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FujiFilm F10 Underwater Housing

For anyone wanting to get a taste of underwater photography, Fujifilm has released a sub-aqua case for their FinePix F10 Zoom digital camera. The 40-meter pressure resistant case will stay sealed and keep your camera dry for 24-hours, since the camera uses Fuji’s ‘Real Photo Processor’, you will be able to shoot clear, noise-free images at ISO 1600.

The F10 also boasts a 500-shot battery life, meaning it can probably stay underwater longer than you can, underwater life can still be viewed from the rear 2.5-inch LCD screen. The WP-FXF10 underwater housing will cost around US $250.

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