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Ikelite 200DL Underwater Housing for Nikon D850 with Dry Lock Port Mount

BH #IK71015 • MFR #71015
Ikelite
Key Features
  • Depth Rating: 200'
  • Ikelite 5-Pin Bulkhead Strobe Connector
  • Manual Flash Exposure, TTL Optional
  • Mechanical Controls
Capture brilliant images at depths as great as 200' with your Nikon D850 DSLR in Ikelite's 200DL Underwater Housing, which features their Dry Lock Port Mount and vacuum valve. An Ikelite bulkhead with a manual hot shoe connection enables reliable electrical triggering of optional external strobes via sync cords. Using an optional TTL hot shoe and the Nikon TTL Converter will allow for TTL operation with compatible Ikelite DS strobes; non-Ikelite strobes will still work in manual mode only.
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question

Is there not a frame or handle that attaches to the base of the housing to hold on to.. or a flash?
Asked by: Julius
Yes, the housing ships with a single tray mount and quick release handle. A second (right) quick release handle can be added by incorporating the Quick Release Handle with Extension (4077.02): <a href= https://www.ikelite.com/products/quick-release-handle-with-extension?variant=31336950534 target= _blank >https://www.ikelite.com/products/quick-release-handle-with-extension?variant=31336950534</a>
Answered by: John B. Ikelite Expert
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

What lenses are suited for this housing?
Asked by: Valentino
The lens port chart can be seen here: <a href= http://docs.ikelite.com/reference/port-chart-dl-system.pdf target= _blank >http://docs.ikelite.com/reference/port-chart-dl-system.pdf</a>
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-06-21

question

Would this be overkill for using the camera in rainy or snowy conditions?
Asked by: Michael
The housing is designed to withstand 200ft of water pressure so it'll certainly keep your camera dry in rainy/snowy conditions. That being said, you may find it to be relatively bulky for the application. It would be a good choice if you want to take it underwater eventually.
Answered by: John B. Ikelite Expert
Date published: 2018-08-27
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