Cheap camera - in every sense of the word.
Used this camera scuba diving in Bermuda. Most pictures were taken between 20 and 30 feet depth, but camera was taken down to about 50 feet with no observable water intrusion into case. Almost all pictures were blurry and very blue-tinted (even using the flash). Diving buddy had a digital camera with view screen. Digital took much nicer pictures and was more fun to use while underwater - i'll be buying a digital before my next dive.
Ideal budget camera
Very good for the price. Just used this Aug 2010 at up to 30ft.
After on the second dive there were drops of water on the inside of the case but not on the camera... so I am curious about the 100' claim, but plan to coat the "o" ring with silicone. The pictures came out fine. It took a first roll of blueish pics to understand I should use the flash for ALL pictures under water. Also a distance of from 2 - 3' is ideal.
What a Camera
Took many under water shots. For $12.95, you can't go wrong. Purchased 2 camera's. Takes great shots. Only draw back is you have to change film once you have used the roll. Where as with a digi, just keep shooting. Highly recommend this camera with the flash.
Snap Sight Underwater Camera
I bought this camera thinking that for the price it would work for a short time. But after a year of use its still working great. I have taken it past the 100 ft marker and still worked great. Not saying you should do it. But for 12 dollars it would be worth another one. If your looking for a cheap underwater camera this is the way to go!!!
- greg bachnik