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Old 04-09-2012, 08:38 AM
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Default Re: Nikon Coolpix AW100 Waterproof Camera Review

Nikon released this camera like 2 days before I was ready to buy my Panasonic. ARGH!. I went back and forth with them but ended up going with the Pana over the Nikon. Both cams seem to be the choice of underwater though. I didnt know that the Nikon had a threaded filter adapter, that would have been a much bigger selling point to me.

One thing to get for yours, is a strap that is heavy enough to float your camera. I have experianced this first hand, it doesnt matter how waterproof or deep your camera can go if you drop it and it doesnt float.....
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