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

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Found 25th May 2009Made hot 25th May 2009
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

14 Comments

Wow thats a great price

Waste of money. The pictures will be rubbish. Just rent a underwater digital camera instead.

TEDDYRUKSPIN;5313621

Waste of money. The pictures will be rubbish. Just rent a underwater … 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:

can't find on Lidl's site. It only lists products upto 01/06/09?

Original Poster

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.

TEDDYRUKSPIN;5313621

Waste of money. The pictures will be rubbish. Just rent a underwater … 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.

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

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

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.

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vyseyboy;5316652

Think surfing.



I always think surfing cos otherwise you fall off

What is this... 'film' you speak of?

:-)

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

for £1.49 what do you really expect, its a bit of fun thats all really

Original Poster

Next Thursday - check availability locally though before making a special journey.
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