We’ve got a new winner for 2017, with a pair of waterproof cameras that really live up to their name.
And, yes, they’re all waterproof.
All three of these are in our top five.
Sony A6000-E5 II (2016) We’re all about the camera on the Sony A5000-E.
But it’s also one of the best camera on this list.
The Sony A600-E6, the A6000, and the A6100 all make up the rest of this list and all come close to matching the quality of this camera.
That’s thanks to the Sony-designed, lightweight, and waterproof materials.
These cameras all use a combination of Corning’s Gorilla Glass 3 and Sony’s IPX7 water-repellent coating.
These are all pretty good.
The only real drawback of the Sony is that it only has a 16MP sensor, which isn’t enough to really capture the full potential of the A8000-E’s sensor.
And the A600E lacks a built-in flash.
But, overall, it’s a solid camera that’s just worth your money.
The A6000 has a few things going for it: It’s waterproof and the Sony materials have the ability to keep things wet.
You can use the camera with rain-proofing gloves, or if you’re really into it, use it on the beach or on a deck, where you can shoot images of your favorite locations.
The camera also has a wide-angle lens with a 50mm lens.
And you can get a wireless charging kit with the A5000E if you want to make the most of the camera’s battery life.
For more on the A3000-E, check out our review.
Nikon D800 (2016-2017) Nikon’s D800 series of cameras have been around for a long time and, while not quite as expensive as the Sony, they still make up a good chunk of the Nikon market.
This is mainly due to the fact that Nikon is not a camera company that makes all of their cameras in one place.
Instead, Nikon makes its cameras in factories all over the world and, at least, they make them at a reasonable price.
The D800 and D800EX all come with a 16 MP sensor, so you’ll be able to shoot images with this sensor in a variety of situations.
They also have a large, 3,000mAh battery, which is plenty long-lasting.
There are also a lot of camera accessories, like a full-frame DSLR mount, a mount for an external flash, and a wireless remote for controlling the camera from your smartphone.
But the biggest selling point for Nikon is the inclusion of waterproofing and IPX8 protection, which are two of the major selling points for the D800.
The Nikon D600, for example, comes with IPX6 and IPY protection.
You’ll also want to check out the Nikon D5 and D5EX cameras, which also come with waterproofing, IPX10 protection, and IPV protection.
But for most people, the waterproofing will be the main selling point.
The big downside to the Nikon is that the D700 is still only available in the US, and if you don’t live in the United States, you’ll have to wait a while for the Nikon to release a new version of the D series.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-Z1000 (2016, 2017) Panasonic has been making a lot more compact cameras for a while now.
They’re still building smaller cameras like the D7000, D7100, D800, and D5000, but the DMC series has been around since the D750.
The first of these cameras was the D-50, and it was a great compact camera, and even a great camera with a very small sensor.
However, the D8000-DMC-1, DMC3, and later the D1000-DDA-1 all follow the D50 model.
All of these DMC cameras have a 16 megapixel sensor.
Panasonic’s DMC camera lineup has been very successful, and now the DDA-series is coming along.
It’s a very compact camera with 16 megapixels, and Panasonic is bringing it with it.
The main selling points of the new DDA series are that it’s IPY-rated, waterproof, and has a battery life of up to 10 hours.
The downside of the newer DDA is that its battery life is slightly shorter than the D75D, and that’s a shame.
If you’re looking for a good compact camera that can take pictures in pretty much any environment, this is your best option.
Sony XA8 (2016 and 2017) Sony has been building its camera lineup with a focus on small cameras.
But as we’ve mentioned before, Sony has always been about the big-