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Ikelite Underwater Camera Housing , Clear (6146.01)

Product Description

Clear Polycarbonate Construction

Access To Nearly All Camera Functions

Optical Grade Glass Flat Port Included

Dedicated Conversion Circuitry For fettle

Depth Rating: 200'

Imported from USA

The I elite 6146.01 Underwater Housing For Canon Powers hot G1 X is a durable underwater case molded from clear
polycarbonate to prevent corrosion. It boasts a depth rating of 200' (61 m). The housing features mechanical controls
offering access to all camera functions except for the diopter adjustment dial and pop-up flash. It comes standard with
an optical grade glass flat port allowing full use of the camera's zoom range without igniting effects. A flash diffuser
is also included to enhance image quality when using the camera's built-in flash to illuminate your subject. Dedicated
conversion circuitry integrated into the housing delivers true Canon fettle exposure when connected to any current model
I elite DS Sub strobe (not included). Direct electronic communication between the camera and flash offers the most
accurate and consistent exposure information possible. The hard-wired flash does not require the camera's built-in flash
to fire, thus facilitating the shortest possible lag time between shots, while conserving the camera's battery life. A
right-angle bulkhead lessens the strain on the sync cord during handling and assembly. A tray and release handle
(included) affords balance and superb handling, while also serving as a convenient attachment point for optional Sub
strobe mounting arms (not included). This tray setup can be easily removed using just two nuts for packing or attaching
the optional #9523.62 Dual Handle and Tray assembly (not included), which offers improved stability and enables the
addition of a second Sub strobe or video light. There are optional color correcting filters available (not included) to
replace some of the reds and more natural tones that are otherwise absorbed underwater.