Ikelite's Waterproof Case Is Really Expensive, But Cool Looking
Jul 29, 2011 14:44
This waterproof case was made for Nikon cameras and was created from polycarbonate to keep the camera dry and corrosion free to depths of 200 ft. That's deep! The only problem? It costs $1,400.
There are two side handles, and both have buttons to control the camera. It's got an eye magnifier so you don't have to compromise views eventhough you're underwater. The waterproof case is on sale now. [Ikelite via Ballerhouse via Born Rich]
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