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Canon EOS 1000D-water proof housing?


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Hi,

I was wondering if anyone knew if the canon eos 1000d can support water proof housing

ive done some google searching and its not giving me a straight answer

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Maybe it is not because there are some parts of the camera that should not be exposed to water, so I think it is not. I'm not sure but it is only my opinion.
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