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Underwater Photography for CHEAP

That's right, you read it correctly! YOU can start snapping photos underwater for a price that's wont empty your bank account.


With the gear I'm about to share with you, I've been able to capture these photos.



The best part is, it's under $200! For less than $200, you can purchase a Fujifilm FinePix XP140 Waterproof Digital Camera. This camera is small, compact, and durable. It's waterproof up to 82 feet, which is perfect for any water activities from kayaking and boating, snorkeling and diving, to even just fun pool activities. It's shockproof up to 5.9 feet, which can be a lifesaver given times when you are wet and slippery. If you want to test water in it's more solid state, meaning snow, the Fujifilm FinePix XP140 Waterproof Digital Camera is also freeze proof to 14º F.



What's impressive about this little device is that it can shoot in 4K/15P video at 15 frames per second. Additionally, it has an ISO range of 100-12800, providing lots of light and allowing for a faster shutter speed.



This version of the Fujifilm FinePix XP140 Waterproof Digital Camera has the newly installed Bluetooth low energy technology which allows its user to transfer images to their smartphones or tablet devices. When doing so, the pairing syncs time and location information and saves it with your images. This is a feature that is found with most DSLRs today, therefore an impressive addition to a small digital camera that's under $200.


If you don't want to risk your iPhone in some janky "waterproof" case, I highly recommend the Fujifilm FinePix XP140 Waterproof Digital Camera. At around $150, it's cheaper than any DSLR or GoPro. You don't even need to buy any additional case or housing for it given it's already waterproof. If you're to go the DSLR route, the camera body itself can go from hundreds to thousands of dollars, and then having to buy a housing for the camera that'll be an additional hundreds to thousands of dollars. And you can't buy some knock off brand, because the last thing you want is for your expensive DSLR to get water damage.



Shooting underwater photography with a DSLR will most definitely give you some stunning photos. I suggest leaving that as a goal to reach given it needs expensive equipment in order to do so. Start practicing now and be worried free with a simpler, yet effective camera such as the Fujifilm FinePix XP140 Waterproof Digital Camera.



If you happen to take any underwater photography, please share! I'd love to see where creativity takes you.


 

MY CAMERA:

FOR CLEAN PORTRAITS:

ZOOM LENS:

AUDIO FOR INTERVIEWS:

FOR SMOOTH & CINEMATIC SHOTS:

MY TRIPOD:

ON-CAMERA MIC:

FUN GADGET:

UNDERWATER GEAR:

ACTION CONTENT:

WHERE IT ALL GETS PUT TOGETHER:

MY DRIVE:

MY OTHER DRIVE:

THE BIG HOMIE DRIVE:

BAG:

SD CARDS:

MICRO SD:




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