Aquapac Camera Case

Priced: $19.98 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Aquapac Camera Case
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Aquapac Camera Case - Capture those memorable moments out on the water or even in the water. This Aquapac Compact Camera Case is 100% waterproof up to 15 feet and fits small point-and-shoot cameras.


  • The new ultra-clear LENZFLEX material makes for quality photos shot through the case; hold lens as close to window as possible


  • Waterproof up to 15 feet and fits small point-and-shoot cameras; please note: a zoom feature on your camera probably cannot be used


  • Adjustable detachable neck cord so it's easy to wear or attach to gear


  • Aquaclip watertight seal assures the case will float on the off chance you drop your camera in the water
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New for '08:PVC free; made from polyurethane (PU)

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Aquapac Camera Case Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

It saved my camera

I was kayaking through some rapids when my kayak got jammed up on some rocks. The strong current ripped open my compartment, spilling out most of my gear. I found the camera safe and dry floating in the bag about a 1/4 mile down stream. A great investment.
Nick at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 07/07/2008

Negative Reviews:

Dry, but poor for underwater photography

This bag will certainly keep your camera dry but it is marketed for underwater photography, and for that it's very poor. If you remove enough air for the bag to descend easily (i.e., create a vacuum), the rubbery material tends to fold or bunch up over the camera lens. As a result images are badly distorted and very disappointing. Straightening out the bag is quite difficult due to the vacuum.

Manipulating your camera's controls when it's enclosed in the bag is also difficult.

Get a waterproof camera or underwater housing instead.
Jeff from Boston at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2011