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Swim, surf, snorkel, and take pictures effortlessly with this awesome camera case. The use-through technology allows you to... Read More
SKU: AQUA-408 Product Code: 13110

Product Details

  • Swim, surf, snorkel, and take pictures effortlessly with this awesome camera case. The use-through technology allows you to snap photos without removing it from the case.

    How It Works

    • Keeps out dust, sand, and water.
    • Take crystal clear photos right through the case.


    • Submersible up to 15 feet.

    Design Details

    • Snap closure.
    • Floatable design.
    • Lightweight.
    • 6.75" x 4" x .75".

    What’s Included

    • AquaPac Mini Camera Case.
    • Comes with strap.
    • Packet of desiccant sachets to absorb condensation in humid conditions.

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  • 3.5 Review Stars (2 Reviews)

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  • 6/8/2009 OK for snorkeling

    3 Review Stars By Snorkeler

    I used the AquaPac Mini for my small Kodak easyshare camera for one week of snorkeling in the Caribbean.  Overall, it met my expectations.  It kept my camera dry, the neck strap was handy, and I did get some good underwater photos.  However, the included silicate packets that they recommended using in humid climates burst, and the granules got into the lens area.  My camera still functions, but my lens cover no longer closes when turning the camera off.  It was difficult to see my camera screen due to the pouch and sun, the AquaPac tends to bunch up by the lens creating a distortion, and I needed to be very close to the subjects to get a good photo.  At this price, it was a fun experiment and I got some great turtle pictures.

    St. Paul, MN

  • 3/23/2009 Good value and function

    4 Review Stars By Kerry

    I got this to protect my new Canon 790IS camera which I will use on hiking and flatwater paddling trips.  I just used it for a week in the Virgin Islands and it worked perfectly at keeping out sand and water while at the beach and kayaking.  I did not use it underwater (conditions were so windy we didn't snorkel until the last day) but I had heard from other user's reports that the bag does well in that respect.  It is very easy to use but you do need to pooch out the side opposite the lens when you turn the camera on so the extension of the lens doesn't hang up when it hits resistance.  Also, be careful to smooth the surface of the plastic over the lens before you make the shot or you will get some blurring at the sides.  The plastic does tend to cause some glare reflections when shooting into bright light.  But, overall, for the price, it is a useful little product and I am pleased with it.  I felt completely comfortable that my camera was protected.  Of course, a $200 pro-type hard plastic housing would be better for precise camera work but this has the advantage (besides price) of being compact and portable (it rolls up very small to fit in the camera bag) and useful for other purposes, like as a mini dry-bag for carrying a wallet and cell phone when kayaking.

    Pittsburgh, PA

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About This Brand


AquaPac was founded back in 1983 in London, where they still have their headquarters. It started with three friends chatting in the pub and, so the story goes, one of them said, “Hey guys, wouldn't it be cool if you could listen to a SONY Walkman while windsurfing?” Well they all agreed that it would, so the very next day, they set about creating a waterproof housing that would make it possible.

Their first creation - the Aquaman - was not the most elegant-looking product. But it worked, and that's what mattered most. That led on to the AQ2, a case for handheld VHF radios as used by yachtsmen all over the world.

And then some bright invented the mobile phone. So AquaPac became the first company in the world to design and sell waterproof phone cases.

AquaPac has sold over 5 million waterproof bags and cases since then. Their ever-growing range sells in more than 60 countries. They’ve been honored with three Queen’s Awards.