Summary: Purchased the waterproof casing so I could take family photos at vacation and waterparks with my personal camera. The one time use cameras limit you so much. I was a little apprehensive at first but I trust the Sony brand. The first time I used this was at Schlitterbahn and it performed flawlessly. Took great pictures and some pretty neat ones at water level. Carried it into the Wave machine and got cool pictures as the wave sucks you under the water.
Summary: I got this case for my son, who took it snorkeling in Hawaii. He captured some great underwater shots (large tortoise, fish, etc.), and the case kept his camera safe and dry. Later, he used it for some beach shots, and it was safe from the water and sand. The case was easy to use and well worth the money to get such unique underwater shots, which would've been impossible otherwise.
Summary: Worked great - took pics while snorkeling in Aruba and the camera stayed nice and dry. Pics turned out good too, as long as you keep the sun to your back. We paid less than [...] for the sports pack @ Amazon.com - what a great buy!
Summary: I was somewhat sceptical whether this thing really cut the water out, but it did! I took this to two snorkeling trips, and took great pictures. I'm not so good swimmer mainly floating around with a help of floating jacket, so I only put this & camera 1-1.5m deep though. Only 4 stars despite the fantastic price from Amazon, because the matching camera is no longer in the market, it was really hard to buy one (I got one at eBay after weeks of defeat).
Summary: I got the Sony SPK-SA Sports Pack Carrying Case for my DSCS90 camera on sale from [...] for $[...]. Wow! What an amazing purchase! I researched several underwater cameras, but most reviews complained about the quality of picture. So, I decided to take a chance on using a waterproof case for my Sony Cybershot. I couldn't be more happier. I used this case recently on a trip to Jamaica. I took the camera snorkeling with me, and the pictures turned out absolutely beautiful.
Summary: The Sony SPK-SA Sport Pack was a great buy from Amazon for about $30.00. I previously looked at this same item on Sony's site and it was $99.00 plus shipping. However, I have not to date used the product either in the rain or underwater hence I felt I could only give it a 4 out 5 stars. In fact my plans are to use the sports Pack for my DSC-S60 model camera when I go out fishing(saltwater environment) or to take pictures when necessary in the rain not under water.
Summary: i was hesitant about the 10 ft depth limits of this waterproof case and its general durability. I went camping near the Gulf of Mexico, taking my camera in this case along with it. I basically wanted this case to waterproof my camera so i could take my camera out on the jetski with me out on and into the saltwater. Worked perfectly. My camera stayed bone dry in the case the whole time, no problems.
Summary: Just bought the case and have tried it out a few times. The pictures turned out wonderful and I don't have any concerns about using it to a depth of 9m. It seems very well made. One gripe I have is the view finder is 75% covered up. This may not seem like a big deal but when you are underwater, with goggles on it is very difficult to see the lcd screen depending on the lighting conditions.
Summary: this is one of those things that u didn't know you needed. and even after getting it, you still won't use it often. its a decent product, but just not very useful for everyone. good thing it's only an optional part and doesn't cost all that much. the SPK-SA holds a sony S60/90 inside fairly well. when using the sports pack, all the controls on the camera are still aviliable, the only 2 things that you can't use are: 1. the OVF 2.
Summary: I bought this in March when it was on sale for only $25 through Amazon! I do not recommend buying this product directly from Sony because it's $100. And for $100, I would never even think about buying it. Anyway, I finally got to put it to good use (although I've tinkered around with it in the past) just recently on a trip down the Oregon coast. I put it under water and took some photos and they came out pretty cool.