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    I just bought the hero2, and I have heard about the problem with the lens cover causing the pics/ clips to be blurry when shot in water. What have you done or not done to solve this? From what I understand there are places you can buy a new lens cover for the case that is flat that will solve the problem, is this a good fix?

    Thanks for the advice!

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    Default hope this helps!

    -Tight Lines & head shakin

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    Thanks for the tip.........I ordered one last wk. Should be fun.
    Your sarcasm is way, waaaayyyyyyyy more sarcastic than mine!

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    Hey Justin thanks for the help!
    COD they are fun, thought I haven't been able to use it on fishing trips and not for lack of effort, they are fun, money well spent in my book.

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    made mine from a cd case and pvc tubing, its removable and water tight and cost $0 i used hot glue to attach the pvc ring to the jewel case. im sure the glass is better than the plastic though. i made one more with a circular polarized lens for better glare control when top water

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