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20 Best Underwater and Waterproof Cameras in 2022

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Like most people, I take most of my pictures on land. But there are times when a waterproof camera comes in handy—such as when I rappeled down this Kenyan waterfall!

As a professional photographer, my most prized possessions are my pictures. That means if I buy an underwater camera, I need to know it’ll do the job.

I once bought a Nikon 1 AW1 waterproof camera to snorkel in the Galápagos. But the autofocus was impossible and the resolution disappointing. If I were choosing one now, I’d be a bit more careful.

Nick Dale abseiling down a Kenyan waterfall
Nick Dale rappelling down a Kenyan waterfall

Choosing the Best Waterproof and Underwater Camera

The first thing to consider when choosing an underwater camera is the format:

  1. Compact camera
  2. Mirrorless camera (Micro Four Thirds or APS-C)
  3. DSLR camera (Full-frame or APS-C)

The best underwater compact cameras like the Olympus Tough TG-6 are waterproof to 15m. That’s good enough for underwater photography if you’re swimming or snorkeling.

A crop sensor camera offers a slight performance benefit. Still, if you’re a scuba diver or want to take professional-grade pictures, you’re better off with a full-frame camera like the mirrorless Sony Alpha 1 or the Nikon D850 DSLR.

These latter two are not “underwater cameras” or even “waterproof cameras.” But you can always convert them with underwater housing and strobe or video lights. However, they don’t come cheap.

So that leaves you with a decision to make. Do you want to take holiday snaps for peanuts? Or do you want to take Dive magazine cover shots for a month’s salary?!

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Sergeant major fish © Nick Dale

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20 Best Underwater and Waterproof Cameras

We’re listing twenty compact, mirrorless, and DSLR cameras. We’ve noted when we need to buy underwater housing to protect cameras that aren’t waterproof.

Compact Cameras

Compact underwater cameras are ideal for beach holidays. Most now have large sensors, high frame rates, and the ability to shoot 4K footage. Plus, they have handy WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity.

20. Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark III (Housing Needed)

  • 20.1MP
  • 4.2x zoom
  • RAWJPEG
  • 30fps (frames per second)
  • 12800 maximum ISO
  • 4K Ultra HD
  • 340-shot battery life
  • WiFi, Bluetooth
  • 304g

This is an upgrade on the Mark II. It offers 4K video recording, a built-in microphone socket, and 30fps shooting. But the 5x zoom range of the Mark II has fallen to 4.2x.

Important: Not waterproof. Buy waterproof housing by Ikelite.

Strengths:

  • Easy to use
  • Excellent frame rate
  • Wide maximum aperture

Weaknesses:

  • Lack of sharpness in corners of the frame with wide-angle
  • No 24fps video option
  • Control ring clicks

Picture of a Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark III compact camera

19. Fujifilm FinePix XP140 (Waterproof to 25m)

  • 16.4MP
  • 5x zoom
  • JPEG
  • 10fps
  • 12800 maximum ISO
  • 4K Ultra HD
  • 240-shot battery life
  • WiFi, Bluetooth
  • 304g

This durable underwater camera can survive water, shock, and cold. It has a decent sensor and offers a wide zoom range, high-speed continuous shooting, and good connectivity. But the 4K video is best avoided due to its low frame rate.

Strengths:

  • Durable
  • Good color rendition, especially skin tones
  • Good connectivity

Weaknesses:

  • Soft images
  • Autofocus struggles in low light
  • Poor close-ups
  • Still, video time-lapse
  • Narrow maximum aperture
  • Only 15fps for 4K
  • Short battery life

Picture of a Fujifilm XP140 underwater camera

18. Nikon Coolpix W300 (Waterproof to 30m)

  • 16MP
  • 5x zoom
  • JPEG
  • 8fps
  • 6400 maximum ISO
  • 4K Ultra HD
  • 280-shot battery life
  • WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS
  • 231g

This is a redesigned version of the AW130 and features a reasonable sensor and decent frame rate. The Coolpix W300 also has a self-timer, 4K video, GPS, and good connectivity via SnapBridge. Plus, i’s available in a variety of colors.

