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Make sure to check out my blog! This is how I made a waterproof case for my digital camera. It's not a super detailed instructable...more like a build-a-long. ...
This box is just an airtight food storage box from Dollar General (cost $2.00). If you don't have a dollar store nearby, Meijers ALWAYS has them in stock, ...
By itself, this box isn't clear enough for taking picture. You'll need to cut a circular hole in it, and mount a piece of plexiglass/lexan/plastic/ as a lens. I used ...
The lense is just a peice of clear plastic with holes in it. It's mounted with bolts and nuts.
Use sticky-backed craft foam as a gasket. You are going to silicone the outside cracks anyway, but the foam makes a darn good secondary defense against water. The ...
Make sure the screw heads are facing inside. Before you tighten them, put some silicone on the threads.
Cut out a window on the lid of the container so you can see the screen of your camera. Using the same technique you did to make the lens, ...
OK, up to this pint, unknowingly, I made the lens-hole too small! I had to go back in time, and fix it. Don't make the same mistake! Don't make ...
One of the hard parts of making a custom case is actually holding the camera still! Without some way to mount you camera, it would just jumble around inside... So ...
Ok, this is a pretty iffy solution, but it works! It's hard to explain, but here I go.. Get a plastic cylinder that it small enough to push the camera's ...
Ok, now silicone EVERY SINGLE NOOK AND CRANNY. let it cure.. ..and get wet!
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