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Reviewer: Steven LeCheminantSealife Mini 2 Dive Camera - bought this camera, on sale, for an upcoming snorkel adventure in hawaii. i also bought the wide angle lenses. the program is very easy to use and is specific for land, snorkel, and dive modes. at first, i used two aaa duracell batteries and found the camera will eat them up in no time. tried rechargeable batteries and got more life out of them. for the snorkeling, i will use the lithium type which will give the time i need for the dive. the 3x zoom is quirky and goes in steps by pressing the zoom button. it is important to the proper battery setting on the menu for the camera to sense battery use. fully read the instructions and play with the camera before using. the camera is...View Full Review
Reviewer: Julie A.love my camera! - I just used this camera in the Caribbean and I loved it! Videos turned out great. Pictures are wonderful, after I used both hands to hold it steady they were crisp and colorful. Light illuminated well. I also like that the light will work as a strobe for night dives or flash SOS in emergencies. Didnt get close to using all my 32gb and after a dive I just hit wifi on my phone and camera, everything downloaded to my phone so I can view instantly to show the non-divers. No maintenance is awesome too. Thank you!
Reviewer: Lora HansenGood Camera - I bought the Nova HD video camera because I didnt want to spend a ton of money...Im trying to go on a vacation here! I am very happy with this camera. I have not had a name brand rugged waterproof video camera like everyone else has. but I didnt want to spend a half thousand dollars on something that could possibly end up on the sea floor. That I can tell there are plenty of different lens covers, mounts, and other accessories. Just starting out I think I only put in a 4 Gb memory card and put it on the one selection below HD. and it was ok. I think I will keep it on HD for the vacation. I was surprised by the sound this camera picks up inside its case.
Reviewer: Keith B.Great Camera - This is a great camera. It replaced my reefmaster which wore out, but now no more worries about leaking seals. Used it in the Caribbean last week. Very easy to change modes and use underwater, the large piano keys and simple menu are great. You cannot transfer pictures directly to a tablet unless you have the Micro HD+. It might be worth the extra $100.00, but it is no hassle to transfer the pictures to a thumbdrive on a computer and then transfer or view them on a tablet from the drive. There is not a flash built into the camera. Simple, menus, simple camera, great pictures above and below the surface. Every where else had it on back order, but you guys shipped it the next day.
Reviewer: Kay M.All I can say is WOW! - this is my fourth underwater camera and my second sealife and things just keep getting better. this camera is a jewel. i love the housing. it is so easy to see underwater and so much easier to use. big buttons and a great display. this is also the first camera that has allowed me settings for underwater - even to the point of ing sea color as green or blue. it took a few dives for me to get it right, but my pictures are amazing. the pixelation is stunning. i am able to get a shot from some distance of, say, a trunk fish, and then crop it much smaller and still have stunning detail. the camera also lets you know it there is too much ambient light (need to be down at least 25 feet) by...View Full Review
Reviewer: Abigail G.Snap Sights Dive Daylight Camera - Well packaged, and it comes with very detailed instructions for loading and unloading the film. Havent had a chance to actually take photos with it, unfortunately.