Waterproof Shockproof Digital Cameras Make Great Backups

waterproof shockproof digital camerasIt’s hard to go anywhere these days where someone doesn’t have a digital camera. Go to a concert, a ball game or out on a night on the town and you’re likely to see at least one person snapping a picture with a camera phone, a DSLR or a digital point-and-shoot camera. But if a sudden downpour rolls in, all those devices disappear just as quickly as they appeared, as nervous camera owners rush to protect their expensive electronics from the elements. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a camera that was as convenient as your phone cam or your point-and-shoot but was immune to water, extreme temperatures and other pitfalls of regular cameras? Say hello to today’s waterproof, shockproof digital cameras.

Not that long ago, if you wanted to take your camera into rain or under water, you had to buy an expensive waterproof housing or an even more expensive underwater camera. Today you can get high quality waterproof, shockproof digital cameras for reasonable prices. A simple waterproof camera can be purchased for less than $100. More advanced models like the Nikon Coolpix AW100 that comes with features like HD video and built-in GPS, will cost you about $300. Here are some reasons why waterproof shockproof digital cameras make great backup cameras.

One of the first reasons waterproof digital cameras are great backups is because they can protect your regular camera from the elements. In addition to being able to withstand rain, today’s waterproof shockproof digital cameras have other features that make them perfect for hiking, biking, water or snow skiing, mountain climbing, scuba diving and many other adventure sports. Depending on the model you buy, your camera will be able to go underwater to a depth of 40 feet, withstand falls from 5 feet and tolerate temperatures from freezing to over 100 degrees Fahrenheit.

Another great reason to get a waterproof shockproof digital camera is because you won’t nee a separate HD camcorder. Many of today’s waterproof digital cameras have built-in HD video capabilities, so when you need to conserve space and can’t take all your camera gear, you can still record video on land and underwater, in the rain, snow, dust and wind.

You can also get some great advanced features in the new waterproof digital cameras, such as built-in GPS, 3-D imaging, and panoramic stitching. Not all cameras offer these features, but the higher-end models all offer many features that might expand and enhance the current capabilities of your camera phone or digital point-and-shoot.

With features like these, you may find yourself able to shoot in a much wider range of conditions than you ever thought possible. And you may suddenly find that your waterproof shockproof digital camera has stopped being your “backup” camera and has suddenly become your main camera.

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