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Old 17 August 2007, 08:26   #1
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Cameras with image stabilisation

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Old 19 August 2007, 15:34   #2
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There's a very good waterproof shock proof digi out there, think it's Olympus. Will get the details, its got incredible image stabilisation control.
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Just bought one, an Olympus mju770SW. Bit on the heavy side, but hopefully won't stop working when the girlfriend drops it (unlike the Panasonic Lumix )

I've already tried it underwater and the results weren't too bad. Apparently the only one of it's kind on the market. Possibly has a few too many scene modes, which are all hidden behind a menu, rather than a dial.
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Just bought one, an Olympus mju770SW. Bit on the heavy side, but hopefully won't stop working when the girlfriend drops it (unlike the Panasonic Lumix )

I've already tried it underwater and the results weren't too bad. Apparently the only one of it's kind on the market. Possibly has a few too many scene modes, which are all hidden behind a menu, rather than a dial.
These were taken with the Olympus camera. As you say, the menus take a little getting used to, and once or twice I've even had to resort to looking at the book! Otherwise, I'm very happy with it.
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Old 23 August 2007, 05:20   #5
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Great, thanks

As we sit here in UK looking a three day holiday weekend in the face, the rain pours down, the wind blows and I have the lights on!

We need waterproof for general use!

Your pictures are great, can't imagine living in the sun!

Thanks for sharing them with us.

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