Okay, so I'm leaving to go camping in two days, and I've been putting off my camera preparation until the very last minute.
I will be going camping on the beach, and I do not want to get my precious camera filled with horrible sandy awfulness.
I was originally planning to just put my camera in a ziploc bag, but the pictures came out much too hazy, so I had to come up with another idea.
Please excuse the poor quality of the photos of the bag with the camera in it (haha it's hard to get pictures of your own camera).
The good thing about this design is that the bag can be changed when it starts to wear out (not that I will be using it that often but anyways).
All in all this took me around an hour from start to finish.
The general design for this came from seeing commercial versions such as: (although not specifically those brands) http://www.amazon.com/DiCAPac-WPS10-Waterproof-Cameras-190mm/dp/B00169HXW2/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top http://www.amazon.co.uk/Waterproof-Camera-Case-by-Overboard/dp/B004WHV5B0/ref=pd_sim_sg_3 http://www.amazon.com/DicaPac-WP410-10-5x16-0cm-Waterproof-Digital/dp/B001C20816/ref=pd_bxgy_p_img_z
The problem with these were:
b) Either too small or too large for my oddly sized camera (Nikon V1)