Underwater Video 3$&3 Min! Housing for All Cameras

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Introduction: Underwater Video 3$&3 Min! Housing for All Cameras

This video camera  box was created in 3 minutes, using simple things You can find at home or supermarket.

Good for travelers, who count every gramm of the weight they carry. Can be used as a tea-cup, sugar container, packadge for camera in wet or dusty surroundings

Just 2-3 sec. of underwater video in travel revue, will impress your friends

Pour out a sugar and clean it before  putting camera in ! :)


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Step 1:

Swich auto focus OFF.  Set it to apr 0,7 - 1 m or other, depending on your intends.  
Something soft around  the camera helps to fix it ..

Step 2:



Do not  use in deep water. (Checked 3 m)
Anyway - most impressive files recorded close to surface, in a good light.
sample video...

Step 3:

Check for bubles before diving.
You'll have no ability  to use viewfinder, pause or stop. Everything can be inproved later, with win move maker

Fix the lock somehow. (I used peace of rope :) )

That's all

the peace of glass, glued on top/ instead of this soft plastik, can improve picture quality.

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    3 Discussions

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    vybard
    vybard

    9 years ago on Introduction

    infrared remote control doesn't works. It needs open area in between. I just use win move maker (or smth.) to cut a peace o film I need. Thats all. This is a quick-born solution not for professionals...

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    mastermakoko
    mastermakoko

    9 years ago on Introduction

    a little gheto....but WORKS FOR MEWWWWWWW WHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAAASASASSASSASASASA LOOK AT THE FISH GO

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    macrumpton
    macrumpton

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Great Idea!
    If your camera came with a remote control, you could put that in a ziplock bag ad use it to turn the camera on and off.