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Old 10-01-2010, 12:09 PM
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Default Some Under Water Shots w/Pentax W80

I just got this camera a couple weeks ago and have been having a ball messing around with taking under water shots. The quality isn't the absolute best but it's a fun feature.
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Very cool!
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Default Re: Some Under Water Shots w/Pentax W80

Very nice. What camera are you using?
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Default Re: Some Under Water Shots w/Pentax W80

Yat: Excellent work! My new camera has underwater capability, but I have yet tried to experiment with it, I gues I better get with it.

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Default Re: Some Under Water Shots w/Pentax W80

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Very nice. What camera are you using?
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I must get one of those, love the pics.
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I must get one of those, love the pics.
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Yat,

Way cool on the pics! The last pic is great; must have been a sunny day. Some great colors for underwater shots; keep taking pics and posting them.

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Default Re: Some Under Water Shots w/Pentax W80

Cool pics YatLarry told me we would make pics everytime he falls into the water
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Default Re: Some Under Water Shots w/Pentax W80

Can't speak to the 'quality' of the photo's, but your 'subject's' would have strongly preferred to be left out of the scene.
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Default Re: Some Under Water Shots w/Pentax W80

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.
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