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Underwater camera, complete with 27 exposure film, battery and built-in flash - £1.49 at Lidl

£1.49 @ LIDL
On offer from Thursday 4 June: Underwater camera Waterproof plastic housing with 2 snap fasteners and adjustable hand strap Waterproof up to 15 metres Preloaded 27 exposure ISO400 colour film … Read More
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8y, 1d agoFound 8 years, 1 day ago
On offer from Thursday 4 June:

Underwater camera

Waterproof plastic housing with 2 snap fasteners and adjustable hand strap
Waterproof up to 15 metres
Preloaded 27 exposure ISO400 colour film
Built-in flash
AA battery included

Not digital, obviously, but quite a bargain at £1.49
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#1
Wow thats a great price
#2
Waste of money. The pictures will be rubbish. Just rent a underwater digital camera instead.
#3
TEDDYRUKSPIN
Waste of money. The pictures will be rubbish. Just rent a underwater digital camera instead.



Wher can i get a underwater digital camera for £1.49 please :whistling:
#4
can't find on Lidl's site. It only lists products upto 01/06/09?
#5
mrmr25;5314712
can't find on Lidl's site. It only lists products upto 01/06/09?


Not on the website yet - but you'll find it in the instore leaflets listing next week's offers.
#6
TEDDYRUKSPIN
Waste of money. The pictures will be rubbish. Just rent a underwater digital camera instead.


I disagree - went to Dominican a few years ago with two underwaters cameras, quality was pretty good for being underwater.
#7
I was very disappointed with mine last year from Lidl - and because they were so rubbish I missed out on the chance of photographing my baby girl swimming under water. I wouldn't bother unless you were taking photos in extream sunlight
#8
Experience from the Great Barrier Reef when I was using a rented underwater digi cam educated me.

You need to be close to your subject and ensure the flash is on, hope that helps :)
#9
The slightly more sensitive than average iso 400 film will help.

This is really good. Not just for underwater / diving (where you should really use a powerful external light source if you're wanting serious results) but for surface water sports where you don't want to take expensive gear. Think surfing.
banned#10
vyseyboy
Think surfing.


I always think surfing cos otherwise you fall off
#11
What is this... 'film' you speak of?

:-)
#12
this is a 1.49 camera,
its cheap and cheerfull, it would probs be common sense to not relay on it for your important pics or if you want any serious pics, but for a but of underwater fun it the pool its probs worth a go.
I dont think its a faf around with lighting, exposure, sort of camera...its a more of a lets point click and see what comes out at the other end
#13
for £1.49 what do you really expect, its a bit of fun thats all really
#14
Next Thursday - check availability locally though before making a special journey.

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