does it have a water correting lens? so everything is not all blue.
The blue color you see in your underwater images is caused by not being close enough to your subject. Water, no matter how clear, will always appear blue in an image whether film or digital. The do offer a red filter that will help account for red being the first color absorbed by the lack of light underwater. It will help with the effect you are looking for, but still not eliminate it. Mainly it will offer better coloration at depths starting about 50' or so.
Whats the field of view with and without the wide angle lens? Duration of battery with and without video light? Field of view on video light and is it variable intensity?
Hello: I know nothing about underwater cameras. Looking at the huge price differance I guess it would be foolish to expect much from a $500 camera? Thank you, Nicholas
This is a HD camera designed for video. The other option is the GoPro Camera. http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-535/168291/Gopro-HERO-3-Adventure-Black-Edition-High-Definition-Video-and-Underwater-Camera.html
Snapper 1080P HDDV Dive Package
The Bonica Snapper 1080P HDDV G8V15 Package includes the following items:
- Snapper 1080P HDDV Camera
- Waterproof Silicone Skin (rated to 3.5m)
- Polycarbonate Housing (rated to 55m)
- 1440x1080P at 30 frames per second (sharpest picture on the largest TVs)
- 1280x720P with full widescreen at 60 frames per second (best balance of high definition and natural motion)
- 8 megapixel stills with a built-in LED flash
- Auto focus lock remains in the same field despite a moving environment
- Records on SD & SDHC memory cards up to 32 GB
- A swappable lithium ion battery charges by an included adapter or a common mini USB computer cable
- .MOV files allow efficient compression and easy editing
- With the silicon skin alone, keep your camera clean and dry to 12 feet (3.5m) underwater or anywhere else. Also, the skin provides a great backup while inside the outer housing
- The rugged polycarbonate outer housing will take your Bonica down 180 feet (55m)
- A compact remote tucked in the housing under the control pins, eliminates complexity, and ensures control of all functions