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Posts: 92 6/26/09 10:58 A
Ron, We have the sealife 800 with one strobe. Look at my pics on sparkpage and you will see some examples of the pics it takes. We delete tons of shots though and only keep a few good ones. I think it's that way with any lower priced underwater camera. The next step up is in the thousands so this one is certainly worth it's price. They do now have a new 10 megapixel model out now. One thing to be aware of is to definitely make sure your seal is free of any lint or sand when closing the camera case and strobe cover. We got some moisture in our strobe cover and it didn't work until it dried out, but it didn't ruin it, so we were happy. Renee
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Fitness Minutes: (33,184) Posts: 537 6/23/09 9:31 P
Knowing that a lot of you are diver/photographers, I'm wondering if anyone has experience (good or bad) with the Sealife dc 800, underwater digital camera. Thanks, Ron
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