3 thoughts on “Venterior Underwater Waterproof Case Rain Snowfall Sand Dust Proof Housing Bag for Camera DSLR SLR Canon Nikon

  1. Julie
    15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    but it is a good protector against elements, November 7, 2014
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    Julie (PLANO, TEXAS, US) –

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    A little bulky and awkward to use, BUT, that being said I was realistic at what I was getting for the price and from reading reviews.
    I didn’t expect to go underwater with it, just wanted it because at the beach I forget I have my camera and wander in the water. I took it out into the water with me, pulled the front back so that it was tight against the lens and took pictures. It worked well, my camera stayed dry and you could see the fishes swimming around clearly. I wouldn’t suggest using it as an underwater case, but it is a good protector against elements. Keep a couple of silica packets in with it (the kind that are tossed in when you buy new shoes are fine) and keep a cloth to wipe/dry the front as needed before snapping.
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  2. Amazon Customer
    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent item if you have the sense to use ir properly!, July 20, 2015
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    Amazon Customer (PA) –

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    Bought this to use while flatwater kayaking to protect my new Canon SL1 digital SLR. Used it yesterday for the first time. It was easy to get the camera in and out of to take shots and to seal when I wasn’t using it. When paddling some water inevitably drips into the boat and this was just the ticket to deal with that. I just added a couple dessicant packs to absorb any condensation. As a scuba instructor I am not dumb enough to think this would be ok to take underwater. In fact I wouldn’t even try it no matter that the ad copy says. But for use as a rain/splash/dust/dirt protector I highly recommend it! At the price I may order another just to have in case I would accidentally damage this one. Great product!! Just be smart and use some common sense as to what applications you use it for. Something I see some reviewers didn’t do. User error is not the item’s fault. When it comes time to take my SLR actually under water I’ll buy a proper 1200 dollar Ikelite housing for it.
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  3. Katie Trapp
    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Was a Gift, June 28, 2014
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    Received this as a gift for use on an upcoming vacation, tested it twice and am sending back immediately. Had air leaks with and without camera in it, despite multiple checks to make sure all of the seals were snapped snugly. Extremely hard time to get the camera to focus/zoom in or out (just a kit lens on/autofocus on) with a Canon Rebel, as you are fighting buoyancy due to air in the bag once you submerge it. Took pics out of water, and they were blurry, never got an actual picture under water, too risky for my camera as Im watching it leak air underwater. Was hoping for a good bargain to extend the functionality of my camera, but I’d rather just purchase a waterproof point-and-shoot.
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