Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Using an underwater bag to protect your camera, part of Photo Gear Weekly.
- We're kicking off Photo Gear Weekly…with a little bit of fun by the water.…I'm here in Central Park in New York City,…and I have a really cool accessory here,…an underwater bag for my digital SLR.…This is actually a very affordable…solution for underwater photography,…or not even going into the water,…even if you're near the water,…keeping that camera a little bit safe.…This is a very affordable solution,…this is around about $300 for a digital SLR.…There are models for mirrorless cameras,…smaller cameras, for around about $200.…Very inexpensive, especially compared…to a proper underwater housing for a digital SLR,…which can easily cost you several thousand dollars.…
The process of using this bag…is actually very straightforward.…We have an adapter ring that goes…onto my lens just like a filter would,…and that allows me to snap it into place…with this optical glass on the front of the bag,…and then we've got the bag itself, of course,…and we seal it up with a few screws there.…There's even a bit of foam inside,…
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