Canon D10 Notable Features

Designed for the adventurous, the Canon PowerShot D10 digital camera is waterproof, freezeproof and shockproof. This reasonably priced digital camera is packed with features including:

  • Waterproof to 33 feet, cold resistant from 14-104°F and shockproof up to 4 feet
  • 12 megapixels
  • 3x Optical Zoom lens (35mm film equivalent: 35-105mm)
  • Optical Image Stabilization
  • Sensitivity: ISO 80 – 1600 equivalent
  • Metering:  Evaluative, Center-weighted average, andSpot metering
  • Smart AUTO automatically detects the type of scene and selects the best settings
  • Program AE, i-Contrast; AE Lock
  • Exposure Compensation +/-2 stops in 1/3-stop increments
  • Built-in flash
  • 19 Shooting Modes and 16 Special Scene Modes including Aquarium, Underwater, Beach and Snow
  • Take macro shots an inch or two from your subject
  • Panorama assist mode

Pros:

  • Very good image quality; on par with most other Canon point and shoot compact cameras
  • Once turned on, the camera takes photos in less than a second after
  • Relatively fast lens at the widest angle:  f/2.8 (W) – f/4.9 (T)
  • Automatic modes such as Scene Detection Technology make the camera very easy to use for those who don’t want to fuss with camera settings
  • Decent video quality, though it is not HD
  • Reasonably priced

Cons:

  • Can’t attach filters
  • Built-in flash has limited use under water
  • Shots taken at ISO 400 and above may appear noisy
  • Shutter speed can be too slow for action shots; switching to Kids and Pets mode for the best chance of capturing action when the lighting is good
  • No cover for the lens, be careful not to get sand or other debris on it.
  • Battery life could be better; get spare batteries

Tips for caring for the Canon D10 waterproof camera

  • Always check the seals around the compartment doors before using the camera. Make sure they are correctly closed. If sand, hair or debris gets between the seals — the camera will leak.
  • Remove droplets of water from the lens before taking out-of-water photos
  • Canon recommends soaking the camera in fresh water for a couple hours after using it in the salt water, which helps protect seals and other camera parts. Read the manual for complete instructions

 

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