I've been diving since the early 90's and have decided I'd like to get into underwater photography. It must be an age thing as I recall when I was younger I absolutely loathed diving with a photographer; they would generally hang around a single coral head for about 20 minutes to get a half decent picture of a creature so small you could just about use it as a tooth pic. So far my experience, as much as it is, has been with: A one use 35mm camera which was useless. A reusable but very cheap 35mm camera, again useless. A second hand 5mp Sony camera with housing which Mizz K13 lost on the third dive in Tenerife! But the images downloaded from the first two dives were not very good anyway. Before we went to Mexico last year I bought a Veho Gumball 3000 HD camera and housing and it's really quite good. I also used it on the BLESMA Red Sea diving trip last year and, about 90% of the footage on the final movie came from my camera: BLESMA 2012 Scuba Diving Rehabilitation Event - YouTube It's a good little machine but the limitations are that once in the housing you can only take video, it's only rated to 30m (although I had it down to 45, stopped working but didn't leak!) and it's poor in low light with no way of fixing a video light to it. So I'm thinking of getting something to allow me to improve my video and take decent pics. I have looked at: An Ikelite housing for my Nikon D90 but pretty much discounted that for cost as well as I don't want to risk flooding my D90! An Ikelite housing for my Nikon Coolpix S9300 but with light and filter will come to 600-700 quid. And I'm worried about spending that kind of money when I know the camera is fairly slow particularly in low light. So I thought about this: Sealife DC1400 Elite underwater digital camera Package Pro Light Set + bag UK | eBay Pros are that the Sealife DC1400 has a dedicated housing and video light built for the camera and that it also has colour correction modes built in for underwater photography. And HD video! So my question is; does anyone have any experience with the Sealife DC1400 (or other model) camera set-up? or do you have anything else you'd recommend (budget of about £700). Cheers.