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    Default Lobang for K-7 under water casing

    Anyone knows of a low cost underwater case for K-7? I have come across those costing US$2000 and i cant afford it.. any cheap recommendations appreciated
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    Default Re: Lobang for K-7 under water casing

    You aure you want those cheapo type? Wait your K7 "drown" then you know. Will become beyond repair and need to buy another one.
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    saw some 100+ types.. macham put inside a plastic bag and seal from the top tat type on ebay l0ls kinda scary...
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    Default Re: Lobang for K-7 under water casing

    Quote Originally Posted by chuanzuya View Post
    Anyone knows of a low cost underwater case for K-7? I have come across those costing US$2000 and i cant afford it.. any cheap recommendations appreciated
    "lubang" is hole in malay and the correct spelling is "lubang". sure you want to look for u/w casing with hole?

    concur with felix, you may not want to skimp on your casing. for my u/w water photography, i choose something light and handy, a waterproof P&S camera
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    Quote Originally Posted by seefei View Post
    "lubang" is hole in malay and the correct spelling is "lubang". sure you want to look for u/w casing with hole?

    concur with felix, you may not want to skimp on your casing. for my u/w water photography, i choose something light and handy, a waterproof P&S camera
    Lobang & Lubang are the same meaning. The only differences is that "Lubang" are more to Indonesia language while "Lobang" are Malay language. Different spelling, same meaning .


    Anyways, I dun think I wanna use my DSLR for underwater photography. Unless I got another cheap camera body that I dun mind Battering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chuanzuya View Post
    saw some 100+ types.. macham put inside a plastic bag and seal from the top tat type on ebay l0ls kinda scary...

    Get the W90. Saw it at SLR for $499 only . . . Like that can go under water liao . . .
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    noted with thks.. let me read up on W90
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    Yeah...the W80 is designed for that purpose plus you may not want to fiddle with a "bulky" DSLR while underwater.
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    Quote Originally Posted by airconvent View Post
    Yeah...the W80 is designed for that purpose plus you may not want to fiddle with a "bulky" DSLR while underwater.
    Yalor. I sayang my Camera so much that even a small drop of water also my face look like this...





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    Default Re: Lobang for K-7 under water casing

    Try consider other makes instead. Too risky and expensive to have the K7 submerged into water. For a reasonable price, you can try to look for a Sanyo Full-HD Dual Cam with a 45m Underwater Housing. Should arrive in Singapore in about 1~2 months time.

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