In my mind, I can do it!
Looking for a way to carry my camera on rides where it will be easily available but not easily damaged. I ride with a Camelbak so maybe something that will attach to the straps??
I have a Sony cybershot DSC-P93 camera. Probably won't fit in that.SilverSpot said:I presume you have a smaller digital camera? If so, Timbuk2 makes a decent camera case that works well for me. It has a velcro over-strap on the back that allows it to be attached to the strap of your camelbak. Plus, you can also use it for an iPod.
That's a pretty cool arm band case. But remember, your arms absorb a heckerginguney said:If your camera is small enough to fit in it, I would recommend an MP3 armband like this one: http://tinyurl.com/336ygb. I bought this one for my Canon SD550 and found it to be an ideal solution. It doesn't thrash and swing around like other backpack-mounted or neck-hung solutions.
Our 720SW took in water snorkeling in La Paz ... in 3 feet of water. Caveat Emptor! EDIT: It didn't matter as it took the crappiest pictures of any digital camera I've ever owned. Although the underwater videos were a very nice feature!Silver23 said:I would advice the Olympus 720 SW or the 725 SW or the 770 SW Shockproof and Waterproof, no more worries about the weather and so on and so on.bgrds Silver23
I second that. Pelican all the way. I downhill with it in my pack, no worries, I use the 1030.Cabin Fever said:i have a very compact sony digicam, like the size of a pack of playing cards, and i bought a Pelican Case - i think it is called the micro 1010. if you want to talk about protection, this is just about the strongest case i think you can buy - watertight, crush-proof, dustproof, and fits inside a camelbak easily. can also be strapped to the outside.