|Hard lens camera cases||RRP|
|458 SLR Camera Case||£95.00|
|451 System Camera Case||£90.00|
|428 Mini Camera Case with Hard Lens||£35.00|
Compact System, Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens, and Super Zoom cameras.
What size do I need?
Fits most Compact System cameras, and smaller Bridge cameras.
The following cameras all fit: Fujifilm X-E1 & X-E2; Nikon J1 & 2; Olympus PL & PM; Panasonic GF5 & 6, GX1; Sony NEX 3, 5, 6 & 7.
If you can't work out if your camera will fit, then contact us.
|Colour||Cool Grey with grey shoulderstrap|
|Materials||TPU with optically-clear acrylic lens|
|Weight||Case: 6.0oz / 171g - Shoulderstrap: 2.0oz / 56g|
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Videos - How It Works:
Click here for examples of customer images taken through Aquapac camera cases.
Review by blog by Czech photographer Pavel Schlemmer, added 02/01/2014: Fujifilm XE-2 and Aquapac 451 together underwaterTo read the blog - with great images - see http://pavels.cz/blog/fujifilm-xe-2-and-aquapac-451-together-under-water-real-life-test
Review by Scotland Outdoors, added 28/10/2013: a great ideaI wouldn’t normally drop my camera in a bath of water, but for the benefit of this blog I did so. I opened the robust looking seal of the case, popped in my camera and then resealed it. It is as easy as that.
It was then a little nerve-wracking as I pushed the case and camera under the water’s surface and held it there. But it didn’t leak. When I let go, the case bobbed back to the surface and floated around.
Before trying to take a photograph I checked the inside of the camera case to ensure there had been no leaks. There wasn’t a single tiny droplet of water inside, thank goodness.
Next test was outdoors in the rain. There has been a lot of rain lately – during numerous runs, cycles and walks – so I have had plenty of time to ensure the camera case will keep my camera dry. It worked very well. I didn’t have a problem with condensation but if I did I could always pop in a desiccant sachet...
It’s obviously not as simple as holding the camera itself in your hand but despite being covered by plastic, I was still able to operate the camera buttons. If you have a touch screen camera, it’s possible to operate the screen through the plastic with your fingertips.
The photographs taken through the lens of the case also come out very clearly. I was surprised by this but it seems that the plastic lens front on the camera case causes no hindrance to great quality pics.
For extreme conditions, such as heavy rain, or when you are sea kayaking, on the beach or close to any form of water and want to protect your camera, the Aquapac camera case is a great idea.
Full review at http://www.scotoutdoors.com/outdoor-gear-reviews-news/aquapac-system-waterproof-camera-case#.UmpEkuxL4H8.twitter