Strengths:

  • Shockproof, freezeproof, and dustproof
  • Macro mode
  • Depth gauge
  • Good connectivity

Weaknesses:

  • Shortish battery life
  • Lack of sharpness
  • No manual mode

Picture of a Nikon COOLPIX W300 underwater camera

17. Olympus Tough TG-6 (Waterproof to 15m)

  • 12MP
  • 4x zoom
  • RAW, JPEG
  • 20fps
  • 12800 maximum ISO
  • 4K Ultra HD
  • 340-shot battery life
  • WiFi, GPS
  • 250g

This model is a slight improvement on the TG-5. It comes out on top in many reviews of the best underwater cameras. The TG-6 offers one of the fastest lenses with high-speed continuous shooting.

Strengths

  • Wide maximum aperture
  • Low noise
  • Good color rendition
  • In-camera focus stacking
  • High frame rate
  • Advanced controls
  • Shockproof, crushproof, and dustproof
  • Focuses down to 0.39″ (1cm)

Weaknesses

Picture of an Olympus Tough TG-6 underwater camera

16. Panasonic Lumix LX100 II (Housing Needed)

  • 17MP
  • 3.1x zoom
  • RAW, JPEG
  • 5.5fps or 11fps with AE/AF (auto-exposure/auto-focus) lock
  • 25600 maximum ISO
  • 4K Ultra HD
  • 340-shot battery life
  • WiFi
  • 392g

This is the most recent version of the LX100. It’s designed for the enthusiast and offers a decent sensor and touch screen display. The LX100 II features convenient dials for shutter speed and exposure compensation. Plus, it has aperture and custom control rings.

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Strengths:

  • Fast lens
  • Rapid autofocus
  • Good color reproduction
  • Convenient external controls
  • Clear screen and EVF
  • Bluetooth remote control and automatic image transfer
  • Touch screen

Weaknesses:

  • No tilting screen
  • No built-in flash
  • 4K cropped

Picture of a Panasonic Lumix LX100 II compact camera

15. SeaLife Micro 3.0 (Waterproof to 60m)

  • 16MP
  • 100 degree fixed focus lens
  • RAW, JPEG
  • 30fps
  • 3200 maximum ISO
  • 4K Ultra HD
  • 1000-shot battery life
  • WiFi
  • 329g

This is the third generation of the SeaLife compact underwater camera. The trademark “piano key” controls make it easy to use.

It also offers high-speed continuous shooting in RAW file format and exceptional battery life. It ticks all the right boxes and has exceptional waterproofing.

Strengths:

  • Ergonomic design
  • Seamless transition between photo and video
  • 0.1 s shutter response
  • Stills capture during video
  • Multiple-scene and capture modes
  • Video stabilization

Weaknesses:

  • No GPS
  • No manual controls
  • 15″ (38cm) minimum focusing distance

Picture of a SeaLife Micro 3.0 underwater camera

14. Sony Cyber-shot RX100 VII (Housing Needed)

  • 16MP
  • 8.3x zoom
  • RAW, JPEG
  • 20fps(or 90fps in short bursts)
  • 25600 maximum ISO
  • 4K Ultra HD
  • 240-shot battery life
  • WiFi, Bluetooth
  • 301g

This premium compact camera is designed for travel photography, family holidays, and videography. It’s an upgrade on the RX100 VI, offering a slightly improved interface and excellent autofocus.

Not Waterproof: Buy waterproof housing by Ikelite.

Strengths:

  • Flip-up touch screen and pop-up viewfinder
  • Widest zoom range
  • Blackout-free shooting in burst mode
  • Excellent autofocus
  • High dynamic range and resolution
  • 4K video stabilization
  • Microphone socket
  • Minimal rolling shutter

Weaknesses:

  • Small maximum aperture
  • Not user-friendly
  • UHS-1 (ultra high speed) format makes buffer slow to clear
  • No touch screen menu functionality
  • No cold shoe for mounting microphone
  • No zooming with autofocus
  • Must switch between NTSC and PAL to change frame rates for video

Picture of a Sony Cyber-shot RX100 VII compact camera

Mirrorless

Mirrorless camera EVF technology has improved so much that “viewfinder lag” has been abolished. And the best mirrorless cameras now offer 30fps blackout-free shooting.

