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macmom111 06-23-2007 06:49 AM

We tried snorkeling a few cruises ago and are now hooked. Can anyone recommend the best underwater disposable camera to take with us on our next cruise in Sept.

Andrealovescruising 06-23-2007 07:10 AM

The best disposable camera, IMO, is Fiji.
We have tried all the others. Fiji's disposable has great clarity and color.


TrvlPro 06-23-2007 01:19 PM

I like Fugi as well, only one I've used but it did a great job. Andrea, I like Fiji as well. You can't beat the south Pacific islands. Just teasing ya a little, I have those moments often.

Cheers, Neil

Andrealovescruising 06-23-2007 01:36 PM

Thanks for keeping me humble Neil! I'm a doofus.

Problem is... my hands type faster than my brain processes. Thanks!


TrvlPro 06-23-2007 01:44 PM


Problem is... my hands type faster than my brain processes. Thanks!
Me too, and that's a problem since I'm not much of a typist!

Dwayne 06-23-2007 08:52 PM

Neil, I think you type great! Especially after that booking onboard post.

I too like the Fuji cameras.


Jim C. 06-24-2007 07:49 AM

We only used the Kodak underwater cameras. I didn't know Fuji made them. At least I have not seen them. I will look next time and try them out.

If you want a NON disposable camera for snorking, look for the Olympus digital camera. It is water proof by design. Its lie a $300 camera, but its a great choice for cruising and going to the beach.

penny3333 06-25-2007 01:05 PM

Kodak does a decent job and you can catch them on sale at WalMart for $6.

crazyfamilycruisers 07-01-2007 12:04 PM

FYI- Fugi cameras (disposable) are on sale this week at Target. I got 2 underwater cameras for 14.00 with tax. Good luck!

Frase 07-02-2007 10:19 PM

I dont know if they still got it, but in a certain big-box store (that is dominating the US retail market), they were selling a Sea-Life underwater camera for around $25. This camera has a yellow body and a silly looking black-plastic crosshairs target scope on top. I don't remember how deep you can go with it, but I am pretty sure it was deeper than just 10 to 15 feet as labeled on the disposible underwater cameras. And this camera uses the regular 35 rolls; so you can open it to change rolls. (But NOT UNDERWATER

Of course, if you can afford it, I would go for one of the underwater digital cameras. You can take profoundly more photos than with a 35mm film camera (especially if you use a memory card with 2GB or greater). In my situation, I use the Panasonic Lumix FX-01 which has a underwater case sold separately. This underwater case is really expensive but worth it. I could go more than 100 feet underwater with it and have total control of the camera. I think the FX-01 might be obsolete (I don't see it for sale anymore) but I am sure it has a sucessor. I am more than happy with mine.

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