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Cheap Underwater Camera?

kimbyanne Avatar
7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
I am going to Center Parcs soon and I wanted to take some pics of me and my boyfriend in the pool and on the rapids, etc. Obviously for this I need an underwater camera but I don't want to spend loads on one that I probably won't use very often.

Does anyone know the cheapest underwater camera available?

Thanks
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
I'm not sure if they allow cameras by the pool area.
It seems that these days, places like this think that everyone with a camera is a pervert.
#2
Jumpingphil
I'm not sure if they allow cameras by the pool area.
It seems that these days, places like this think that everyone with a camera is a pervert.


I always thought that but every time we go there there seems to be lots of people with cameras or video cameras. I honestly don't know if they are suppose to allow people in with them or not.
#4
Kodak do one, you could try asda, tesco, boots etc where they develop photos
:)


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Waterproof up to 50 feet (15 meters).
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http://www.kodak.com/eknec/documents/d1/0900688a8067add1/EKN026337_Sport_C_250x200.jpg
#5
Jumpingphil
I'm not sure if they allow cameras by the pool area.
It seems that these days, places like this think that everyone with a camera is a pervert.


That is very tue. I went away at the end of last year for the weekend to a haven and i took a photo of my boyfriend in the pool and the lifeguards literally went mad. My boyfriend was really angry about it but although i understand why there are some rules, i would of understood if there were kids near us or something, or if it was in the shallow end, but we were in the deep end and no-one was really around us.
I think this is now a rule in most swimming pools, whether at holiday camps or anything.

kimbyanne
I always thought that but every time we go there there seems to be lots of people with cameras or video cameras. I honestly don't know if they are suppose to allow people in with them or not.


I dont think they are meant to but i guess its down to the staff working that day!!
#6
I go to Center Parcs frequently.

Their stance on cameras is that it is OK to take them in and photograph members of your own party. :)


I have taken plenty of us in the pool before now.
#7
If youwant a disposable:
http://www.boots.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10052&productId=12875&callingViewName=&langId=-1&catalogId=11051
BOGOF, so £4 each ... with boots points too :-) Instore only though - they have no stock left online :-(

Or if you want one to keep, what about this digital one? £43 inc delivery - but I can't find what brand it is to check for reviews ...
http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/649431/Digital-Underwater-Camera/Product.html?cm_mmc=Froogle-_-Electronics-_-Cameras-_-Digital%2BUnderwater%2BCamera&source=5065&engine=froogle_electronics&keyword=Digital+Underwater+Camera
Or megapix do one for £55 which I think gets quite good reviews:
http://www.megapix.co.uk/acatalog/EasypixW311waterproofcamera.html

Or buy one of these for £20 if you feel brave, and turn your normal camera into an underwater one:
http://www.megapix.co.uk/acatalog/wp700waterproofcamerahousing.html
#8
melissab
If youwant a disposable:
http://www.boots.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10052&productId=12875&callingViewName=&langId=-1&catalogId=11051
BOGOF, so £4 each ... with boots points too :-) Instore only though - they have no stock left online :-(

Or if you want one to keep, what about this digital one? £43 inc delivery - but I can't find what brand it is to check for reviews ...
http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/649431/Digital-Underwater-Camera/Product.html?cm_mmc=Froogle-_-Electronics-_-Cameras-_-Digital%2BUnderwater%2BCamera&source=5065&engine=froogle_electronics&keyword=Digital+Underwater+Camera
Or megapix do one for £55 which I think gets quite good reviews:
http://www.megapix.co.uk/acatalog/EasypixW311waterproofcamera.html

Or buy one of these for £20 if you feel brave, and turn your normal camera into an underwater one:
http://www.megapix.co.uk/acatalog/wp700waterproofcamerahousing.html


Thanks, I am going to try Boots tomorrow.
#9
I went to Boots during my lunch break and found that they had nearly all of their disposible cameras buy one get one free. I got two Kodak Sport Cameras for about £9.00.

Thanks
#10
Whenever I've been to Centre Parcs, they've been selling underwater cameras themselves. I don't think they'd want to see that revenue ceasing by outlawing their use.

However, it of course only right to be mindful of others when taking your snaps.

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