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KT1031

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Hi all,

have any of you tried before underwater shooting with ur DSLR? thinking should i rent a underwater case for my D90 for this trip. u guys think it's safe?
 

lamergod

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I have not rented , but it's definetly worth renting . There's beautiful fishes and when the boat brings you on snorklijg trips. They bring you to exotic locations and you can get great landscape when you go up the beach . There's also underwater housing rental ther IIRC .
 

naibaf

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I got one of those digipac cases for dslr, its relatively safe for snorkelling but if you're going for a full-dive don't even consider. Rent the hardcase, I think they are a much safer albeit more expensive bet.
 

dejavu

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Hi all,

have any of you tried before underwater shooting with ur DSLR? thinking should i rent a underwater case for my D90 for this trip. u guys think it's safe?
Hmm, where can you rent the housing? Even if you can rent it, it doesn't guarantee your camera from being flooded...
 

KT1031

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Hmm, where can you rent the housing? Even if you can rent it, it doesn't guarantee your camera from being flooded...
haha. not sure abt it myself. i c website renting lens and camera, mayb they will have it as well? :dunno:
 

Shen siung

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Check out the underwater photography sub-forum. Details about DSLR underwater housing, compact, etc.
 

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