The Canon PowerShot D30 camera is said to be the world’s deepest waterproof camera, allowing for shooting up to 25 metres below sea level. This camera is also temperature-resistant from -10 degrees to 40 degrees Celsius and shockproof to 2 metres.
The built-in GPS tracker remembers where and when photos were taken so images can be captured along with the date, time and location.
Sunlight LCD mode reduces glare when shooting above water. In the water, the screen is bright and intuitive.
Smart Auto intelligently selects the proper camera settings based on 32 predefined shooting situations giving users the best possible shot composition. Intelligent IS automatically chooses from six different modes to help image stabilization for the shooting condition.
In addition, the D30 also delivers excellent low-light shooting capabilities through the Canon HS System – powered by a 12.1-megapixel High-Sensitivity CMOS sensor and DIGIC 4 Image Processor.
The PowerShot D30 camera also records 1080p full HD videos via a dedicated movie button.
The PowerShot D30 will be available in April for a retail price of $349.99 in blue.