https://youtu.be/N7bpGiLKFDs?t=8m25s While the K-S2 isn't waterproof, no matter how many times Chris (in the video) says it is, it certainly should be able to take a good bit of splashing, rain and perhaps even live through a dunk in the drink with a quick recovery. Watch the video for that demo. The online prices for the Pentax K-S2 are currently: $627 USD for the body alone. $749 USD including the weather sealed 18-50mm lens (27.5-76.5mm) $800 USD including both the weather sealed 18-50mm and 50-200mm (76.5-307mm) lenses $903 USD including the weather sealed 18-135mm lens (27.5-207mm) Pentax also has the slightly larger and much less expensive K-50 body ($295 USD), the heavier K-3 ($749 USD) and slightly upgraded K-3 II ($997 USD), which are all well weather sealed. The entire lineup of Pentax weather resistant lenses in production is impressive: 18-55mm (27.5-84.5mm) $163 USD 50-200mm (76.5-307mm) $170 USD 18-50mm (27.5-76.5mm) $297 USD 55-300mm (84.5-460mm) $340 USD 18-135mm (27.5-207mm) $400 USD 100mm f2.8 (153mm) $547 USD 16-85mm (24.5-130mm) $647 USD 20-40mm (30.5-61.5mm) $697 USD 70-200mm f2.8 (105-300mm) $2,300 USD 150-450mm (225-675mm) $2,500 USD 560mm f5.6 (859mm) $5,000 USD (This is just what my go-to camera store stocks. There are a few other WR Pentax lenses.) I'm thinking about giving one of these setups a try. It would be useful on touring days when I'm not planning to get wet, not needing to keep the camera in any kind of case.