That’s more than can be said for any DSLR! The only downside is the need for waterproof housing.

Micro Four Thirds

13. Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III (Housing Needed)

  • 20MP
  • RAW, JPEG
  • 60fps
  • 25600 maximum ISO
  • MPEG-4, H.264 video
  • 420-shot battery life
  • WiFi, Bluetooth
  • 580g

Designed for enthusiasts and professionals, this incremental upgrade to the Mark II offers high-speed continuous shooting and excellent image stabilization. But a larger, Backside Illuminated sensor (BIS) would’ve improved its low-light capability.

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Strengths:

  • Built-in ND filter for video
  • Face and eye detection
  • In-camera focus stacking
  • Live ND and Starry Sky shooting mode
  • Handheld high-resolution shooting at 50MP or 80MP in tripod mode

Weaknesses:

  • Poor low-light performance due to lack of BIS
  • Relatively small sensor
  • Complex menus

Picture of an Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III camera

12. Panasonic Lumix GH5 II (Housing Needed)

  • 20.3MP
  • RAW, JPEG
  • 12fps (or 30fps at 18MP or 60fps at 8MP)
  • 25600 maximum ISO
  • 4K Ultra HD
  • 410-shot battery life
  • WiFi, Bluetooth
  • 727g

This is an updated version of the GH5 with new functionality aimed at videographers. It includes wireless live streaming to YouTube, up to 180fps Full HD video, and a red recording indicator.

There are also various upgrades to image quality, including a 25% improved dynamic range, better skin tones, up to 6.5 stops of image stabilization, and a new anti-reflective coating on the sensor to reduce ghosting.

Not WaterproofBuy waterproof housing by Ikelite.

Strengths:

  • Live streaming support
  • Animal, body, face, and eye detection
  • Ergonomic design
  • Excellent image quality and color rendition
  • 5-axis image stabilization
  • Vari-angle touch screen
  • Unlimited buffer at 30fps (18MP)
  • Large, high-resolution EVF
  • Battery life rises to 1200 shots with energy-saving options

Weaknesses:

  • Poor performance in low light due to lack of BSI sensor
  • Full HD video only works with manual focus
  • Autofocus hunts and wobbles during video recording
  • Unreliable live streaming

Picture of a Panasonic Lumix GH5 II camera

APS-C Mirrorless Cameras

11. Canon EOS M6 Mark II (Housing Needed)

  • 32.5MP
  • RAW, JPEG
  • 14fps (or up to 30fps RAW burst mode and continuous shooting at 18MP)
  • 51200 maximum ISO
  • 4K Ultra HD
  • 305-shot battery life
  • WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS with smartphone
  • 408g

This may be an APS-C camera, but it boasts the highest-resolution sensor on the market, eye detection, phenomenal frame rate, as well as uncropped 4K video recording. It’s well built and comfortable to use with an easily navigable menu system and built-in help.

You can also use the Canon Camera Connect app to link your camera to your smartphone. That way, you can transfer images, shoot remotely, and add GPS data.

Not Waterproof: Buy waterproof housing by Ikelite.

Strengths:

  • High image quality with sound color reproduction
  • Ergonomic design
  • Good AF system with eye detection
  • User-friendly interface
  • Bright, clear touch screen
  • Minimal rolling shutter

Weaknesses:

  • Limited available lenses
  • No built-in EVF, so can’t mount viewfinder and flash
  • No optical stabilization for video
  • Buffer only 23 frames shooting RAW
  • 4K less detailed than on rivals
  • Eye detection only works at close range
  • Limited battery life
  • No camera stabilization

Picture of a Canon EOS M6 Mark II camera

10. Nikon Z50 DX-Format (Housing Needed)

  • 20.88MP
  • RAW, JPEG
  • 11fps
  • 204800 maximum ISO
  • 4K Ultra HD
  • 300-shot battery life
  • WiFi, Bluetooth
  • 450g

This mid-range camera is easy to use while offering excellent image quality, high-speed continuous shooting, and good connectivity. The only limiting factor is the number of available lenses. Although, that may soon change, according to Nikon’s roadmap.

Not Waterproof: Buy waterproof housing by Ikelite.

