The Panasonic Lumix ZS20 crams a 20x Leica zoom lens into a camera that measures just 1.11 inches thick. But it's more than just a slender beauty—the ZS20 is packed with tech from some of Panasonic's most advanced compact cameras.
It's easy to forget that a whole other world lives underwater, out of view. For this week's Shooting Challenge, you'll capture an image below the water's surface...be it pool, pond, lake, ocean or bathtub.
Sure, you could spend heaps of money on a fancy waterproof case for your camera, but why would you take that risk when Photojojo's selling a $35 digicam that shoots both photos and video, and can dive to 100ft? [Photojojo]
This is one of the worst waterproof cameras I have ever used, even if its the cheapest and does 720p video. Maybe you can recommend it to a merman you hate?
Manly and rugged outdoorsmen with small rucksacks might find Minox's DC6033 WP so far up their mountain path it's parked in their crevasse. Encased in rubber armor, the six-megapixel point-and-shoot camera is dust, dirt, sand and salt-proof, and you can take it underwater to a depth of 33 feet.