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Old 07 November 2002, 06:59   #51
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Keith your usual powers of deduction appear to be failing you.
Smoke and Mirrors is the answer.
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brian,

thanks for the interesting pics.

I am more or less certain on the Canon A40 Powershot with underwater housing as I also dive. Will prob get the 256mb card in the near future aswell.

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Self timer obviously Keith.
You dont want my ugly physog in the picture as well do you?
Also has movie mode, panoramic stitch mode...........
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Brian,
Where did you get the underwater housing from - is it a Canon part or made by someone else
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No it is a standard Canon product.
It is a WP-DC200S Waterproof Case 30M/100ft.
Incidentally, unlike the Sony Movie housing I have, this case allows the full function of all of the cameras controls, including playback!
That impressed the hell out of me as you would normally expect to only have access to a sub-set of the controls once the camera is inside the housing.
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I have or rather my other half has a Cannon G2 camera and would highly recommend it . It takes superb shots both during the day and during the night , however, the manual takes some reading but this is unavoidable with such high tech gadgets. It even has the facility for short movie providing your memory card is big enough. Just the thing to order from Santa
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