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This Ikelite Underwater Housing and Camera Kit from B&H Photo bundles the 6241.25 waterproof case with the Canon PowerShot A2500 digital camera it houses, enabling you to capture photos and video beneath the surface at a maximum depth of 200'. The housing provides access to all camera functions, except for the help button, via mechanical controls and enables the use of the camera's built-in flash.
Made for durability, the housing is constructed by hand in the USA 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 built-in, flat glass port accommodates the camera's lens, and also accepts optional, external wide-angle and macro accessory lenses. Expand your system by adding an optional AF35 AutoFlash strobe, which features a flex arm and mounts onto the grip handle of an optional tray. This external strobe is triggered as a slave by the firing of the camera's built-in flash and replicates TTL exposure.
Canon's PowerShot A2500 digital camera is a compact point-and-shoot featuring a 16MP 1/2.3" CCD image sensor and DIGIC 4 image processor for high-resolution still photos and crisp, HD 1280 x 720p video. The 5x optical zoom lens provides a 35mm-equivalent focal length range of 28-140mm, covering wide-angle to telephoto perspectives. The camera also offers a 2.7", 230k-dot LCD monitor, as well as Digital IS to reduce the effects of camera shake. Fisheye Effect, Toy Camera Effect, Monochrome, and other shooting modes allow for creative expression.