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  • Waterproof your digital camera

    posted by AussieSoco01 on 04/27/2013

    Involvement:Expert (understands the inner workings) - Ownership:more than 1 month


    Made of soft, yet tough flexible plastic. Welded seams look good, even and strong. Make sure you order the right size for your camera and it seems to do the job. I tested mine by placing camera inside and then sitting the whole thing in a bucket of water for an hour - no leaks or damage to the camera inside and the zoom and other buttons were able to still be used through the bag.


    Was a bit worried the seal on the screw thread to attach the lens cover would leak, but once done up tight, it did not leak


    A regular, hard bodied, poly-carbonate camera housing is VERY expensive usually and you need on for the specific camera model. This is a more universal and much better cost alternative.


    For a cost effective way to use your regular camera under and around water, this is a good solution.

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