Capture images on and near the water's surface, or up to 32.8' beneath it, with Ewa-Marine's 3D-M Underwater Housing designed for the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W1, W5, or W7 Digital Camera. This enclosure replaces the previous version known as the D-SW. Easy access to all camera controls is provided right through the clear, corrosion-resistant, double-laminated PVC body. The clamping rails, which are also corrosion-resistant, fit together for a waterproof seal and are tightened via two screw knobs.
The housing features an integrated optical glass lens port with a flat front element. An optional Splashix Zoom Extension adapter extends the length of the port by 0.4" to accommodate longer lenses, and still allows you to adjust the length of the port to avoid vignetting when using wide-angle lenses.
An initial supply of silica gel is supplied to absorb moisture. Also included is enough foam padding to fill up any extra space inside the housing in order to prevent the camera from bouncing around. The foam would only be necessary when shooting above the water's surface; beneath it, the water pressure will compress the housing, getting rid of any excess space and providing a snug, secure fit.
- Depth Rating: 32.8'
- Manufactured in Germany from durable but flexible, double-laminated PVC, which is clear to allow you to monitor watertight seal and maintain full view of camera
- Clamping rails fit together for waterproof seal and are tightened via two screw knobs
- Both PVC and clamping rails are corrosion-resistant to protect against harsh effects of seawater
- Easy access to all camera controls simply by pressing them through PVC housing body
- Features integrated optical glass lens port with flat front element
- Optional Splashix Zoom Extension adapter extends length of port by 0.4" to accommodate longer lenses, and still allows you to adjust length of port to avoid vignetting when using wide-angle lenses
- Initial supply of silica gel to absorb moisture
- Sufficient foam padding to fill up any extra space inside housing, in order to prevent camera from bouncing around
- Foam would only be necessary when shooting above water's surface, because underwater, pressure will compress housing and eliminate excess space to provide snug, secure fit