It's fucking pricey at $400 and, as with any waterproof P&S, has some tradeoffs but I think it's worth the money and you'd be hard-pressed to find a better "tough" fishing camera.
I'm a straight up amatuer photog but here is my $.02 worth review.
-Relatively fast start up and pic-to-pic shooting
-Good battery life (if you keep the GPS turned off)
-Killer macro (3 macro settings)
-Outstanding in low light conditions
-Great wide angle
-Pretty intuitive to use with lots of cool "auto" settings and easy manual adjustments
-Excellent image stabilization (even when jrunk)
-Fucking bullet proof
-Great pic quality
-Very good viewing screen in all light conditions
-Zoom is slow and only 4X (however, an attachable telephoto lens is available but currently on back-order so no report on that yet)
-Lens is centered and has no cover so it's easy to get a finger in the shot or a smudge on the lens if you're not careful
-Kind of big and heavy for a P&S but still fits in a pocket easily (neglible really, considering the overall performance)
-Battery has to be charged in-camera with a proprietary cable
-Video is decent- above average but nothing special, but when zooming in/out while filiming it records an annoying mechanical sound on the audio
Overall I'd give it 4.5/5 for the type of camera it purports to be. Give this one a look if you're shopping for a tough, waterproof P&S.
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