Strengths:

  • Low noise
  • Excellent image quality, color rendition, and dynamic range
  • Fast continuous shooting
  • Rapid autofocus
  • Ergonomic design
  • User-friendly menu system with tooltips
  • Customizable
  • Large, tiltable touch screen and high-resolution EVF
  • Creative Picture Control effects

Weaknesses:

  • Autofocus sometimes “loses” the subject
  • Limited number of DX Z-mount lenses
  • Short battery life
  • No touchpad control of AF point

Picture of a Nikon Z50 camera

9. Sony Alpha A6600 (Housing Needed)

  • 24.2MP
  • RAW, JPEG
  • 11fps
  • 102400 maximum ISO
  • 4K Ultra HD
  • 720-shot battery life
  • WiFi, Bluetooth
  • 503g

This update to the A6500 offers high-speed continuous shooting with good connectivity and a wide range of compatible lenses. Video performance is compromised by the absence of the option to shoot in CINE-4K or 4K video at 60fps.

Not Waterproof: Buy waterproof housing by Ikelite.

Strengths:

  • High picture and video quality
  • Good battery life
  • Fast autofocus with eye detection
  • Image stabilization

Weaknesses:

  • 16:9 aspect ratio screen with low resolution
  • Must switch between NTSC and PAL to change frame rates
  • Limited touch screen capability
  • Complex menus
  • No CINE-4K, 4K at 60fps, or unlimited video
  • No USB-C connection
  • No BIS for better low light performance

Picture of a Sony Alpha A6600 camera

Full-frame Mirrorless Cameras

8. Canon EOS R5 (Housing Needed)

  • 45MP
  • RAW, JPEG, HEIF
  • 12fps (mechanical shutter), 20fps (electronic shutter)
  • 51200 maximum ISO
  • 4K and 8K Ultra HD
  • 490-shot battery life
  • WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS with smartphone
  • 738g

This is Canon’s flagship full-frame mirrorless camera and competes with the Sony Alpha 1 for the title of best-in-class for almost any kind of professional still and video photography.

It combines excellent image quality with a rapid autofocus system capable of face, animal, and eye detection. The only downside is the problem of overheating when shooting an 8K video.

Not Waterproof: Buy waterproof housing by Ikelite.

Strengths:

  • Dual-pixel autofocus with face, animal, and eye detection
  • High image quality
  • High-resolution EVF
  • Ergonomic design
  • Vari-angle touch screen
  • Image stabilization
  • CFexpress and UHS-II SD card slots
  • User-friendly controls
  • No problems with vignetting, purple fringing, chromatic aberration, or flare

Weaknesses:

  • Battery life suffers from the EVF
  • Few compatible lenses
  • Complicated autofocus optimization
  • Camera shuts down due to overheating when shooting in 8K
  • Limited customization options
  • Exposure banding in artificial light and reduced dynamic range when shooting at 20fps

Picture of a Canon EOS R5 camera

7. Nikon Z9 FX-Format (Housing Needed)

  • 46MP
  • RAW, JPEG, and HEIF
  • 20fps (or 30fps JPEG or 120fps at 11MP)
  • 25600 maximum ISO
  • 4K and 8K Ultra HD
  • 740-shot battery life
  • WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS
  • 1340g

Nikon’s attempt to compete with the Canon R5 and the Sony Alpha 1 in the full-frame mirrorless market. Its stacked CMOS sensor and electronic shutter permit high-speed continuous shooting. Plus, it’s also capable of 8K video.

One of the best reasons to buy the Z9 is the autofocus system. It offers people, animal, and vehicle detection.

The Z9 is backed up by a machine-learning, subject-recognition system that does it all automatically. As a first for Nikon, the Z9 also has a dual-grip body that allows vertical and horizontal use.

Not Waterproof: Buy waterproof housing from Backscatter.

