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Digital Camers

Postby hardcorecaver » May 23, 2007 10:09 pm

I was looking for a digital camera for caving. I want to get a good but not expensive camera. One that has good quallity and is durable. Does anyone have any comments.thanks
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Postby fuzzy-hair-man » May 23, 2007 10:20 pm

Your best bet is to look in the Photography section and post this topic in that section where it will probably get more responses

that said here are a few topics:

Ther are probably more but I didn't see them at first glance
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Postby YuccaPatrol » May 23, 2007 11:03 pm

There are a few compact cameras now that are water/dust resistant. I highly recommend one of these for caving. My Pentax Optio W-20 is great because I am never afraid to take it out and get that photo no matter how muddy or wet it is in the cave.
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Postby VACaver » Jun 5, 2007 7:38 am

My Nikon Coolpix L-3 has been great. For $150, it's been an excellent caving camera. One thing, shoots a little dark, so open the exposure to 1.3
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