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scubacub1 - 11/27/2007 4:36 PM
Category: General
Replies: 11

Has anyone used one of these digital camera`s and if so, what was your opinion?
scubacub1 - 11/28/2007 10:02 AM
Thanks so much for a reply. Which one do you have. Likes/Dislikes?
ladbak1 - 11/29/2007 11:05 PM
I have used two digitals with housings. First one was a Nikon 3.8 mp. The new is a Sony 12 mp in a Sony housing. I like them both but have not had a chance to use them all that much.I will upload some pics in the next few days. Both housings are pretty compact, so they an even fit in a BC pocket. I also have a Nikonus, but a lot of the diving I end up doing is beach diving and don`t want to be draging that through the send and all. Hope this helps.
scubacub1 - 11/30/2007 9:09 AM
Well I did it, purchased the INtova IC 600. Should be here in a day or 2. Camera, Strobe, underwater housing, 12X soom lens and 2gig sd card.
RonSubmerged - 9/12/2009 1:48 PM
I just purchased the Intova 600 as well. I desperately want to get some pictures of my escapades and figure I will start out inexpensive. I would love a Sealife DC1000 but its a little steep! Let me know how yours works for you and I will do the same!
scubaclay - 9/13/2009 6:25 PM

I have the Intova 600, and strobe. I love it and got some great pics from Belieze last summer. It also does a good job on video.

Flipperfeet - 9/14/2009 9:46 AM
I started with (and still have ) the IC 500; all the shots on my profile and video too were shot with it, with only the internal flash when needed. It’s worked great for hundreds of photos: can’t wait to get one of the newer models!
RonSubmerged - 9/14/2009 10:01 PM
I ordered the 600 online for a good price and it said "IN STOCK". Quickly after ordering divers-supply informed me it went on backorder. I then found for a little more I could get the IC10 from LeisurePro. I ordered it and it should be here soon. I am going to use it at first without a strobe, I dont want world class pictures in the quarries just a way to capture what I do.
RonSubmerged - 9/23/2009 10:00 PM
For all that read this. I got my IC10 and tried it out. I used the built in flash and did not use a lens filter. This picture was taken at about 15 ft. 

King - 9/24/2009 7:21 PM
Looks overexposed. You might ave had too high an ISO for the light that was available.
Reefdiver1960 - 10/13/2009 8:17 PM
In response to the overexposed, if you have Adobe Photo Shop, there is a process and I do mean process that you can do the help some of your underwater shots.
Hope everyone is well.