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    New camera, new perspective...

    So I picked up a waterproof camera cheap because I thought it would be nice to have a camera out by the pool without having to worry about getting my $700 rig wet. Of course, I had to try the underwater mode.
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    Re: New camera, new perspective...

    Sweet! Might I ask, what the camera specs are?
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    Re: New camera, new perspective...

    The camera is a Fujifilm Z33WP 10mp, SD card slot, 3x optical zoom, 2.7" display. It can also do normal resolution video, which can be fun.
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    Re: New camera, new perspective...

    What a great idea? Might I ask, how much and where did you get it from?
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    Re: New camera, new perspective...

    Now fill that pool with some bikini babes and post some videos!!
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