Meikon 40m/130ft FDR-AX30 Underwater video camera housing

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$ 334.99

Meikon FDR-AX30 Underwater video camera housing  is made for Sony AX30/AX33/AXP33/AXP35 Handycam camcorder. Original purpose of this housing is scuba diving, however because it was designed to be waterproof you can use it pretty much everywhere:

  • Backpacking
  • Boating
  • Camping
  • Fishing
  • Hunting
  • Rafting
  • Snowboarding
  • Sailing
  • White water paddle sports


  • AX30
  • AX33
  • AXP33
  • AXP35
  • Housing molded of corrosion free clear polycarbonate, durable and resistance to corrosion
  • The housing is rated to 40m/130ft depth, and is rugged and ready for use
  • Ergonomic design
  • Lens port provides full use of the camera's zoom range without vignetting
  • The front of the port is 67mm threaded for the attachment of optional accessories.
  • Ensures that camera stays clean and dry
  • Perfect in humid and wet conditions, salt spray, dust or snow
  • Provides mechanical controls for the main camera functions
  • Each control on the housing is clearly labeled
  • Dedicated video control button
  • Large, easy to see buttons allow camera operation underwater, even with diving gloves
  • Easy and secure installation of camera
  • O-ring sealed with spring-loaded
  • Easy open latch and drop in camera loading make set-up a breeze.
  • A central three 1/4-20 tripod mount on the bottom of the housing is the perfect attachment point for stabilizing trays and constant-on lighting
  • Compatible with a wide range of underwater photo accessories


  • ON/OFF
  • Video button
  • Photo button
  • My voice cancellation button
  • View images button
  • Zoom +/- leaver

Please note - touchscreen is not accessible.


  • Material: Polycarbonate, ABS plastic, clear plate glass, stainless steel, EPDM rubber
  • Dimensions: 240mm x 200mm x 130mm
  • Weight: 938g
  • Buoyancy: Near neutral in fresh water


  • Underwater housing FDR-AX30
  • Shoulder & Wrist strap
  • Spare O'ring
  • User manual
  • Cleaning cloth
  • Port cap