Olympus Stylus 1050SW
The Olympus waterproof camera is a good all around camera especially if you have kids! Which I do, that is why I own this great little camera! If your little one takes it from your purse runs through the house and ultimately throws it in the toilet. Well with this camera there is no need to worry about your camera…
The Olympus Stylus 1050SW is Waterproof down to 10 feet , can withstand drops from up to 4 feet, freeze proof down to 14 degrees Fahrenheit. This camera can take a beating and still keep going.
Digital stabilization keeps the picture steady even if your hands aren’t steady. It also has a cool feature called tap control when this is on you only have to tap the camera to change up the settings. With tap control you can play picture playback, adjust flash mode or shadow adjustment. Great for underwater or when wearing gloves.
I do love the fact that this camera is durable and compact. It turns on quickly and takes a great picture. There are 27 shooting modes, a movie mode and 22 theme modes which range from behind glass, underwater, documents etc.
The only feature I don’t like is the zoom at only 3x it doesn’t really zoom in very far wish it would zoom a little bit further. Besides that I think this is a great all around digital camera.
Official Product Description:
While other digital cameras may use touch screens to access settings, the new Stylus 1050 SW has a shockproof, waterproof and freezeproof body that is sensitive to touch all over. So getting to the most common menu settings in situations where pushing buttons takes time or is difficult is now as fast and easy as a tap on the top, back or sides of the camera.
The rugged 10.1-megapixel Stylus 1050 SW is designed to take the hard knocks that everyday life–particularly those with kids–can throw its way, so you know that the memories it captures will be protected. It can handle five-foot drops to the hard ground, operate in freezing snowstorms, and swim with the fishes — lethal conditions for most other digital cameras. Additionally, the sleek, lens-protecting faceplate slides down, turning the camera on and revealing the lens in an instant to capture the moment.