|Hard lens camera cases||MSRP|
|458 SLR Camera Case||$140.00|
|451 System Camera Case||$130.00|
|428 Mini Camera Case with Hard Lens||$55.00|
What size do I need?
Fits most consumer SLRs with standard lenses, including all bodies which use an APS/DX sensor, and some smaller bodies with full sensor.
Canon 1D and Canon 5D MkII do NOT fit.
Nikon D3 does NOT fit. Nikon D300S and D7000 are TIGHT fits.
If you can't work out if your SLR will fit, then contact us.
|Colour||Cool Grey with grey shoulderstrap|
|Materials||TPU with optically-clear acrylic lens.|
|Weight||Case: 7.6oz / 216g
Shoulderstrap: 2.0oz / 56g
|Add to Compare|
Videos - How It Works:
Click here for examples of customer images taken through Aquapac camera cases.
Review by Robin Henderson, Geneva, Switzerland, added 5/11/12: you have my top support for your product“I am happy to say that I was able to locate and purchase the SLR Camera Case in the Gadget Trend Shop in the Amarin Plaza Bangkok upon my arrival in Thailand. I was completely satisfied with the product which I used quite successfully with my Pentax K7 SLR on both island snorkeling and sea kayaking excursions. I was the focus of some envy by other excursionists who asked me where I got the camera case….and who witnessed first hand that my SLR safely survived. Again a big thank you and you have my top support for your product.”
Review by Chris Skone-Roberts, added 5/11/12: Tips From A ProTo Disperse Water Droplets on the Lens: Most Pros use Rain-X. The guys in Maui use half an onion and rub it on the lens. But my personal favourite is to use waterproof sunscreen - the higher the factor the better. When you dip the lens just lift it clear of the water and blow the droplets off.
Opening/Closing: Never EVER open the case with wet hands. Only ever insert/remove the camera with the case completely upside down, with the opening at the bottom.
Taking shots: Rather than shooting in normal style of looking at what you see through the view finder, start shooting at what you are pointing the camera at you will get the hang of it. Feel free to look at the images on my site under kite-surfing and see the results we get.
Chris Skone-Roberts is a professional watersports photographer. View his website at http://www.lazyblueskies.com/wp/