Polaroid Dive-Rated Waterproof Camera Housing – Protects Virtually Any Ultra Compact Lens Camera

October 13, 2013 - Comment

From Snorkeling to Sunsets… the Perfect SolutionPolaroid Underwater Camera Housing is dive rated to protect your camera while providing full access to all key controls. Unlike “zip-lock”+ “snap” housings, these cases feature a unique 2 piece track-lock system that also enhances rigidity and protects the camera from bumps or impact. In addition, the lens portion

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From Snorkeling to Sunsets… the Perfect Solution

Polaroid Underwater Camera Housing is dive rated to protect your camera while providing full access to all key controls. Unlike “zip-lock”+ “snap” housings, these cases feature a unique 2 piece track-lock system that also enhances rigidity and protects the camera from bumps or impact. In addition, the lens portion is made of a unique optical-grade plastic composite which minimizes light drop off and ensures clear images. Land or sea, when it comes to protection without compromise it’s the case to shoot for!

Product Features

  • Rugged Housing Provides Full Access To Virtually all Camera Key Controls And Features
  • Sealed Gasket Design For Added Protection From Water And The Elements
  • Depth Tested to 30′ (10m)
  • Housing Optimized For Underwater Flash Use
  • Protects Virtually Any Ultra Compact Lens Camera

Comments

R. P. K ( Kent) says:

Ok but I start from the position of having previously had two Dicapac soft underwater pouches which apart from being a bit fiddly to get used to, have and still do give me good service.I bought an identical polaroid type housing thinking it would be an improvement over the soft pouches and once I had fitted little tabs to ensure my camera was a snug fit and didn’t move inside the case, I declared myself satisfied.I have now had the chance to use the case whilst on holiday, and my opinions are now somewhat mixed.No problems with leakage etc and I was able to operate all the buttons (top and rear). on my Casio compact camera fairly easily .However, I did notice that I sometimes got spectrum type lines in my photos, which I believe were due to light penetration through the translucent plastic on the side of the lens housing.I remedied this by placing masking tape around the inside of the lens housing to shield the sunlight.The…

Tinmansrevenge says:

Simple and effective Very simple way to make a compact camera waterproof. The design is effective although you do have to press quite hard as there are no buttons so it is the casing that is pressed against to operate any of the functions.

Rambo says:

Fantastic I have been looking for a water proof casing for my Sony DSCW570 Cyber-shot for quite some time. The official Sony one comes with at a hefty price tag costing almost as much as the camera itself! I took the plunge (no pun intended) and splashed out (I’ve done it again) on this little product. I was quite sceptical at first but for the price I thought it was worth a shot. After receiving the item I put my camera in, however as my camera is quite small it doesn’t fit perfectly however this case does come with a small foam rectangular piece that sits under my camera keeping it in place. The next step was to test it out…. I highly recommend taking your camera out and using the small piece of paper supplied for the first test, which didn’t get a drop of water on it. After that I then put my camera back and plunged it into my sink and hey presto! I Now have a waterproof camera! This will really come in handy in the summer when on holiday at the beach, and I can now take pictures of…

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