Made for Nikon cameras, this waterproof case is created from polycarbonate so will keep your precious snapper bone-dry and corrosion-free, to depths of 200ft. There's just one small problem—it costs $1,400.
It's not a lighter, it's not from an alien world, heck, it's not even from Alienware. It's actually 'just' a camera case made from aircraft-grade aluminum that can fit point and shoots and DSLR-like cameras alike.
Just in time for the holiday, this adorably strange Micro 4/3 camera case has our ears (eh? EH?) perked up with excitement. Sure, it may not be "practical," but come on—it's a furry rabbit case.
There are so many micro-sized cameras these days, and now here are Pic Pockets from Waterfield Designs, a variety of cases in which to carry those tiny digi-shooters. They're stylish-looking, too, with plush insides, your choice of colors or patterns on the outside, a self-locking zipper and a pulltab with a…