4th October 2004, 06:00 PM
Nikon Coolpix 3100 with Fantasea Housing
Hi there guys,
I have had about 5 outings with my Coolpix 3100 in relatively shallow water of about 2-5 meters while snorkeling. The water is usually quite crisp and clear with good lighting. Am I correct in saying that the use of no flash and no white balance setting is fine? In other word - full auto with no flash - Is it necessary to have other settings and filters at this depth? My pictures come out quite sharp but still a little blurry. (But that's only because I am trying to hold on to kelp in turbulant water
Any help form other Coolpix or Canon A70 dudes?