet away is actually four feet away. Unfortunately strobes don’t care about refraction, so you have to get a little closer than you think in order to properly illuminate your subject.

5. Think about composition. Fish tails do not make for interesting photos, even if it is the tail of the rarest fish on Earth. Shoot at upward angles, rather than looking down on your subject…and stop chasing those fish! Follow the Rule of Thirds for visually pleasing photographs.

6. Stay off the bottom! Buoyancy is key in diving, especially when taking underwater photos. By maintaining neutral buoyancy, you will avoid stirring up sand or silt in the water column, thereby keeping the water as clear as possible and helping to minimize backscatter issues. You also won’t be labeled as “one of those” photographers who plants themselves on the reef, damaging coral and disturbing reef creatures, while trying to get the perfect shot. No photograph is worth damaging our beautiful and fragile reefs and wrecks.
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The year 1981 was the benchmark year for the Sony digital camera, when the company introduced the prototype Mavica (Magnetic Video Camera) that took still images and stored them on floppy discs. The images could then be viewed on a television monitor in the maximum highest possible quality for television screens at that time. Seven years later, Sony launched the consumer version of the Mavica, which paved the way for greater innovations in digital cameras.

Another eight years would pass until Sony introduced the first Cyber-Shot model with a 1.8-inch liquid crystal display screen in 1996. Then, in 1998, a further innovation was introduced when Sony developed a digital camera capable of storing images on external memory rather than on the erstwhile internalized storage.

Sony introduced several more innovative digital cameras in the succeeding years, but they had all been effectively point-and-shoot and bridge cameras, targeted towards the casual photographer. While Sony had already developed a single lens reflex camera in 1988, it was not for the serious photographer, as it was limited to a fixed lens.

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Electronic equipment has developed at an alarming pace over the last few decades with everything becoming faster and smaller. Portable handheld electronics have seen major improvements with mobile phones, portable gaming devices and digital cameras all improving on what they are capable of. Mobile phones have developed far beyond their initial purpose with the smartphones of today incorporating GPS, Internet, camera and social media applications. Handheld gaming devices have also come a long way since the black and yellow display of the Nintendo Game Boy. Touch screen, Internet access and even glasses free 3D are all featured on the devices that are available right now. Even the simple digital camera is still seeing improvements. Whilst constant improvements to image resolution are common place with all manufacturers, digital camera companies have had to look at other ways of developing new improvements to make their cameras stand out in a crowded market.

The Canon IXUS 115 HS 12.1 mega pixel camera might look like any other ordinary digital camera but this camera performs an extra little trick with each photo you take. Every time the shutter button is pressed and an image captured, a 4 second mini clip before each photo is also taken. This feature is known as ‘Movie Digest’ and means that you will have a movie relating to each photo you take so that you have a reminder of what led up to each particular photo. Whilst not a ground-breaking feature, it’s an additional little bonus that could provide plenty of little memories to watch in future years.
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For nearly a decade, Sony has been a leader in digital photography beginning with the DSC-50 and its floppy disc storage to all-digital models such as the DSC-W350 which is capable of modes that, a few years ago, were reserved for high-end digital single-lens reflex cameras and the like.

The Sony DSC-W350 camera includes many features one normally associates with cameras costing much more. The DSC-W350 features a 24mm wide-angle uses sharp Carl Zeiss optics. The heart of the DSC-W350 is its proprietary BIONZ processor that makes it an easy-to-use “point and shoot” camera. the DSC-W350 features a large 2.7-inch LCD for easy image framing. Also, the DSC-W350 features impressive 14.1 MP imaging.

Its advanced features include “Panoramic Sweep Mode”, where you press the shutter while sweeping across a vista. The DSC-W350 images continuously and stitches them into one image. In addition, the DSC-W350 features “Dynamic Range Optimization” and Optical Steady shot – auto stabilization mode where gyro control eliminates camera shake and blur on zoom shots of distant objects. In the “Intelligent Auto Mode”, an algorithm tests the background lighting and snaps clears, sharp images even in tough background lighting and low-light. “Intelligent Scene Recognition” cycles the DSC-W350 through nine lighting modes so that the right mode is applied to the image. This feature includes auto and advanced imaging. Auto imaging takes one clear image, while advanced imaging takes three images and selects the best one.
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