Vivitar 7399 7.1 Megapixel Underwater Digital Camera – Black(7.1MP, 4x Zoom, 12 Metre Waterproof, 2.4 Screen) **Free Waterproof Case**

September 11, 2013 - Comment

The Vivitar 7399 features a resolution of 7.1 megapixels, with anti-shake technology helping you achieve a fantastic shot. With its 2.4″ TFT preview screen you’ll always be able to take perfect photos and videos. Packed with features like scene, ISO, and white balance adjustment, along with the rechargeable lithium ion battery, this camera is perfect

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The Vivitar 7399 features a resolution of 7.1 megapixels, with anti-shake technology helping you achieve a fantastic shot. With its 2.4″ TFT preview screen you’ll always be able to take perfect photos and videos. Packed with features like scene, ISO, and white balance adjustment, along with the rechargeable lithium ion battery, this camera is perfect for the amateur or professional. 7MP Sensor Auto Focus Lens ISO:Auto, 100, 200, 400 LCD display:2.4-inch TFT Flash Mode: Auto / Forced on / Forced off / Red eye reduction File Format:AVI, JPEG AAA Batteries

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B.N says:

Phenomemal Camera !!!!!!! After receiving this camera for Christmas, i couldn’t wait to try it out, so i tried taking a few shots and video in my own fish tanks and he quality was remarkable. There are settings that allow you to change how many mega-pixels you want to use, i haven’t seen this in any other camera. However the only slightly negative part is the battery life, after taking a few 7mp, super fine pictures the camera says it ran out of charge, but then 5 mins later it goes back to 2/3 charged, however this could be due to the fact that the only batteries we had left were the ASDA smart price ones !Overall this camera is great, very nice and compact size the case is easy to use and understand and it comes with a USB cable, 2 wrist straps one for the camera and one for the waterproof case, a pocket holder for the camera and several instructions and a piece of paper that was specifically useful which showed us how to test the casing before use.THIS IS A MUST BUY CAMERA…

Kenneth May "kenny123" says:

Good camera if you fit the right batteries On the poor points:-I first fitted Maplin extra longlife alkaline batteries. These only latest for 7 still shots at max res and a 5 minute video. The flash will not come on if the batteries are low. I replaced the batteries with same type. This time I viewed the 7 shots and ran the video. When I tried to download via USB to my PC, it would not work until I replaced the batteries again. I sent two e-mails to the manufacturer asking how long they expected the batteries to last but got stupid replies (basically ignored the question). I then fitted Lithium batteries and so far they have lasted at least 20 stills shots and several short videos (1 minute max) without the battery indicator showing low.The pictures come out a bit grainy if you take land shots while still in the waterproof housing. The camera won’t fit the waterproof housing if the wrist strap is fitted, so I left the camera in the housing all the time and used the additional wrist strap supplied for the…

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