Casio EWC-70 Underwater Camera Housing for £24.68 delivered. RRP 199 Euros. - HotUKDeals
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After looking for a cheap underwater housing for 100 quid or less, I thought it must be a typo to find this genuine Casio one for 24 quid delivered! I ordered it a week or two ago, and I just got the email to say it had been dispatched. The RRP is 199 Euros. It's the real deal with a max depth of 40 metres.

Apparently works with: Casio EXILIM Zoom EX-Z700 * Casio EXILIM EX-Z600 * Casio EXILIM EX-Z500

More info here: http://www.digideep.com/english/underwater/photo/housing/Casio/EWC-70/8/2488
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#1
Voted hot - have been toying with the idea of getting an underwater housing for a while, and can probably pick up the Z700 for circa £100. So Underwater Digital Camera kit for about £125 - far less than the £200 minimum I had budget for.
Thanks
#2
I've been after an underwater camera for a while now and had my eye on the Pentax Optio W20 for under £120. But I always get the impression that it might not be the greatest camera out of water.

Does anyone know if the cameras that fit this underwater housing are any good? (I'll look for some reviews later).
#3
Hmmm will it work with my EX-Z850, I'll need to have a google around. Great price though.
#4
I doubt it'll have RAW output so that'll limit photoshop trickery, if the cameras have custom white balance adjustment you should be able to get some reasonable piccies. Good deal voted HOT
#5
These housings significantly increase the size of the camera, but are great for photography in wet conditions. What is the best price for the camera itself, out of the three models quoted?
#6
Great price! Don't suppose anyone has seen a similar housing for the Ixus 850 at a good price?

Personally, even though you can use this underwater, would probably use by the pool and beach as well.

Voted Hot!
#7
NatD
Great price! Don't suppose anyone has seen a similar housing for the Ixus 850 at a good price?

Personally, even though you can use this underwater, would probably use by the pool and beach as well.

Voted Hot!


Think thats the DC-9 housing, I have the 900 which uses the DC-7 paid peanuts by getting it on holiday in the carribean but that was being in the right place at the right time.
#8
Dispatched in 4-6weeks
#9
An absolute snip ! Well done, an absolute top find.

The timing is impeccable, I have just booked a liveaboard in the Red Sea for next May.

Many thanks....

Ruben
#10
magicplastic
Anyone know if this will work with a casio ex-s770.. I know its not listed, but its very similar to the EX-Z700


Check the button positions and make a leap of faith. I did with a similar housing from Casio, and it fits like a glove for a camera that wasn't listed....At this price you can always Ebay it :whistling:

/edit This model case is for the optical Zoom lens cameras though....does yours have Zoom?
suspended#11
24.68 seems like a strange amount for a typo so probs genuine

V.Well found!
#12
Seems to be out of stock now :-(
#13
They have an underwater camera in Argos 560/7446 you may get the substitute line which i got and you get the camera and the underwater housing all for the nice rpice of £50 not bad at all
#14
hey ive been watching the site for a while but never posted.

this is an amazing deal unfortunatly "Availability: Sign up to be notified when this item becomes available." which is a bit annoying.

sinandie only difference between that camera (which is also a very good deal) and this housing is the depth rating the argos one can only go to 10 meters and the case for this one can go to 40 meters so it is much better if your planning to use it for scuba diving.
#15
never really looked at that but i can only just about snorkel lol so i not be scuba diving, so i think i should be ok with just the 10 meters but thx for the info
#16
sinandie
They have an underwater camera in Argos 560/7446 you may get the substitute line which i got and you get the camera and the underwater housing all for the nice rpice of £50 not bad at all

Theres a pic of this camera in its underwater housing here but it doesn't get the best review on Amazon.
#17
Hey NatD, I have the Canon WP-DC9 underwater case for the Ixus 850, I bought it 2 weeks ago for my trip to croatia - just got back this evening.

Anyway I'm looking to sell it as the Ixus was a borrowed camera and I don't need the case anymore. Cost me nearly £150, will sell for £120 if you're interested. Brand new, in water 3 times, rinsed with fresh water immediately after, all accessories/packaging included etc.

Check out my rep on eBay - username "doofboy", or my own photography website at www.wprasek.com


NatD
Great price! Don't suppose anyone has seen a similar housing for the Ixus 850 at a good price?

Personally, even though you can use this underwater, would probably use by the pool and beach as well.

Voted Hot!
#18
Morning Warren - at the moment I haven't got the cash to purchase one (wedding to pay for!!!!) but thanks anyway mate.
#19
Bez3000
Theres a pic of this camera in its underwater housing here but it doesn't get the best review on Amazon.

Yeah i know it not the best camera in the world but it not bad for £50 and the bad review is mainly about the battery life which most ppl complain about as they do not put better spec batteries in, in the first place. The makers of most cameras now only put average batteries that are not intended to last, they are basically for demo.
#20
Drat missed this deal :( I have a z600
#21
sinandie
Yeah i know it not the best camera in the world but it not bad for £50 and the bad review is mainly about the battery life which most ppl complain about as they do not put better spec batteries in, in the first place. The makers of most cameras now only put average batteries that are not intended to last, they are basically for demo.

I wasn't knocking the deal sinandie. For £50 it's definately worth considering. Especially as an underwater camera (I know it can be used out of water as well but I already have a decent camera for this) is really only going to get limited use. :)
#22
Bez3000
I wasn't knocking the deal sinandie. For £50 it's definately worth considering. Especially as an underwater camera (I know it can be used out of water as well but I already have a decent camera for this) is really only going to get limited use. :)


Whole trouble is that it's a false economy. After a couple of months use, you will be re-visiting the retailer for a better camera and giving this one away to your little niece to play with. When I buy a camera, I want to be pleased with my purchase. This one would leave me with an empty feeling of how much more camera I could have had if only I had not settled for a cheapie. These are great for parties and stuff, but nowhere near good enough for anyone wanting to take a serious snap.
#23
Big fat hairy t*ts! I can't believe I've missed this deal. I have the EX-Z600 and the last time I looked the underwater casing for this was over £120 (admittedly a year ago).

Come on Amazon, get stocked up!

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