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Default Re: Some Under Water Shots w/Pentax W80

Hey Trout!
I got it online for around $200. Normal shooting is pretty good although all these point and shoot cameras do have a tendency toward recording a bit more noise (grain). It shoots 12.1 mega pixels. The macro setting focuses down to 1 cm, you'll need a tripod at that range. The video is 1280x712 @30fps.
Google Pentax W80 to find online deals.
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Default Re: Some Under Water Shots w/Pentax W80

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What did you pay for that camera? Does it take video? In HD? How are the above water "normal" shots? How is the macro setting? Sorry, to drill you with questions... just started shopping for a camera for everyday and fishing use.
I have a Pentax W80 also. I bought it on Fleabay for less then $200 and that was the additional warranty as well. Yes it shoots video, but I haven't tried it yet.
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