Less than 0.8" thick, this versatile, compact digital camera is designed with the signature style and performance for which the Stylus line is renowned with the added benefits of Shock and Waterproof technology - perfect for any situation, durable enough for shooting in any conditions. From hiking, surfing and skiing to parties and Little League games, the solid, shock-absorbing design combines with waterproof sealants to deliver clear, vibrant pictures of whatever, whenever, wherever.
SHOCKPROOF (5 ft.).
If you can take it, it can take it. Its durable exterior and interior construction absorbs impact brought on by a drop or other accidental trauma so your camera and images are protected.
WATERPROOF (10 ft.).
Take it in the pool, in the ocean, at the water park or on the boat - the Stylus 720 SW delivers great results to depths up to 10 feet (for up to 1 hour) underwater using the same sealant technology used in our underwater housings.
BRIGHT CAPTURE TECHNOLOGY.
Shooting in low light is no longer a problem. Even when it's too dark for your eyes to see, you can preview your subject clearly on the large 2.5" LCD and capture sharp and bright images without having to use a flash thanks to Bright Capture Technology, unique to the Stylus line.
DIGITAL IMAGE STABILIZATION MODE.
A high ISO sensitivity and fast shutter speed mean pictures of moving subjects that typically come out blurry will now be clear and enjoyable. With Digital Image Stabilization, you’ll never have to worry about camera shake again.
28 SHOOTING MODES.
Choose from among 28 pre-set shooting modes to get superior image quality, color and clarity in most any situation - night, sunset, beach & snow, candlelight, (4) under water scene modes and more. Also captures VGA-quality video with sound.
EASY TO SEE 2.5" LCD SCREEN.
Images are easier to capture and more impressive to share on this premium-sized 2.5" LCD screen.
ONE-TOUCH, PICTBRIDGE PRINTING.
Connect to any PictBridge-enabled printer, display an image on the LCD, and print it with just the push of a button on the back of the camera...no computer necessary.