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This Ikelite Underwater Housing with Canon PowerShot ELPH 135 Digital Camera Kit from B&H Photo bundles Ikelite's #6243.40 Underwater Housing with the compatible black Canon PowerShot ELPH 135 Digital Camera. Enjoy the ability to shoot photos and video beneath the surface at a maximum depth of 200'.
The housing's large, ergonomic mechanical controls provide access to all important camera functions. Built for durability, the enclosure is designed, constructed, and tested in the USA. It's manufactured 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 3.0" diameter glass lens port accepts optional, external wide-angle and macro add-on lenses and color-correction filters. Expand your system by adding an optional AF35 AutoFlash strobe, which is triggered as a wireless slave by the firing of the camera's built-in flash and replicates TTL exposure. The housing is also equipped with two ports for Ikelite, Sea & Sea, or Olympus-type fiber optic cables.
The Canon PowerShot ELPH 135 Digital Camera features a 16MP, 1/2.3" CCD image sensor and DIGIC 4+ image processor for high-resolution still photos, 720p HD video, low-light sensitivity to ISO 1600, and continuous shooting at 3.3 fps. Its 8x optical zoom lens offers a 35mm-equivalent focal length range of 28-224mm, covering wide-angle to telephoto perspectives. The camera is also equipped with a 2.7", 230k-dot LCD monitor. Smart AUTO mode provides ready-to-go settings for 32 predefined scenes, and modes like Fisheye, Miniature, Toy Camera, Monochrome and Super Vivid expand your creative possibilities.
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Ikelite Underwater Housing with Canon PowerShot ELPH 135 Digital Camera Kit (Black) Review