The worlds most advanced compact underwater digital camera system is currently the DX-1G (based on the Ricoh Caplio GX-100 digital camera).
With it you can take photos up to 10 megapixels, using a 24-72mm wide-angle-to-telephoto lens even in RAW format not just JPEG.
Some features include: Vibration Correction, 3x optical zoom and 4x digital zoom, 2.5-inch LCD, super macro mode as close as 1cm, A (Aperture Mode), P (Program Mode), M (Manual Exposure Mode) and 2 Custom modes (MY1 and MY2), as well as Manual focus capability for additional control in critical low-light or intense macro conditions. Considering all this, I can say that anyone who wants to make a deal out of underwater photography, beginner (hobbyist) or professional photographer, will be more than satisfied with this camera.
From the press release: “The DX-1G is the result – offering SLR functionality, performance and features without the bulk, hassle and weight of an SLR system.”
Accessories: package SEA&SEAs YS-110 DS-TTL strobe; package YS-27DX strobe; Wide-Angle conversions lens (#SS-52116) available that offers super wide-angle images of 16mm (35mm equivalent), Lens Caddy (#SS-60104), DB-60 Li-Ion battery (#SS-831016) and Battery Charger (#SS-8 3 1014).
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