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PENTAX Water Proof Digital Camera PENTAX WG-10 Red 1cmMacro Macro Stand PENTAX WG-10RD


PENTAX Water Proof Digital Camera PENTAX WG-10 Red 1cmMacro Macro Stand PENTAX WG-10RD


The waterproofing performance that consecutive 2-hour underwater photography is possible at depth of the water approximately 10m

  • Take it, and oneself is an assist function; is easily a self-portrait anytime

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Pentax X-5 silver 16 Digital Camera with 26x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom with 3-Inch LCD (Silver)


Pentax X-5 silver 16 Digital Camera with 26x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom with 3-Inch LCD (Silver)


The stylish Pentax X-5 is a 16MP camera with 26X optical zoom, tiltable 3″ LCD screen for the perfect still or video shot

  • 16 megapixel backlit CMOS sensor
  • A large 26X optical zoom (22.3-580mm equivalent) lens
  • Large 3″ tiltable LCD screen for easy shooting at any angle and electronic viewfinder with 230k pixels and diopter
  • Sensor shift image stabilization
  • 1080p video @ 30 FPS with h.264 compression

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What customers say about PENTAX Water Proof Digital Camera PENTAX WG-10 Red 1cmMacro Macro Stand PENTAX WG-10RD?

  1. 6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    good camera for the price and it DOES NOT leak, August 20, 2013
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    This review is from: PENTAX Water Proof Digital Camera PENTAX WG-10 Red 1cmMacro Macro Stand PENTAX WG-10RD (Electronics)
    got it at Target below listed price;
    contrary to the 2 current reviews, this camera performed terrific, and it did not leak at all.
    color saturation is true to what you see underwater.
    resolution is adequate for bragging and sharing with family and friends.
    shutter is not as fast as you will want for fish in motion, but you can shoot underwater video which is great, and it captures sound in video mode as well underwater.
    the zoom is good if you can’t dive down 10 feet, loses a little in resolution but that might be from bobbing a bit.

    the macro function is an added bonus – a very handy setting for documenting the detail of shells or anything else you fancy when you get back to camp.

    the battery life is adequate for me; two hours in the water and it is still > 50%.

    if I could get a faster shutter setting for underwater, 5 stars would be awarded for a camera this versatile at this price

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  2. 4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    LEAKED THE FIRST TIME I USED IT- RUINED MY VACATION!, August 6, 2013
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    This review is from: PENTAX Water Proof Digital Camera PENTAX WG-10 Red 1cmMacro Macro Stand PENTAX WG-10RD (Electronics)
    This camera leaked the very first time I used it and the few photos I managed to take before the lense completely fogged over were of very poor quality. This camera ruined all chances for underwater water photos on my vacation to Mexico, including those of the turtle that swam next to me. BUMMER! A cheap over the counter underwater camera would have worked much better in this case. The battery door actually wiggles slightly back and forwards, indicating a poor door design or at the very least a defective one. I tried letting it dry over night and everything else I could think of including adding a little vaseline to the door seal, but NOTHING worked. It leaked every time! If you still purchase this camera after reading this review, don’t take it as your only underwater camera on vacation!! And whatever you do, when buying any underwater camera, buy the extended warranty and makes sure it covers leaks. This is a problem with several of these type cameras, but I was expecting much more from a brand name like PENTAX.Very disappointing. Piece of garbage as far as I’m concerned and it’s going right back to the store I bought it from with a very bad review.

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  3. 213 of 216 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Pretty nice bridge camera for the price, September 23, 2012
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    T. Johnston “Terry Jay” (Texas) –
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    I was reluctant at first to purchase this camera thanks to its small sensor (typically smaller sensors show more noise in the images), but, since it is a backlit sensor, similar to the Pentax Q (which I thoroughly enjoy), I decided to try it. The cost helped, too, of course. So far, I have shot nearly 300 images since getting the camera, and, so far at least, I am very impressed with the images I have obtained.

    The camera build quality is okay but is nowhere near the level of the Q. Buttons don’t have much in the way of tactile feedback and actually seem somewhat mushy on my copy. The camera itself is fairly lightweight considering the amount of glass in that zoom lens, but it is bulky, making it seem (to me) to be bigger than it really is. I suspect those people with small hands might have difficulty with the grip — it’s very deep, but fits my hand pretty well. The battery door, the bane of many modern cameras, seems awfully flimsy (IMO), but perhaps it is better built than it seems — I’ve certainly had no problem with it so far even though it is very tight-fitting with batteries installed. The LCD tilts nicely and solidly holds its place, no matter where it is positioned. When I turn up the brightness, the LCD is clearly visible in the direct Texas sunlight I have to cope with. The EVF, while being somewhat low resolution, is actually far better than I had expected, being clear enough for composition and manual focusing. The EVF diopter adjustment can accommodate my terribly myopic eyes. I can even see the entire view with my glasses on!

