DSRLs are great, but they’re also delicate machines that don’t put up so well with rugged conditions. Or with being underwater. There are housings on the market to allow you to do your photography Bear Grylls-style, but they generally cost a pretty penny. And it’s not that the Outex Waterproof Housing you see above is dirt cheap, but with prices starting at $190, you can start taking pictures under 30+ feet of water for 1/10th of the price that some of the more professional grade housings cost. It works on pretty much any brand of camera and is a modular system that can be adapted for accessories, if you chose to use any. The fact that they’re opaque does mean you’ll have to remember where all the buttons are, but assuming you do, you can operate your camera at 100% functionality.