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    In case anyone's interested, I put up a how-to guide to making your own water-housing for shooting surf/watersports, here's the link:

    http://rskonline.co.uk/housing.htm

    might be of some use to someone on a tight budget like me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bgarthp
    In case anyone's interested, I put up a how-to guide to making your own water-housing for shooting surf/watersports, here's the link:

    http://rskonline.co.uk/housing.htm

    might be of some use to someone on a tight budget like me.
    Big market for some of that stuff in Germany, i hear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bgarthp's Web Site
    A while ago Stuart Thomas and I decided to make a housing for my video camera, after a few attempts we've finally come up with something that works quite well.
    "quite well" eh? Does that mean it only half fills up with water then?

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    Perhaps it doesn't get wet, but only films the inside of a cealed box?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Mills
    Quote Originally Posted by bgarthp's Web Site
    A while ago Stuart Thomas and I decided to make a housing for my video camera, after a few attempts we've finally come up with something that works quite well.
    "quite well" eh? Does that mean it only half fills up with water then?
    well,

    Quote Originally Posted by bgarthp's Web Site also
    Limitations and Techniques...
    no controls, wiew finder... etc.
    I know what you mean though, I should change the wording a bit, but it does film what you point it at (outside of the sealed box), and there's no leaks at all...
    yet.
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