At midnight on Friday I presented the TSV – a fabulous little camera from Fuji called the Z33WP. This little camera is a must with your summer hols just around the corner because it’s waterproof to three metres, so not only can you take some great shots under the surface of the sea but it also keeps the sand out! Which is great as the sand stops many of us even thinking of taking our cameras onto the beach. The camera also boasts an impressive 10 megapixels, 3x optical zoom, 5x digital zoom and a whole host of shooting modes.
I was walking Toby this week and we stumbled across a Slow Worm and a Roe Deer on the same day! As you can see from the pictures my 5 megapixel (no optical zoom) phone made a decent job of the Slow Worm (basically it’s a snake-like legless lizard and I was able to get close) but the shot of the deer is disappointing. If I had used the Z33WP though, the 3x optical zoom and 5x digital zoom would have got me much closer to it and 10 megapixels would also have enabled me to crop the photo with a better quality result.
Don’t forget if the deer had then leapt into the nearby lake I could have followed it with confidence! OK perhaps not – but you get the idea.