Canon PowerShot G1X II 40m/130ft Meikon Underwater camera housing aluminium handle kit

by Meikon
Price: $ 260.00
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Meikon 40m/130ft Underwater Camera Housing Kit for Canon PowerShot G1X II

Meikon underwater camera housings are designed for those who are into underwater photography/videography. Just insert your digital camera in Meikon UW case and you will be able to take beautiful pictures at depth up to 40 meters/130 feet. Meikon products are reliable, as they are made out of high quality materials. Each housing is tested individually to prevent any accidents. Meikon provides excellent quality for a reasonable price.

Materials:

  • Polycarbonate
  • ABS plastic
  • Clear plate glass
  • Stainless steel
  • EPDM rubber
  • O'ring sealed buttons with spring loaded mechanism to protect your camera properly

Key features:

  • Dual Fiber-Optic ports
  • Inbuilt leak detection sensor

Buoyancy:

  • Slightly positive ( Hand strap required )

CamDive® Aluminium diving handle is designed as a universal light mounting system. The foam cushioned handle with 1" ball adapter on top, allows installation of video/strobe light. Anodized aluminium construction for light weight and durability. Comes with 2 standard 1/4" screws for attaching to underwater housing.

Dimensions: 

  • Length - 9.5" / 24 cm
  • Height - 6.5" / 16 cm
  • Width - 1.3" / 3 cm
  • Weight - 6.9Oz / 196g

    Package Includes:

    • Underwater housing
    • Aluminium handle
    • Wrist strap
    • Shoulder strap
    • Spare O'ring
    • User manual

    Manufactory certificated: ISO9001,  CES and IPx8

     ATTENTION !Please Remove The Optional Grip On Your Camera(If you have one Equipped)Before putting the camera into Underwater Housing/Case.

    O'ring dimensions

    Color: white or yellow
    Horizontal line: Diameter
    Vertical line: Thickness

    MODEL

    POSITION

    SIZE(mm)

    G1X II

    Side with lens

    145 * 3.5

    Side with buttons

    145 * 3.5

     

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