Time to put out that extreme summer spirit – bring out those water guns and prepare for an exciting splashy escapade with the LC-A+ and the Underwater Krab!
Bombs away! Summer’s sure coming earlier than you think, and the delight doesn’t end there! Take your LC-A or LC-A+ out for a sun-drenched water battle – don’t forget to cover it with the Underwater Krab Housing to protect your Minitar-lensed friend from conking out!
Soak yourselves in your favourite summer duels – water gun fights, playing with your dog with the garden hose, bombing your friends with those handy water balloons, foam parties and those crazy activities that have to do with splashing water – send over those zany water duels and you just might grab a chance to win 10 piggy points!
Prize(s): 3 winners of 10 Piggy Points
Film/Camera Type: LC-A/LC-A+ shots, Shots taken with an attached Underwater Krab would be great!
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