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  • Brand Name: Goldline USA Inc.

Product Details

  • ASIN: B001T2I6P4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,465 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 13, 2009

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The pictures are so clear.
Anne M. Beren
I knew I wasn't going to be allowed to spend a lot of money or we would have purchased something way more expensive.
Kim Meckley
So, I contacted Goldline, and they have been prompt in answering me.
Alice D. Royer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Michael C. Garrett on January 20, 2010
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Was shipped very promptly. Hasn't leaked one bit, and I've been down to 20m. Comes with a little colour filter that fits over the lens like a lens cap, for restoring the red/blue balance at deeper depths, and also protects the lens. Detector array is CMOS rather than CCD (that's how they can make it so cheap), so camera is a little on the slow side. Quite a few blurry images deeper down where the lighting is dimmer, and when there was strong surge/current. But pictures taken in calmer clearer water with better lighting came out fantastic. Much better than disposable underwater cameras (and only 2-3x the price!), and of course being digital you can feel free to go trigger happy. The camera can also record video. Customer support has been outstanding. Everytime I send an email, I get a detailed response within 12hrs or so. Suggest ordering some replacement o-rings since the housing only comes with one, and the o-ring apparently should be replaced every year or so. I highly recommend this camera if you're just looking for a small cheap reliable underwater camera to take a few casual shots while diving/snorkeling.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By John Intorcio on February 23, 2010
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Just back from a Caribbean cruise where I got to try this camera out for the first time underwater. It had shipped very promptly after ordering and came with everything I'd expected and more - cable for PC, wrist strap, silicone grease, underwater filter, etc. I spent about $6 on a 2G memory card to use with it.

I justified the $71 combined price as the cost of around three or four disposable waterproof cameras plus film processing and a willingness to pay even a bit more for digital functionality rather than film.

Overall... I was way more than pleased! The camera performed well beyond my expectations. We used it kayaking, snorkeling, and on the beach and I dove with it to around 80 feet. I was quite pleased with the resulting picture quality, there was no water leakage, and the camera was simple to operate and unload. I went through two sets of AA batteries - quite acceptable consumption.

On the down side, the menu system is archaic - kind of like using DOS on a Windows computer. But... It worked! My biggest annoyance is the abysmally slow shutter response. Once you push the button, you must wait what seems like forever but is probably around a full second for the picture to be taken. If you're trying to shoot a fish, it may well have left by the time you get your shot. But, you can adjust, plan ahead, and still get some great shots.

Nobody on my dive boat could believe the price I paid for this camera. One person had an allegedly reusable film camera that I'd looked at and she'd paid $25 for. It leaked and failed. I was so glad I'd decided to buy this camera!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jill C. Johnson West on March 21, 2010
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The lack of zoom is a little disappointing. It's difficult to see what you're taking a picture of, underwater. It's hard to hold the camera steady while snorkeling in currents, or diving down. Some of the pictures turned out a little too light. Otherwise, it served the purpose. A good camera for the price. The pictures turned out decent. It never leaked.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kim Meckley on July 19, 2010
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We were going to Hawaii for vacation and I knew we were going to do a lot of snorkeling and maybe go diving once. We have a underwater film camera that we could have used, but we wanted something digital. After reading the reviews, this camera and case seemed to be the solution I was looking for. I knew I wasn't going to be allowed to spend a lot of money or we would have purchased something way more expensive.

For snorkeling, it was good. We got a lot of good pictures. It was hard to see the screen in the back when the sun was out. I had to use my judgement on where to aim the camera. Most times, I was close.

For diving, it was OK. I only went to 45' and the case never leaked. I could see the screen a little better. Our guide took pictures and wanted to charge $50 for his set; this would almost cover the cost of the camera.

Overall, the camera worked. It does take a second or two to take the picture. I wish they had a better camera. We got some good pictures and we didn't have to wait for developing. It would have cost us more to develop the same amount of film than it did for the camera. In that sense, the camera was a great bargain. If we were shooting film, I would not have taken as many pictures and would have maybe missed out on a few good ones. The video is a little sketchy. At 9 fps, it looks jumpy during playback.

We only had two problems. A latch for closing the case has become deformed, but it still works. The button for taking the picture never returns to the fully open position, but it still works.

When we buy a better camera, this one may go to the kids or be used as a back-up.

** Update: I contacted the comnpany about the problems and sent the unit back. They were very responsive and repaired it back very quickly.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Schwartz on November 30, 2010
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This was a great value. Other options were much more expensive. But I did encounter a problem with a memory card---it only accepts certain MB storage types.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tazbeaux on September 9, 2010
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The Good.
The waterproof case for this camera is built like an army tank. It looks virtually indestructible.

The Bad.
Its too bad that my camera doesn't fit into this waterproof case, because the camera that came with it is total garbage. It is an extremely light weight piece of c**p that takes horrible pictures.

The Ugly,
This camera takes the worse pictures I have ever seen! On the highest quality setting the pictures are muddy looking and fuzzy. I purchased this camera to go on a snorkeling adventure in the Caribbean. I will probably leave this useless junk home and purchase a single use waterproof 35 mm camera.
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