    On my copy of the camera, the exposure is a bit off. I’ve had to dial in a -0.7 to -1.0 EV to get a better shot. Switching to Spot metering helps a little, but the exposure is still too bright in most situations I have encountered so far. The camera resets the EV setting to 0.0 upon restart, a bit annoying to me, but not a big deal and it may be irrelevant to the average user.

    Images are surprisingly clean to my eyes, but when pixel peeping I can see that noise has been handled a little too aggressively by the camera. I suspect it would only be noticeable in huge prints, though, which I don’t make very often. Unfortunately, though, the camera provides no RAW saving capability, but the JPG engine is quite good enough for me. I have not bothered trying any ISOs beyond 400; 400 is the max I ever use for my style of photography, even when shooting film.

    The lens covers a huge range (one of the selling points of the camera, right?) and the optical quality is pretty good. However, some chromatic aberration creeps in when shooting high contrast scenes (birds against a clear sky, for example), especially at the longer focal lengths. Again, it’s really only noticeable to me when pixel peeping. Zooming is virtually silent and reasonably fast. For that matter, once you turn off the annoying shutter noises, the camera is incredibly quiet. Be warned about startup/shutdown and processing times, though. The camera is rather slow to start: positioning the lens takes a second or so and increases slightly if you have the zoom “memory” set — this is where the camera returns the camera to zoom position it was last at when powered down. Powering down also takes a second or so as the lens has to follow an interesting “dance” to retract into the camera. Finally, even when pre-focused, I have noticed a modest delay in capturing/saving photos. The camera isn’t really one for you action photogs, sorry to say. The macro is phenomenal! While many cameras reserve macro for the widest location in the zoom range, the X-5 uses the middle end of the zoom, giving the photographer better composition options, IMO. There is also a 1 cm macro setting that really lets you close in on your subject.

    Manual control is implemented better in this camera than in some others I have used. Tapping the EV button on top will switch the control wheel between shutter speed and aperture. This arrangement works quite well for me but YMMV.

    What has really surprised me is the battery life. As I wrote above, I have shot nearly 300 photos so far and the battery indicator hasn’t changed since I first put in the batteries (Sanyo Eneloops).

    All in all, if you are interested in a bridge camera with a long zoom range, you really can’t beat the Pentax X-5. While the size might put off some, remember you are getting a zoom lens that goes from 22.3mm to 580mm (in 35mm equivalent focal lengths). It is far from perfect, but, given the cost, it is well worth the money.

    I know this is a rather long-winded review, but I hope someone will find it useful.

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  4. 134 of 137 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice handling camera, but with strong reservations, February 13, 2013
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    James G. Towns “tech corner” (Gainesville, Ga.) –
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    Having been a professional photographer with experience in Pentax quality, the X-5 is a mixed blessing to me. I like very much the design and layout of controls, the dual viewing screens (eye and tiltable 3 inch) and the overall feel in your hands. It gives you the DSLR feel, although on a smaller scale. The software is very logical and easy to figure out, plus the large instruction manual explains things nicely. The digital anti-shake performs flawlessly and is really quite breathtaking in what it can do ( i.e.- zoomed out to about 1000mm and still being able to read a sign that was a hand-held photograph) Having praised its attributes, I have some big disappointments with the pictures it takes. In bright sunlight, the picture is certainly acceptable, but the edges are definitely soft to the extreme. This is due, no doubt, to the camera software only providing 2 f-stops for pictures: wide open and about f-8. (price you pay for the convenience of a lo-o-o-ng zoom). Is it worth keeping?? I guess so, the price was good for the features it offers, but I really expected more from Pentax on this one.

    March 12th update to 1st review: I’ve spent a couple of weeks with the camera now and have come to like it. Lens performance is still soft on the edges to the point it sometimes gets annoying, but that lo-o-o-ng zoom can really amaze you. I zoomed in on a steeple with a clock (about 900mm) and could read all the numbers, where in the wide angle shot (22.5mm), you could not even see the steeple. Plus, I photographed the full moon full frame and could see the craters. The anti-shake software again performed flawlessly as I could hardly keep my hands steady enough to keep the moon in frame. I know being on a tripod is the proper way to shoot the moon, but I was testing the camera this way on purpose to see how it would capture a hand held photograph, using the anti-shake. Pentax aced it on that software. I’m glad I kept the Pentax.

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