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Polaroid Underwater Housing for Panasonic LUMIX GF3 Micro Four Thirds Camera and 14-42mm Lens

Polaroid Underwater Housing for Panasonic LUMIX GF3 Micro Four Thirds Camera and 14-42mm Lens

Polaroid Underwater Housing for Panasonic LUMIX GF3 Micro Four Thirds Camera and 14-42mm Lens

B&H # POWPCGF31442 MFR # PLWPCGF31442
Polaroid Underwater Housing for Panasonic LUMIX GF3 Micro Four Thirds Camera and 14-42mm Lens

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Product Highlights

  • Depth Rating: 131'
  • Mechanical Controls
  • Access to All Camera Functions
  • Clear Polycarbonate Body
  • Built-In Flat Glass Lens Port
  • External Strobe Connector
  • Cold Shoe Mount
  • Standard 1/4"-20 Tripod Mount
  • Hand and Neck Straps Supplied
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  • 1Description

This Underwater Housing from Polaroid is a compact waterproof enclosure enabling you to shoot beneath the surface with your Panasonic LUMIX GF3 Micro Four Thirds Camera and 14-42mm zoom lens. It has a depth rating of 131'. Mechanical controls, including push-buttons and knobs, enable access to all camera functions. Built for durability, the housing's body is made of clear, corrosion-resistant polycarbonate. The built-in, flat glass lens port accommodates and protects the 14-42mm wide-angle zoom lens. The housing is configured with an external strobe connector, as well. There's also a cold shoe mount on top of the housing for the attachment of an optional lighting arm or a separately housed flash or video light. The standard 1/4"-20 mount on the bottom of the enclosure enables connection to an optional tripod or a tray for optional lighting arms. Additionally, hand and neck straps are supplied, as are an O-ring and lubricant.

Waterproofing
Safe to use at a maximum depth of 131'.
Controls
Mechanical controls, including push-buttons and knobs, enable access to all camera functions.
Construction
Built for durability, the housing's body is made of corrosion-resistant polycarbonate, which is clear to allow you to monitor the O-ring seal and camera.
Lens Port
Features a built-in, flat glass port that accommodates and protects the 14-42mm wide-angle zoom lens.
Flash Use
The camera's built-in flash is not usable, but the housing is configured with an external strobe connector for the connection of optional flash units via cables, which are available separately.
Mounting
Standard 1/4"-20 threaded mount on the bottom enables connection to an optional tripod or a tray for optional lighting arms. There's also a cold shoe mount on top of the housing for the attachment of an optional lighting arm or a separately housed flash or video light.
Accessories
Hand and neck straps are supplied, as are an O-ring and the lubricant required to keep the O-ring from drying out and cracking.
UPC: 815361017211
In the Box
Polaroid Underwater Housing for Panasonic LUMIX GF3 Micro Four Thirds Camera and 14-42mm Lens
  • Hand Strap
  • Neck Strap
  • O-Ring
  • O-Ring Lubricant
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Specifications
    Depth Rating 131' / 40 m
    Control Type Mechanical
    Controls Access to all camera functions
    Construction Polycarbonate
    Lens Port Built-in flat glass port for 14-42mm wide-angle lens
    Buoyancy Not specified by manufacturer
    Internal Flash Usable No
    External Flash Connector Yes, for the attachment of optional strobes via cables (available separately)
    Mounting Cold shoe mount
    Standard 1/4"-20 tripod mount
    Dimensions Not specified by manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.6 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.3 x 6.0 x 5.6"

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