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Underwater Camera Housings for Nikon/Canon/Olympus including DSLR and compacts. An underwater housing is essentially a camera case for your popular topside camera but one that allows full control of the camera when diving, is waterproof and pressure proof and in many cases as ergonomic as using your camera without it. Housings are mostly made out of 2 materials: Aluminum and Polycarbonate, the latter being less expensive and thus more popular.

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  • SKU: IK-6215.02
    Ikelite 6215.02 Action Underwater Housing for Sony RX100, RX100 II Camera, Depth Rating: 200ft/60m * Made of: ABS-Polycarbonate
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    $299.00

  • SKU: IK-71760
    Ikelite 71760 200DLM/A Underwater Housing for Canon EOS R Camera, Depth Rating: 200ft/60m * Made of: Polycarbonate
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    $1,695.00

  • SKU: NA-17329
    Nauticam 17329 NA-R Underwater Housing for Canon EOS R DSLR Camera, Depth Rating: 330ft/100m * Made of: Aluminum
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    $3,290.00

  • SKU: NI-MPEOSR
    Nimar MPEOSR Pro Underwater Housing for Canon EOS R Camera, Depth Rating: 328ft/100m * Made of: Acetal Resin and Aluminum Alloy
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    $1,579.40

  • SKU: SS-06190
    Sea and Sea SS-06190 MDX-R Underwater Housing for Canon EOS R DSLR Camera, Depth Rating: 330ft/100m * Made of: Aluminum
    The Sea and Sea housings include 2 fiber optic cable connections , a port locking mechanism, a cold shoe adapter for focus light or action cam and dual locking latchs. Learn More

    Regular Price: $3,495.95

    $3,139.95

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  • SKU: IK-6101.02
    Ikelite 6101.02 6101.02 Underwater Housing for Sigma DP1 / DP2 / DP3 Merrill Camera, Depth Rating: 200ft/60m * Made of: Polycarbonate
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    $650.00

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