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Waterproof Digicam Comparison Canon D10 Vs Panasonic Lumix DMCT

Canon and Panasonic has announced their first shock and waterproof compact camera early this season. If you remain baffled which camera is best for you, here you'll find certain worthwhile info and review between your Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS1 and Canon PowerShot D10.Both the cameras are waterproof, however, should you want a camera which can work about 10 meters marine, then Powershot D10 will be great shot. The submarine shaped D10 with its porthole-like screws and bulbous shell expresses which this digital camera is solely made for marine. But on ground, you won't like its bulky shape. D10 has easy-to-press buttons and a large LCD screen where icons are big and great, you nonetheless can see it clear even underwater. Also, it contains bigger screw-mouths about each corner for mounting the camera in a variety of marine grabs.While additional waterproof digicam, Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS1 can be used upwards to 3 meters only underwater with a completely different approach. The sleek rectangular slab overview has made it difficult to tell apart from standard non-tough cameras. Compare to Canon D10, the buttons are smaller and shooting ways can be selected by way of a thumb dial somewhat than a committed switch. Even So, you'll shed functionality marine with TS1, it may do greater ashore and you need to consider which.Another big difference is that the Panasonic TS1 shoots inside the AVCHD structure at 720p, where D10 only does VGA video of 640×480. But the video tracking mode of TS1 is not the most refined one, there is a 2 to 3 moments of delay from hitting the committed movie switch to starting and stopping the movie as well as its rather unclear when exactly everything does commence. If you are ok with which delay, you'll definitely love the great HD video mode. Lumix DMC-TS1 is currently seeing a big bug when importing the taken movie into iMovie. The featured AVCHD structure of TS1 is very annoying and you may need installing specific codec to trade movie intothe popular movie enhancing software and then convert it into friendly forms.Both toughcams are featuring 12-megapixel shooting and have the same CCD sensor size. But the ISO of TS1 increases to 6400 when it's only 1600 for D10. A difference that truly matters is the wider-angle lense of TS1, that is an powerful focal size zoom of 28mm-128mm f/3.3-f/5.9, where D10 is only 35mm-105mm f/2.8-f/4.9. Color reproduction from the Leica contact of TS1 is far better than which of D10. Furthermore, the TS1 lean to autofocus marine with higher ease compared with D10.Just In Case you're not a specialist diving photo shooter, the key benefits of toughcams can equally be thought if you find yourself generating the kid's bathe time photographs without thinking regarding having your camera sticky or shooting with unclean hands when you are inside the center of the barbecue, or anything like that. Whatever happens, you'll always can wipe the digital camera clean from h2o. So the conclusion is, shouldyou care regarding shape factor, you really need to go with Panasonic Lumix TS1, Powershot D10 is tough to fit it into a trousers pocket without certain serious bulging. But should you usually go deeper than 3 meters marine, you really need to go with Canon D10.\n Choosing a CCD Size

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