Ikelite 6148.70 Underwater Camera Housing for Canon SX700 Digital Camera
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This Underwater Housing from Ikelite is a waterproof enclosure enabling you to shoot beneath the surface with your Canon Power Shot SX700 HS or SX710 HS Digital Camera. It has a depth rating of 200'. Ergonomic mechanical controls, including knurled knobs, levers, dials, and push-buttons, provide access to all camera functions except for the flash-up switch and the framing assist-seek button. Built for durability, the housing is designed, constructed, and tested in the USA. It's manufactured from corrosion-resistant polycarbonate, which is clear to allow you to monitor the O-ring seal and maintain a full view of the camera. The integrated flat glass lens port has a 3.9" diameter. It accepts optional, external wide-angle, and macro add-on lenses for an increased field of view or extreme close-up shots with better clarity and detail, respectively. You can also add optional color-correction filters to restore colors that get absorbed by the water. Expand your system by adding an optional AF35 Auto Flash strobe, which features a flex arm and mounts onto the grip handle of an optional tray. This external strobe is triggered as a wireless slave by the firing of the camera's built-in flash and replicates TTL exposure. The housing is also equipped with two ports for Ikelite, Sea & Sea, or Olympus-type fiber-optic cables. It includes a diffuser to soften the light of the camera's built-in flash and a deflector to redirect it towards an external strobe.
Package Includes:1 x Ikelite Housing , 1 x Flat built in Port, 1 x #0110 Spare Main Housing O-Ring, 1 x #5020 Silicone Lubricant in 4 1cc Tubes, 1 x Flash Diffuser, 1 x Flash Deflector Compatible With: Canon SX700 / SX710 The housing is made out of Clear Polycarbonate which provides unobstructed view of the camera's information and control functions with visual confirmation of o-ring seal. Depth rated at 60m (200ft). The housing "O" ring seal is a masterpiece in fail-safe simplicity compared to designs that require stuffing the "O" ring into a groove. You can see that the "O" ring is sealed.