Strengths:

  • Versatile
  • High image quality
  • High-speed continuous shooting
  • Bright, high-resolution EVF
  • Touch screen hinges both vertically and horizontally
  • Built-in vertical grip
  • Sensor shield

Weaknesses:

  • Large and heavy due to dual-grip design
  • Lack of SD card slot means expensive CFexpress Type B or XQD cards needed

Picture of a Nikon Z9 camera

6. Sony Alpha 1 (Housing Needed)

  • 50.1MP
  • RAW, JPEG, HEIF
  • 20fps (30fps in lossy compressed RAW)
  • 102400 maximum ISO
  • 4K and 8K Ultra HD
  • 530-shot battery life
  • WiFi, Bluetooth
  • 737g

This is Sony’s flagship mirrorless body and probably the leading full-frame camera on the market. That’s why I have two of them myself!

It has an unbeatable combination of speed, image quality, and an autofocus eye-detection system that tracks people, animals, and even birds. It can also manage 4K 120fps or 8K 30fps video recording.

Not Waterproof: Buy waterproof housing by Ikelite.

Strengths:

  • High image quality
  • Range of video format options
  • Silent, blackout-free, high-speed continuous shooting
  • Market-leading autofocus performance
  • Bright, clear EVF with a rapid refresh rate
  • Ergonomic design
  • Highly customizable with three memory settings on the top dial
  • Redesigned menu system now clear and logical
  • Touch screen
  • Good connectivity
  • 1/400 s flash sync with mechanical shutter
  • SD and CFexpress Type A slots

Weaknesses:

  • Small rear screen
  • EVF resolution drops at high frame rates
  • Subject type must be manually selected
  • Battery life average without VGC-4EM Vertical Grip

Picture of a Sony Alpha 1 camera

DSLRs

DSLRs have been challenged—and possibly outclassed—by mirrorless cameras such as the Sony Alpha 1. Yet, they’re still an excellent option if you can afford the necessary waterproof housing. Remember, there is no such thing as a waterproof DSLR!

If you want to save some money, you can buy a crop sensor camera. It’s a compromise between a compact and a full-frame camera. They may not offer the most impressive feature set, but they’re generally lighter, easier to handle, and much cheaper!

APS-C DSLR Cameras

5. Canon EOS 250D Rebel SL3 (Housing Needed)

  • 24MP
  • RAW, JPEG, and HEIF
  • 5fps
  • 51200 maximum ISO
  • 4K Ultra HD
  • 1020-shot battery life
  • WiFi, Bluetooth
  • 449g

This is aimed at photographers aiming to improve. It contains a guide mode to help them.

The basic functionality is good, but the 4K video involves heavy cropping. The frame rate is also low, and there are limited options for customization. However, there is a wide range of Canon lenses available to choose from.

Not Waterproof: Buy waterproof housing by Ikelite.

Strengths:

  • Ergonomic design
  • Good color reproduction
  • Low noise
  • User-friendly menus
  • World’s lightest DSLR
  • Excellent battery life

Weaknesses:

  • Low frame rate
  • Poor video
  • Few customization options
  • Only 9 AF points in the optical viewfinder
  • No silent shooting
  • No USB-C port
  • ISO values jump by a whole stop each time
  • Heavily cropped 4K

Picture of a Canon EOS 250D Rebel SL3 APS-C DSLR camera

4. Nikon D500 DX-Format  (Housing Needed)

  • 20MP
  • RAW, JPEG, TIFF
  • 10fps
  • 1640000 maximum ISO
  • 4K Ultra HD
  • 1240-shot battery life
  • WiFi, Bluetooth
  • 760g

This is Nikon’s flagship DX (APS-C) camera and offers the highest frame rate, together with a vast ISO range. Its autofocus system is derived from the one in the D5, which makes it fast and accurate.

You can even fine-tune the autofocus tracking by specifying the type of subject movement and how “sticky” the lock is. This makes it perfect for sports and wildlife photography.

Not Waterproof: Buy waterproof housing by Ikelite.

