Learn how to set the underwater function using the Canon G10
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The Underwater Scene mode can be found in the Scene Mode which means turn your mode dial to SCN. SCN stands for scene and this allows me access to a lot of scene profiles.
You can see right now, I’m in the landscape scene profile. And I’d just use my dial to move this over to different profiles until I get to the Underwater option. There’s aquarium and that is underwater.
Right now, as you can see my flash is set to automatic. Well, if the light is very, very low, the flash will be used. And even though the underwater housing for this camera does have a diffuser over the flash, it may still result in a bad picture because the flash is coming from an angle so close to the lens which means you’re going to light up all that plankton between you and the subject. So, either use an external flash at an angle from the camera or turn the flash off which means just press the flash button right here and scroll over to the flash off and hit Sets and then go ahead and take the picture this way.
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