PowerLead Gapo G051 2.7 Inch LCD Cameras16 MP Digital Camera Underwater


I got this 10m Waterproof Camera to take pictures while my kids are playing in the pool and when we go on vacation to the beach. I don’t like having to use my cell phone so close to the water for fear of dropping it. So I wanted to see how this camera would work and if it would really work underwater. First thing I do before getting into the pool, is I always check to make sure that the battery door is securely closed. Sometimes it looks like it is closed but if you make sure the gray clip is completely clipped down this will avoid any leakage. I always use the wrist strap so that I can keep a good hold of the camera. I used this in my pool on three different occasions and it hasn’t leaked yet.

The instructions that come with it are very easy to follow and I also like that it does come with its own SD card. It easily stores away in the included case. It charges via USB cable and it charges very quickly. I still have not had to recharge it. It also includes software that you can put on your computer to easily get the photos off of your camera. Overall, this camera has not leaked on me once, it does photograph and video underwater, and is a lot of fun to get different pictures of my kids being silly that I normally wouldn’t be able to capture.

I received this product complimentary in exchange for an honest review and constructive feedback. I received no financial compensation. My review is based solely on my personal experiences with the product and are my opinions alone. I have no affiliation with the seller or manufacturer.


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