Every summer, my friend throws a formalwear pool party where we dress up in tuxes and gowns and then jump in the pool a whole bunch of times. The best part of this party is that some guests have underwater cameras to document the whole thing. It made me realize that I should have gotten an underwater camera when I bought my rinky-dink digital camera. It just seems more practical to have the option of taking pictures on land or under the sea and/or pool! So, I researched some cameras and found some affordable options, but those affordable options weren’t the best quality, so my photographer friend suggested I buy an underwater camera case for my rinky-dink digital camera. A case is more affordable than the more affordable camera options, and it will have the same effect as a cheaper underwater camera. I’m not going to be taking pictures for “National Geographic” or anything, so that’s no problem for me, and this case is perfect for snorkeling and swimming, as long as you don’t use it eighty feet under the sea.
This particular underwater camera case, “My Aqua Case 6810, Large Underwater Camera Case” fits onto:
Benq: C630/ C740i
Canon: IXUS 850/ 900/ 950/ 960/ 750 IS/ IXUS 800/ 960/ 970 IS, A1000IS / IXUS 870 IS
Nikon: L6/ L12/ L14/ L15/ L16/ L18
Olympus: FE-130/ FE-200/ FE-290/ FE310/ SP-700/ 750/ 740/ 760/ FE-350/ FE370
Panasonic: LS70/ LS75/ LS80
Premier: SL-8/ SL-83/ A350/ A670/ DC-S59L/ DC7375/ DC8670
Ricoh: R3/ R30
Samsung: S760/ S860/ L100/ D860/ S1060
Sony: W130/ W150/ W300/ S730
If your camera is not listed above, you can Google some options that would fit your camera.
For examples of underwater pics check out these:
Get your underwater camera case HERE!