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Nimar Underwater Housing for Nikon COOLPIX AW110 Digital Camera

B&H # NINIAW110 MFR # NIAW110
Nimar Underwater Housing for Nikon COOLPIX AW110 Digital Camera

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Product Highlights

  • Depth Rating: 197'
  • Mechanical Controls
  • Access to All Camera Functions
  • Delrin Acetal Resin Construction
  • Built-in Flat Lens Port
  • Accepts Optional Fiber Optic Flash Cable
  • Strap Included
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This Underwater Housing from Nimar is a waterproof case enabling you to shoot beneath the water's surface with your Nikon COOLPIX AW110 digital camera. It has a depth rating of 197'.

The housing provides access to all camera functions via mechanical controls. The camera's built-in flash is usable. The case is constructed from black Delrin acetal resin, a durable plastic, and features a built-in flat lens port. An optional fiber optic cable connects to the optional Nano Flash (mfr #NIFL), which is triggered as a slave unit by the camera's built-in flash. A strap is supplied with the housing.

Depth Rating 197' (60 m)
Control Type Mechanical
Controls Permit access to all camera functions
Construction Housing: Delrin acetal resin
Controls: rubber, nickel and brass
Insert for optional flash/light bracket: anodized
O-ring: 40 Shore soft silicone
Lens Port Built-in flat port
Color Correction Filters No - camera has underwater scene mode
Buoyancy Not specified by manufacturer
Internal Flash Usable Yes
External Strobe Connector Optional fiber optic cable connects to optional Nano Flash NIFL
Mounting Accepts optional aluminum bracket NISTS for attachment of optional 3-LED Pilot Light NI29
Dimensions 5.9 x 4.1 x 2.0" (15 x 10.5 x 5.0 cm)
Weight 1.1 lb (0.52 kg)
Nimar Underwater Housing for Nikon COOLPIX AW110 Digital Camera
  • Strap
  • Rear Cover O-Ring
  • Spare Rubber Controls
  • Propagel Micropack: Silica Gel (2 g)
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    4.0

    Works fine. Recommended

    By Erhan

    from Istanbul

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    Pros

    • Functional
    • Good Depth Range
    • Water-tight Seals

    Cons

    • Buttons hard to push
    • Too Heavy

    Best Uses

    • Diving

    Comments about Nimar Underwater Housing for Nikon COOLPIX AW110 Digital Camera:

    I have only used it few times on a diving trip. All functions worked fine. Deepest dive was about 40 m with no sign of leaking. Design is robust but heavy. Together with the camera houing is negative buoyant. Setting up is pretty easy. Since the buttons are too close it is bit difficult to push them especally with the thick gloves. For the moment this is the only available prouct in the market for Nikon and cannot make comparison however I recommend it highly.

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