cool, thanks for passing that on, although I'd be worried about taking it out in any heavy stuff, a 10 metre depth rating isn't too good.
The advantages of having one designed for surf-filming are pretty big, handles, decent controls and a more robust design.
I'll make do with a home-made one for now, maybe invest in a decent housing if I decide to take it more seriously and I happen to be in Australia or Cali'.
I only really want to try a helmet-cam and some other ideas like that so I don't need controls really, just a compact shell. Otherwise I might well go for a Dave Kelly, I guess you're more likely to hear about the problems people have had on the internet, so there's probably a load of happy customers out there somewhere, and they are made specifically for Surf-stuff.
Panasonic SD9, Panasonic NVGS-75, Canon MV600i