sorry to beat a dead horse but... I have a Sony DSC-100v. W=4 5/8" H=3 1/2" D=3 5/8". Will it fit in this unit? thank you
This bag will fit that size of camera, however I would be concerned with the length if the camera lens. This bag has a 4" long soft tube specifically for the camera lens so that kind of camera might have a problem with this case.
The case is quite a lot larger than your camera and it might rattle around in it a lot. I believe it was made for the Canon that I have and the camera still shifted a bit once I had it under water. It would probably depend on how large the lens is. Honestly I wouldn't recommend it for a small camera.
Im sorry I dont know, but a word of caution. If your Sony camera is expensive or treasured by you, be careful. I received on of these as a gift. im a scuba diver, and cannot recommend this for anything except shallow snorkeling. Its not for scuba diving at depth.
It will fit. The bag where the main body is contained is actually surprisingly large - think of a one-gallon freezer bag in terms of length and width but not depth, obviously. Also, the lens portion is long enough for a moderate range, just don't use auto-focue (assuming you ever do), as it will focus on the bag's end cap. I found it best to carefully pull in the slack so the end is up against a filtered lens (filter for guarding against lens scratches). Fill the bag of the main body with a case of those delightful do-not-eat moisture absorbers ($2-5 on Amazon) and try to get as much of the air as possible out before sealing, as any under water pressure causes it to balloon. If you're fully submerging in water deeper than you can stand in, I highly recommend having a 3-5lb counterweight. I did weeks of research before purchasing this housing & I was completely paranoid about my camera ending up damaged from water or moisture. I used this diving in Costa Rica and also when it was pouring and I was on a boat in the rain forest. There was never even the slightest amount of condensation, never a leak, and once I got the hang of it, great pictures. Just beware the lens/filter scratching the inside of the end cap. No matter how careful you are, it will happen; but if you are careful, they won't be so many or so bad that you can't focus through them for a very long time. I feel this purchase was best in terms of what I got for what I paid for with respect to all comparable products and pricing. Hope this helps.
I bought this for my Nikon D90. It fits but I could not turn my lens to focus, the lens fit ve so I really didn't use it. I wanted to use it for snorkeling but found it too difficult to use the camera.ry tight in the part where the lens sits
JIM/ SHARANA M
Hi, so nice of them to ask
I tried it on my SLR Nikson 3000 with nikon 18-200 telephoto lenses, would not work, too small. I could not extend the lens far, if yours is shorter, it should fit. But I wanted to be able to use it with my telephoto lens I am not certain how my size compares to yours. I could have used it without the telephoto lens. It was very good quality product, good company, easily refunded my money.! So, you could always try it, and they will gladly refund your money if it does not work.
Also, I wondered about the picture quality with the plastic lens, but that may not be a concern for you. I never took any pics with it because did not fit. It was certainly however water tight. Again, you can try it, get a complete refund, you have nothing to lose. Again GREAT COMPANY to work with!
It was a gift for someone, so I am sorry, I can't answer if it would fit or not.
My Case was purchased in 2007, -that was about 5 years ago. My case looks a little different than the one in the phot (the strap appears different, as does the color of the "bag" material). But if the case dimensions are still the same then yes it will fit (I just measured mine and you should have ample room to fit your camera in that bag).
-of course this all depents on if the bag design has not been revised or changed too much from the one I purchased 5 years ago.
I do like the aqua bag products and have 2 bags, one smaller one for another point and shoot camera. I find that they work great not only for going snorkeling under the water, but also for protecting my camera and iphone, etc from sand and other debris on the beach. I've also used mine in really dirty/windy climates (like a trip I took to the desert).
LISA A J
Hi Derrick S.
My EVOLT E-510 did not fit in the case and the dimensions are 5.35 in.(W) x 3.6 in. (W) x 2.67in. (D) / 136 mm (W) x 91.5 mm (H) x 68 mm (D) (excluding protrusions). It is wider than your camera so your Sony may fit.
Not sure if this will help. I own a Canon rebel xt with a 55mm lens. Maybe you can compare size.