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Am after a case for my digi cam so I can take some underwater pics when on hols,

Have seen this CLICKY on ebay, dont know if I should chance it or not or just buy some cheap disposable undwewater cameras?

Anyone got one or have any advice?

Thanks

Paul

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I've used an Aquapac case for a while now, got an LCD TV in the bathroom and the Aquapac holds the remote! It's never let in a drop, even when I've been idly sitting in the bath playing with it (the Aquapac that is :innocent: ) until I've realised that I've been idly playing with the release catches! :o

Got a bigger one now. Would've been for a 360 wireless controller but not easy to use the analogue sticks, so it's for my Panasonic DMC-LX2 now!

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I've used an Aquapac case for a while now, got an LCD TV in the bathroom and the Aquapac holds the remote! It's never let in a drop, even when I've been idly sitting in the bath playing with it (the Aquapac that is :innocent: ) until I've realised that I've been idly playing with the release catches! :o

Got a bigger one now. Would've been for a 360 wireless controller but not easy to use the analogue sticks, so it's for my Panasonic DMC-LX2 now!

I have used an Aquapac too - excellent for keeping the water out.

You don't say how deep you are planning to dive. If you are going to a popular diving resort, the equipment hire firms may have specialist underwater cameras (such as the Nikonos) for hire.

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Yep, that's the ones.

If you visit www.aquapac.co.uk you'll find an application list. Look up your camera/camcorder/phone and you can see which Aquapac fits it. You can by from the site too, but eBay tends to be a bit cheaper.

I picked up a 441 (the large one you've found) for £30 dead-on from the eBay user rtccomms but he's not got any of those ones at the moment as far as I can tell.

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They are the ones, but you'll notice the 5 metre limitation.

Fine for snorkeling, but a bit limited for scuba. On the assumption that you are going on an organised dive, be sure to ask what depth you will be going to.

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