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Ewa-Marine VMV20 Underwater Housing

B&H # EWVMV20 Mfr # EM VMV20
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This is a Special order item. Est. arrival at B&H is 7-14 business days (subject to availability). Your order will be charged at time of shipment.
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Product Highlights
  • For Canon Elura & DM-MV20 Camcorders
  • For Sony DCR-PC100/110/350 Camcorders
  • Rated up to 33' (10 m)
  • Double-Laminated PVC Construction
  • Optical Glass Port
  • For Snorkeling, Shallow Diving, Etc
  • Non-Corrosive Clamping Rails
  • Knurled Thumb Screw Knobs
  • Inc. Case w/ Zippered Side Pocket

The Ewa-Marine VMV20 Underwater Housing is manufactured from double laminated PVC and has an optical glass port. It is rated for dives of up to 33 feet (10 m) depth.  The VMV20 is perfect for snorkeling, shallow diving, high-humidity, or generally foul weather conditions.  It gives your camera the best possible protection while being fully operable.

A pair of non-corrosive and seawater resistant clamping rails fit together for sealing, tightening by using the knurled thumb screw knobs.  The VMV20 is supplied with a yellow case with waterproof interior and zippered side pocket.

The VMV20 housing is designed to fit the Canon Elura and DM-MV20 camcorders, as well as Sony's DCR-PC100, DCR-PC11, and DCR-PC350 digital camcorders.  Other camcorders around the size of the Canon Elura may also fit.

Manufactured from double laminated PVC with an optical glass port
Depth rated to 10 meters/33' underwater
Sealed by non-corrosive and seawater resistant clamping rails, fitted together and tightened via knurled thumb screw knobs
Perfect for snorkeling or shallow diving, sandy, dusty, humid or foul weather conditions these housings will give your camera the best possible protection while being fully operable
Supplied in a handy yellow case with water-proof interior and zippered side pocket
Construction Double Laminated PVC
Control Type Controlled through the flexible skin from the outside of housing
Controls All available camera controls
Depth Rating 33' (10 m)
Buoyancy Depends on air in the housing, adjustable with optional BV-2 3.08 lb lead weight
Port Optically neutral flat glass 1.65" (42mm) front glass diameter
Filter Optional
Wide Angle Lens No
Microphone No (Camcorder microphone not recommended using, since the picked up sound quality is not that great)
Moisture Alarm No
Camcorder Mounting No
Pluggable Underwater Connector No
Color Clear, yellow
Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.75 x 1.75 x 7.5" (120 x 45 x 190mm)
Weight (without Camcorder) 0.77 lbs (350g)
Ewa-Marine VMV20 Underwater Housing
  • Yellow carry-case
  • CD5 Camera dry munchers
  • Foam padding
  • 37mm - 52mm Step-up ring
  • 1 Year warranty
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