The Fuji QuickSnap Marine Waterproof works great in a pinch. I had to write this camera review, because I am very impressed with the results of this Fuji one time use underwater camera
I had been planning for this trip to the Caribbean for some months in advance and knowing this coral reef from previous trips I had time to check my under water equipment. Well as it turned out in the rush at the last minutes I forgot my underwater cameras. So with great trepidation and fear I bought a Fuji Disposable Under Water Camera. I was concerned with the quality of said camera and the ISO seems too high at 800 and I thought it would have lots of grain. Well to my great surprise this camera preformed better than I had thought possible. I am sure it helped it was an extremely clear day and no a lot of people were visiting this off season day. So if you are in a pinch and forgot your head and need to shoot in a coral reef or a bath tub and forgot the cameras you know work well under water, give this camera Fuji onetime use under water camera a try. It worked better than I believed possible. Fujifilm Fujicolor QuickSnap Marine, Waterproof 800, One Time Use Disposable Camera with 27 Exposures of Fujicolor Superia X-TRA 800 35mm Film, Waterproof to 17 Feet
Film FUJICOLORSUPERIA 800 (ISO 800/30°) 135 24 + 3 exp. Lens 32 mm f/10, fixed focus lens Shutter Speed 1/125 second Exposure Conditions Outdoors on sunny or overcast days Subject-to-Lens Distance Open Air: Beyond 1 meter (3 ft.) (Outdoor daylight bright or cloudy-bright)
Submerged: Between 1 to 3 meters (3 to 10 ft.) (Outdoor bright daylight clear water) Finder (of the main unit) Inverted Galilean-type Plastic Lens Finder Water Resistance (Pressure) Depth of up to 5 meters (17 ft.) Size 73 (H) x 133 (W) x 42 (D) mm (2 4 /5 × 5 1 /4 × 1 2 /3 in.) Weight 170 g / 6 oz.
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