2 reviews

Canon D10

$330.00 Released May, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Durable - shock resistant, waterproof and freeze proof. Can be used up to 33 feet underwater. Easy to use.

The Cons:Expensive. Not that durable - it is easy to meet or exceed the extremes. Poor 3x zoom.

The Canon D10 is a durable digital camera designed for an adventurous and active lifestyle.  The camera is shock resistant, waterproof up to 33 feet and freeze proof up to 14 degrees F allowing it to capture video and still images underwater and in extreme temperatures.

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Product Shot 2  It features a 12.1 megapixel sensor and records VGA video in 640 x 480 resolution.  The D10 is designed with a 2.5" color LCD display with interchangeable faceplates allowing the user to customize it's look.  It offers 3x optical and 4x digital zoom with optical image stabilization for clear shots.  It also includes face detection technology with a face detection self timer and an intelligent AUTO feature which analyzes the shooting conditions and selects the appropriate setting.  The D10 is expected to be released in May 2009.


  • Shock resistant (up to 4 feet)
  • Water resistant (up to 33 feet)
  • Freeze proof (to 14 degrees F)
  • 12.1 megapixel sensor
  • 3x optical, 4x digital, 12x combined zoom with Optical Image Stabilizer
  • Records video in VGA 640x480 resolution
  • 2.5" color LCD display with wide viewing angle
  • Interchangeable faceplates with orange, camouflage, and gray available
  • Face detection technology with face-detection self timer
  • DIGIC 4 Image Processor
  • Smart AUTO settings
  • Weight: 190g

User Reviews (3)

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  • 2

    durable - shock resistant, waterproof and freeze proof

  • 2

    can be used up to 33 feet underwater

  • 2

    easy to use

  • 1

    2 second start up

  • 1

    'smart auto mode' choses best picture mode automatically

  • 1

    # 2 uses affordable, capacious and easy to find SD/SDHC memory cards

  • 1

    (local pro for all Canon cameras) Service centre even if not in Belgium has proper communication channels and repairs quickly.

  • 0

    solid construction

  • 0

    great for care-free use / children

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  • 2

    not that durable - it is easy to meet or exceed the extremes

  • 2

    poor 3x zoom

  • 1

    strange looking

  • 1

    Poor build quality, lens error after 11 months of use without doing anything extreme

  • 1

    (local con for all Canon cameras) No service centre in Belgium - one has to phone and ship abroad for repair (higher cost for worse service).

  • 0

    extremely basic point & shoot

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