This is what you'll need:
1 - a piece of cardboard. enough to do the job.
1 - emptied, cleaned, dried milk bag, or freezer bag. any kind of small, leak proof bag.
1 - a roll of Gorilla Tape
1 - short length of Hemp string (or whatever else string)
1 - hot glue gun/stick
2 - business card/thin thin thin cardboard
1 - piece of scrap clothing. eg. old t-shirt
1 - nail
Step 1: Mark Your Measurements and Work Some Folds In..
Each time I had to work a fold in, I put the board in the vice at the appropriate angle and began working the cardboard so that it folded more naturally in the position I desire.
Step 2: More Measurements and Then Cutting.
2. When you're satisfied, begin cutting.
Step 3: Start Folding.
2. Put your camera in it's intended position and fold one of the side tabs over onto the in-place bottom flap. Once you've got a firm grip on the placement, remove the camera and apply some hot glue between the flaps, maintaining their positions.
3. After a few seconds, fold over the remaining side flap and hot glue it down as well.
Step 4: Waterproofing.
2. Slide your cardboard box into the bag and mark the depth you need. Cut the bag to depth.
3. Fold the bag over and tack it in place with a piece of Gorilla tape.
4. Begin wrapping the box with the milk bag layered in the middle. Make sure to close up the bottom and any cracks.
5. Slide the remaining milk bag on your top flap. Begin folding, begin taping.
Step 5: Making the Latch.
2. Tap that sucker in place.
3. Take your string/rope and affix an end to the underside of your top flap.
4. Wrap the string around the nail head and run the line up to the opposite underside of the top flap. Cut. Tape.
5. At the apex of your rope loop, put a small strip of tape, and hot glue if you like.
6. With hot glue, affix a small piece of hemp rope at edge of the small strip of tape.
7. Once the little string is secure, wrap it in tape too.
-- the purpose of the little string is, I found it hard to unlatch the rope from the head of the nail. So by adding this little pull string it became 1000% easier.
Step 6: Make the Belt Clip.
2. Bend, leaving an inch to secure the clip to the case.
3. Tape it down.
4. Make a small bend at the edge of the taped edge to allow room for a belt to pass through.
5. I made tiny strips of Gorilla tape and taped that joint up.
6. Run around full size strip of tape around the piece after the little bend.
7. Tape the remaining bottom edge to the case. You should have ample room to pass your belt through. .. provided you accounted for the size of your belt.
Step 7: Making the Inside.
1. Take your business card, glue a scrap piece of cloth to it making sure to cover it's entire area.
2. Trim off the edges.
3. Pour glue on the back of the card, insert it into the box, press and hold firmly. Careful, es hot. Make one for each side of the inside, just in the event you put your camera in backwards.
You're pretty much done.