Out of the box digital camera depths inch deeper

Digicams are moving beyond the snorkel and splash range. Still not deep enought to earn a C-card, the 10.1-megapixel Olympus Stylus 1030 SW will however dive with you down to 33 feet with no case needed. Our go-to experts on digital cameras, Steves Digicams calls it “the toughest point-and-shoot camera in the world.” Beyond the pond, the camera can also handle shock (drop from 6.6. feet), cold down to 14 degrees Fahrenheit and the dirt and dust of the terrestrial environs. It has more underwater settings that some scuba specific cameras, and an underwater video setting. Also included are advance tech features such as Face Detection and Shadow Adjustment Technology. On top of that (or under all that) it takes a fine photo. See Steve’s full review and all the specs at http://www.steves-digicams.com/2008_reviews/stylus1030.html