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Aquapac Mini Waterproof Camera Case

3.3 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

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  • All Aquapac cases were redesigned to use polyurethane instead of PVC. Polyurethane is 100 recyclable and more environmentally-friendly
  • Perfect size for Flip, Kodak, and other similar size shirt pocket cameras like the ZI8, Ultra or Mino
  • Can withstand temperatures from -40 F to 122 F
  • Thinner than PVC, making it easier to operate controls
  • The Mini Camera Case has Class 5 water protection, AquaPac's highest, meaning it is waterproof and submersible to depths greater than 12 feet
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Product Description

These are our two most affordable camera cases. Slip your camera in one of these and you can take it with you on the boat, in the pool, wherever you want. Get great shots, completely worry-free. Features The seams are high-frequency welded to form a super-strong bond. The Aquaclip® (a patented, ultra-secure, rustproof, injection-moulded plastic seal) opens and closes with a simple twist of two levers, and everything stays in one piece even when open. The mini size works best with cameras that have no optical zoom. The small case is perfect for most small compact cameras with zoom lenses. Submersible to 15ft/5m

Product Information

Product Dimensions 4 x 0.8 x 6 inches
Item Weight 1.3 ounces
Shipping Weight 2.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B0012BT8TA
Item model number 084048
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3.3 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #7,240 in Camera & Photo > Camera & Photo Accessories > Bags & Cases > Camera Cases
Date first available at Amazon.com October 2, 2001

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This was shot in July 2008, at Carlsbad, California. I was using a Flip Ultra and the Aquapac case. The only problem was that the sound got muffled when I hit a wave because I would squeeze the bag. Besides that, it is awesome. See end of video for a clip of it in my sink...
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Bought this to protect our Canon SD1000 on a family vacation at the beach. Gave us a little peace of mind that sand & water wouldn't get into the delicate camera bits, and we definitely took pics that we wouldn't have, had we not had the bag. Of the 30 or so pics we took with the camera in the bag, only 3 didn't turn out because of the bag (probably due to not noticing that the lens wasn't flat against the bag.)

The Canon SD1000 is a tight fit. Height & length are fine, but width is a problem when you are trying to turn the camera on. You have to make sure you're applying pressure to the top & bottom of the bag to force it as wide as possible before you turn the camera on, or the camera will err when the lens hits the front surface of the bag. Takes some getting used to. The bag is stiff & the camera buttons on top are hard to work through the blue "flexible surface"; this seemed to get a little better the more we used the bag. Would be much easier if the top of the bag was pleated, presenting a flat surface to the top of the camera, rather than the top being a fold. Usability no doubt varies greatly depending on what model camera you have. The neck lanyard was much appreciated when taking shots in the water, so you can have your hands free when you need to.
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This is the first underwater camera case that I have used. But it works amazingly well! I have only put the Flip Video Mino in it but the videos taken from inside the case and outside are superb! They look exactly alike!
I would recommend this product!! :)

~Emma
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I bought this and 2 others so we could use our cannon powershot and flip vidoe camera in Mexico. It worked great. I put our powershot in the pack and gingerly took it out in the ocean and after a few minutes realized it was keep the camera completely dry. It also takes very clear pictures through the plastic. On almost all the pictures you couldn't even tell it was in the bag! The only draw back I have is that sometimes when the lens would extend from the camera body when you would turn the camera on it would push up agains the plastic of the bag and cause the camera to error because it couldn't fully extend. I quickly learned that if you made sure the camera wasn't all the way at to the side of the bag it would funtion just fine. It was nice, cost effective, way to take pictures in a wet environment. We even pushed the bag underwater and took a some pictures!
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My husband and I bought this case for a snorkeling trip during our honeymoon. It serves the purpose for our digital camera, but what's even more amazing is that we ended up using it everyday everywhere even when we were "above" water. We put our hotel key card, credit card, and cash inside and walking around the beach, hotel pool and even to dinners. It's so convenient because we can just carry everything we need with us and get inside the water anytime we want.
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Basically this is a waterproof case for your camera that allows you to use it under water, but only up to 15 feet. I used this on a recent trip to Hawaii, snorkeling, and never at depths more than 2 or 3 feet. It kept the camera totally dry. However, since it's not the exact size, you need to keep the plastic pulled tight over the camera lense, or it will focus on the bag and not the picture. Also, underwater light doesn't travel as far, so what you see with your eye won't necessarily come out in the picture. Lastly, my product came with silica packs to stop moisture. They also create a small amount of dust that needs to be cleaned out of the case every few days.
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I bought a Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS3 waterproof camera for the cruise we just went on and since just about any of these ruggedized/waterproof camera reviews are very mixed, this was purchased as an added layer of insurance. Earlier this week we were in Xcaret in Mexico and if you aren't familiar with this place, the biggest attraction is the (partially) underground river. The water isn't deep in the areas you are allowed to go, maybe 6'6" deep at most. You have to wear a life jacket, so you can't go below the surface and this thing leaked while remaining no more than 2' underwater. The bag didn't completely fill with water, but there was about a quarter inch in the bag (long ways) by the time we were half-way through the river. The bag was fully sealed and I made sure that there were no obstructions along the open edge before sealing it. I'm glad the Lumix was (so far) as good as advertised, but I'm lucky I didn't decide to use my regular camera with this as a trial.
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