I wanted to get some advice on taking some photos snorkeling and on the beach for an upcoming vacation. I have the E-P5 which I will take on the trip but it is not going into any harsh environments. I am looking at waterproof cameras and after shopping for a while I started thinking about using a DiCAPac bag with an older m43 body and probably my 20mm lens. I have used a DiCAPac in the past with a point and shoot and it was flawless on several trips. They do keep the camera dry. I can get one for about $40 bucks and I can get a used E-PM1 body for around $90. Now all I need is a lens that I will put at a minor risk under water and I am good to go. I will likely use the 20mm for this. My question relates to the size of the bag I will need. Has anyone used DiCAPac products with an E-PM1 or E-PM2 and if so what bag size worked well for you with which lens. Any experience or advice is welcome. I have already counceled myself that the whole idea of putting my camera in a bag to go in the water is stupid but I have done it in the past with point and shoots and it worked fine. The reason for going this route is that I can have a much nicer lens and IQ than what I might get with an Olympus Tough or something like that. Also, if I do buy another cheap body for this (like an E-PM1), I could use it for other purposes (like letting my daughter use it instead of my E-P5).