1.8 based on 6 customer reviews
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6 Customer Reviews
SPK-AS2 16 November 2018 by sisi12 (USA)
Tried to use this case underwater once and it leaked though to the camera. Luckily I noticed and dried off my camera before it destroyed it!
SPKAS2 16 July 2015 (USA)
Mine had a harder fall then some others,but I have dropped my sony hdr as10 case and it survived. Plus i can't seem to find a door replacement for this case.
SPK-AS2 04 May 2015 by Mick12345 (United Kingdom)
Very good product very easy to use and great quality
One tiny drop from my hands and case destroyed
SPKAS2 03 May 2015 by adriano7910 (USA)
ONE simple fall from the hand to the ground (concrete) and the lens bubble on the case was completely destroyed. i've seen GOPROs thrown from race cars and the case and camera survived. This product is very flimsy and not well make. sony please stop dropping the ball on your products design and rigidity as we are paying a premium for the products already. $40 for a plastic case. well make the case stronger. SPK-AS2
Wouldn't recommend it
SPKAS2 24 December 2014 by holysnaps (USA)
I think the asv100 is actually really good, but the waterproof case is horrible. If you've ever had a GoPro, the case is extremely durable compared to the cheap material used for this item. My first case...the buttons to control my camera fell out after dipping it in 3-4 feet deep of water. I had to get that replaced (had to pay for my own shipping too. not sure what kind of big company still does that when it comes to a device still under warranty). My second case...I dropped it from my belt and the part covering the lens cracked. I'm not sure what kind of material you guys use for this, but it's really really poor. I feel like it's weaker than the glass on my phone.... So here I am.. buying another one.. because I need it for my camera. I'm pretty sure they won't fix it with new development.. but for those of you interested in this, save your money.
Does Not Solve The Focus Problem
SPKAS2 24 July 2014 by RickBennette (USA)
Like the SPK-AS1 before it, this underwater housing does not allow the camera to focus under water. The different index of refraction of light in water on one side of a curved surface with air on the other creates a lens effect that causes the focus to change, making every video fuzzy. The AS1 would go down to 160 feet, but the AS2 only is rated for 16 feet. It is advised by Sony not to put this under running water, so no cleaning off the salt water until you pull the camera out. Not too confidence inspiring in its water resistant capability. What makes this case more vulnerable to water pressure are the extra seals around the side buttons and the mike ports. The AS1 didn't have these. The mike ports of the AS2 allow better sound with the case on the camera, and the side buttons are accessible to change camera settings with the case on. This makes this case more suited as a beach camera or a foul weather camera, because above water, the focus works fine. But as an under water case, this still isn't usable.