This camera is marketed as being both waterproof and shockproof and in Greenland I was to test both of these and it passed with flying colours.
This really is a camera you can take when out on the water and not worry about what would happen should you go swimming, either intentionally or unintentionally, let alone the odd wave or spay.
It's a compact unit which you can stuff into a small pocket and not notice the weight or mass.
But you won't be surprised to learn that the picture quality suffers accordingly. Detail is blurred, either out of focus or noisy, and low light images are particularly bad. There's also a ring around the lens which keeps popping off which is apparently to allow attachments (e.g. a zoom lens or fish eye) but is all too likely to fall off at just the wrong time.
Zooming in and out is via two buttons which feels slow compared to a DSLR's quick lens twist.
It's basically a fun camera for the beach, one you can take what ever sport you do and be sure that it will take ok photos, particularly in bright sunlight.
The battery was the weakest of the three, and on several kayak trips it reported battery flat somewhere on the return leg.