Strengths:

  • High-speed continuous shooting
  • Excellent low-light performance
  • Good color saturation and rendition
  • Good white balance
  • Fast autofocus
  • Low noise
  • Tilting touch screen
  • Large 1.0x optical viewfinder with 100% coverage
  • Multiple video options up to 4K
  • Good connectivity
  • Anti-flicker mode for artificial light
  • Headphone and microphone sockets
  • Auto image transfer using the SnapBridge system

Weaknesses:

  • No built-in flash
  • Confusing menu and custom settings

Picture of a Nikon D500 APS-C DSLR camera

Full-Frame DSLR Cameras

3. Canon EOS 5D Mark IV (Housing Needed)

  • 30.4MP
  • RAW, JPEG
  • 7fps
  • 102400 maximum ISO
  • 4K Ultra HD
  • 900-shot battery life
  • WiFi, GPS
  • 890g

Aimed at enthusiasts and professionals, this is a substantial upgrade on the Mark III. It offers a higher-resolution sensor with faster and more accurate Dual Pixel autofocus.

It also has a slightly higher frame rate, a touchscreen, better weather sealing, 4K recording, an intervalometer, and built-in WiFi and GPS.

Not Waterproof: Buy waterproof housing by Ikelite.

Strengths:

  • Good quality at high ISOs
  • Face detection and tracking AF
  • Improved dynamic range
  • Touch screen
  • Customizable quick menu
  • Excellent video AF
  • Flicker detection
  • Various customization options

Weaknesses:

  • 1.64x crop when shooting 4K, which is limited to motion JPEG
  • Some rolling-shutter effects
  • Intelligent tracking and recognition system is sometimes unreliable
  • Fixed rear screen
  • No clean HDMI output in 4K

Picture of a Canon EOS 5D Mark IV full-frame DSLR camera

2. Canon EOS 5DS R (Housing Needed)

  • 50.6MP
  • RAW, JPEG
  • 5fps
  • 12800 maximum ISO
  • Full HD
  • 700-shot battery life
  • WiFi with W-E1 adapter
  • 845g

With a low-pass cancellation (anti-aliasing) filter not found in the 5DS, this high-resolution stills camera maximizes sharpness. It’s more suitable for studio, landscape, and fashion photography than video or candid portraiture.

It has a lower higher maximum ISO and frame rate than the 5D Mark IV. This limits its low-light performance and suitability for sports and wildlife.

Not Waterproof: Buy waterproof housing by Ikelite.

Strengths:

  • High resolution
  • Good color rendition, especially skin tones
  • Time-lapse and interval shooting
  • Ergonomic design
  • Consistency across Canon range means easy switching
  • Large, high-resolution screen
  • Choice of picture styles

Weaknesses:

  • Poor low-light performance
  • Subject tracking lags market leaders
  • JPEGs lack sharpness
  • Limited video features
  • Few customization options
  • No headphone socket or clean HDMI out
  • No built-in WiFi
  • It doesn’t achieve the low frame rate advertised

Picture of a Canon EOS 5DS R full-frame DSLR camera

1. Nikon D850 FX-Format (Housing Needed)

  • 45.7MP
  • RAW, JPEG
  • 7fps (9fps with MB-D18 battery grip)
  • 102400 maximum ISO
  • 4K Ultra HD
  • 1840-shot battery life
  • WiFi, Bluetooth
  • 1005g

This is probably the best DSLR on the market today. I had one myself until I switched to mirrorless!

Its combination of high-resolution images, fast and accurate autofocus, and excellent low-light performance is an unbeatable offer. The only big downside is the slow frame rate.

Not Waterproof: Buy waterproof housing by Ikelite.

Strengths:

  • Excellent dynamic range
  • High resolution
  • Ergonomic design
  • Large optical viewfinder
  • Tilting touch screen
  • Long battery life
  • Durable, weather-sealed construction (mine didn’t survive being splashed by seawater in Antarctica!)
  • Time-lapse and focus stacking

Weaknesses:

  • Relatively poor frame rate—especially compared to mirrorless
  • No GPS
  • Poor autofocus in Live View
  • No built-in flash
  • Rolling shutter visible in 4K

Picture of a Nikon D850 DSLR full-frame DSLR camera

Conclusion

Buy a cheaper waterproof compact like the Olympus Tough TG-6. Or, invest in underwater housing and upgrade to a full-frame mirrorless like the Sony Alpha 1 or a DSLR like the Nikon D850. Alternatively, go for something with a Micro Four Thirds or APS-C sensor.

There are many products to consider with a vast range of capabilities. I hope this list has given you everything you need to choose the perfect underwater camera!

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