Underwater photography’s is primarily focused towards entertaining and informing the people and the users themselves about what is happening in the world of under water with the aid of photography. The advent of digital cameras has opened up new horizons for such ventures. These digital cameras are not only handy and sleek but also they offer a spectral range of features that helps the underwater photographers in their work a lot. In this discussion these special features of underwater digital cameras are necessarily been revealed and done justice to!
Looking at the grass root level some of the main features that the users of the underwater digital cameras must necessarily seek are as follows. They are applications for land mode, sea mode and external flash mode. This helps in shooting in any conditions in the sea and obtains much better picture quality than ever before. Some other features are like instant delete option after each picture in both sea and external flash modes along with one-button operation features. These mentioned features provide the sophistication as well as ease of control for the photographers. Some more desirable features are expandable and good quality standard lenses, flashes and accessories.
Some of the sophisticated and well know underwater digital cameras such as the Aqua Pix DX3100 are fully functional and even have a 3.1 mega pixel resolution. These digital cameras can be aptly described as being effusively amphibious! Thus the chances of water damage and flooding in these underwater digital cameras are greatly reduced and are hence extensively used for professional purposes too.
Scrutinizing in some more detail it can be said that the underwater digital cameras mostly use a meniscus lens that can be used above or below the surface of water. The also have features for built in color correction filter and macro lens along with built in flash diffusers too. They utilize multi flash functioning in order to get adequate good quality pictures in the most adverse conditions too. They have sufficient memory of around 15MB and come equipped with complete storage, editing and image manipulation software.
It still remains a fact that underwater photography is a difficult yet fascinating profession. Moreover, with the underwater digital cameras this task has become even easier and creative along with greater scopes to express much more through the eyes of the lens. It is hoped that the new depths of underwater photography would be fathomed with the aid of the underwater digital cameras!
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Jakob Jelling is the founder of http://www.snapjunky.com. Visit his digital camera guide and learn how to take better pictures with your digicam.
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No one wants to go broke trying to convert all of the digital photos that are stored on their computer into picture form. The price of a good digital camera is enough already for the average person and expensive prints are just not an option for the vast majority. What about simply printing all of those digital images out on the desk printer? Well if you’re trying to get quality prints and save on money, this definitely isn’t the answer. So where can cheap printing be found if making digital photos on the desk printer is not a valid option? Actually, cheap photo printing can be found just about anywhere if a person is really interested in finding it.
Probably the best place to begin searching for cheap photo printing is online. There are lots of websites that are constantly in competition with each other in terms of price. This is an excellent thing for consumers as the competition really drives photo printing prices down to a level that is pretty much affordable for all. Some sites even offer prices as low as 9¢ a print! As if prices aren’t already low enough, many companies also offer bulk order discount rates and lower prices for photo club members. It seems these days that it would be harder to find a site that is overpriced on prints.
If you’re not one to shop online frequently and enjoy doing your purchasing outside the home, most national chain stores offer the same competitive prices at their mini-photo labs. They usually offer printing kiosks which allow a user to select what digital photos that they wish to print and may even allow the person to do a little editing. Some of these machines will give the prints out immediately while others may take an hour or so, which requires the photos to be picked up at the store mini-lab.
One thing to consider though when buying low priced prints is to make sure you check out reviews on the company’s quality before committing to buying any prints from them because a low price doesn’t make up for a bad picture.
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With a traditional camera, you can take pictures even then, when your batteries are empty. So, how are you going to take pictures with your digital camera, when the battery is empty? There is not much choice. To get the most out of the cameras batteries, you should start using some energy saving tactics, that are easy to remember and implement.
* Switch off the camera when not in use
* use the motor driven zoom lens only when you really need it, don’t use it to show off
* shorten the time for previewing the picture on the LCD screen
* shorten then time for the automatic shut down of the camera (only do this when timing isn’t an issue, like it is with snapshots, animals or sports photography)
* in cold climate, keep the camera warm. Batteries loose their power rapidly when they are getting cold.
* When working in cold climate, take a spare set of batteries along
* always use the best batteries you can get. Usually the more expensive batteries keep their voltage for a longer time on a steady level.
* When using reload able batteries, get the more expensive NiMH types with the highest capacity available. They have a very long life between reloading and no memory effect.
Tom has spent most of his free time behind cameras of different types. He specializes in close-up work and travel photography. To share his experiences and fascination about digital photography, he has set up www.digitalcameratips.de which covers topics for beginners as well as advanced users of digital cameras.