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  1. #1
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    Default Safe Pocket camera that is polarized?

    Hi All;

    Is there a small compact waterproof camera (point and shoot) with a polarized lens in it (or attachable) available?

    I'd buy one in 0.00001 secs if there was...likely along with 1,000,000 other anglers...isn't angling the #1 world sport (more people doing it than any other sport). You'd think a camera company would realize this
    Last edited by silverleapers; 16-10-2010 at 02:15 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverleapers View Post
    Hi All;

    Is there a small compact waterproof camera (point and shoot) with a polarized lens in it (or attachable) available?

    I'd buy one in 0.00001 secs if there was...likely along with 1,000,000 other anglers...isn't angling the #1 world sport (more people doing it than any other sport). You'd think a camera company would realize this
    I'm also very interested if there is something like this available to the market.

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    You can get clip on ones for phone cameras

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    SHOOT 52MM Protective Circular Polarizer Lens(CPL) w' cover f GoPro Hero 5 Black | eBay
    Go pro will take photos as well as vids you can always get a still of a video and it's good quality.... saves for the embarrassing dropping and timing of photos !
    Last edited by Mattytree; 14-06-2017 at 12:28 PM.

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    I think you can add filters to the lens of the Olympus TG-4 Tough waterproof compact.

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    Yes and the new Tg5 - excellent camera

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    Im really interested on buying a small waterproof camera for talking catch & release photos any feedback would be really helpful as im all new to camera stuff chaps

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    The Olympus Tough TG5 is a decent camera as is the Panasonic FT5. I used to have the Panasonic but lost it whilst fishing one day. I replaced it with Olympus and to be perfectly honest preferred the Panasonic. The downside to it is that although I found the image quality to be excellent they didn't look all that good on the built in screen on the back of the camera. This meant I was taking a few pictures of the same object to make sure i got a good one. Having just checked online Panasonic now have a new series which should make the price of the older series a lot more reasonable. If however you look at the Olympus and like it I might have a used but almost new one for sale as I am now really interested in the new Panasonic range.
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