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Step 1: The Things You Will Need

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Pool noodle, a pair scissors, some para cord, a clip, and a lighter.

Step 2: Thread The Noodle

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Loop the pair cord and thread it through the noodle with the loop going in first.

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Put the other ends of the para cord through the looped end of the Para cord you pushed through the noodle.

Step 4:

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With the para cord equal on both sides make a small incision with your scissors on the noodle placing the para cord into the incisions

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Tie the clip onto the loose ends of the para cord.

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After tying on the clip cut off the excess para cord and burn the ends with a lighter.

Step 7: Time To Test

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It maybe hard to see in this photo but the noodle holds up the camera very well. It would be easy to spot floating down the river or in a lake. Check out video on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y66IFFanQog
Great Idea, thanks for sharing ;-)
flstumpjumper (author) 2 years ago
ok I guess it does have to be said: ONLY USE WITH A WATERPROOF CAMREA !
JasonofOa2 years ago
I think the idea in the end is that you wouldn't lose your pictures from the S.D. card. I'd drather just lose a camera than both camera and memories.
My head goes right to the thought "do people need to be told they need to have a water proof camera to use this effectively?"