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Ikelite 200DL Underwater Housing for Canon EOS 77D or 9000D with Dry Lock Port Mount

BH #IK71722 • MFR #71722
Ikelite
Key Features
  • Depth Rating: 200'
  • Ikelite 5-Pin Bulkhead Strobe Connector
  • Manual Flash Exposure, TTL Optional
  • Mechanical Controls
Capture brilliant images of the aquatic world with your Canon EOS 77D or 9000D DSLR camera in Ikelite's 200DL Underwater Housing with Dry Lock Port Mount, which has a depth rating of 200'. An Ikelite bulkhead with a manual hot-shoe connection enables reliable electrical triggering of optional external strobes via sync cords. The use of an optional TTL hot shoe and 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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Ikelite 200DL Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Construction Details
  • 3Strobe Connection and Operation
  • 4Controls and Handling
  • 5Lens Ports

Capture brilliant images of the aquatic world with your Canon EOS 77D or 9000D DSLR camera in Ikelite's 200DL Underwater Housing with Dry Lock Port Mount, which has a depth rating of 200'. An Ikelite bulkhead with a manual hot-shoe connection enables reliable electrical triggering of optional external strobes via sync cords. The use of an optional TTL hot shoe and converter will allow for TTL operation with compatible Ikelite DS strobes; non-Ikelite strobes will still work in manual mode only.

Ergonomic, mechanical push-buttons, dials, and levers afford access to all important camera functions. Built for durability, the enclosure is made in the USA from a corrosion-resistant ABS plastic and polycarbonate blend. It is white on the front, top, sides, and bottom, but clear in the back to allow you to monitor the O-ring seal and maintain your view of the camera's rear controls. The supplied aluminum tray with a left-hand quick-release grip affords improved balance and handling, while offering an attachment point for an optional lighting arm.

This housing ships without a required lens port, and accepts various, interchangeable dome and flat ports for an array of lenses. For complete compatibility information, see the port chart. The Dry Lock (DL) port system accommodates lenses with large diameters, and provides added security against leaks at the surface, thanks in large part to the included vacuum valve for checking watertight integrity before the dive. You'll need to pick up the required pump to remove excess air and actually create a vacuum.

Construction Details

  • Depth rating of 200'
  • Housing is made by hand in the USA from a corrosion-resistant ABS plastic and polycarbonate blend
  • White on the front, top, sides, and bottom to reflect sunlight and keep the camera cool when shooting on or above the water's surface
  • Clear in the back to allow you to monitor the O-ring seal and maintain your view of the camera's rear controls
  • Housing alone has nearly neutral buoyancy in fresh water, though your choice of lens and port may change the overall buoyancy of the system
  • Open-groove design suspends the rear O-ring in the natural position, making maintenance easier and preventing accidental twisting or stretching
  • Front-loading mounting plate enables quick camera installation, and does not need to be removed in order for you to gain access to the battery or memory card
  • Mounting plate has a 1/4"-20 threaded hole on the bottom for connection to an optional tripod

Strobe Connection and Operation

  • Use of an optional external strobe is highly recommended for color correction and adequate brightness, and basically essential once you descend deeper than 15-20' underwater
  • Strobe restores hues that are absorbed by the water, so your images are vibrant and accurate
  • Try to stay no more than 3-4' away from your subject to preserve natural colors in images
  • Ikelite ICS-5 bulkhead with a manual hot-shoe connection enables reliable electrical triggering of strobes via sync cords
  • Optional TTL hot shoe and converter, such as Ikelite's CT1K Canon TTL Kit, will enable TTL operation with compatible Ikelite DS strobes
  • Ikelite's TTL electronics system can be updated as additional strobes and communication accessories become available in the future
  • Non-Ikelite strobes, such as those from Sea & Sea, INON, and Retra, will still work in manual mode only
  • Older non-digital strobes can be used in manual mode
  • Housing ships without a required sync cord for a strobe
  • Bulkhead has been moved to the top of the enclosure to keep the cord out of your way and reduce strain on the ends
  • Ikelite's #4403 Optical Slave Converter and Aquatica's Water Wizard system are available options that will let you trigger wireless slave strobes
  • Exposure compensation is available via the camera's controls

Controls and Handling

  • Sensitive shutter and AF-On levers are curved and extendable to increase comfort when using the optional right-hand grip
  • Push-buttons have been modified to reduce weight and salt buildup
  • A soft-touch zoom knob on the side allows for a better, more comfortable grip with or without gloves
  • Ergonomic, mechanical push-buttons, knobs, and levers afford access to all camera functions except for the LCD illumination button, depth-of-field preview, dioptric adjustment knob, and multi-function lock switch
  • Control symbols are etched into the back of the housing with lasers, so they won't fade or fall off with time
  • Super-Eye Viewfinder enhances your view through the camera's OVF when you're wearing a mask
  • You can remove the Super-Eye quickly if you'd like to attach the optional Straight or 45° Magnified Viewfinder instead
  • Aluminum tray with a left-hand quick-release grip improves balance and handling, while offering an attachment point for an optional lighting arm
  • Optional right-hand grip can be added easily
  • 1/4"-20 mounts and other mounting points enable you to connect the housing to a tripod and add accessories
  • Tray weighs less than Ikelite's previous model, but is just as strong and durable
  • Housing weighs less than its FL-mount counterpart
  • Another 1/4"-20 threaded mount is located front and center on the housing above the port mount, allowing for the attachment of a focus light, GoPro camera, or other lightweight piece of equipment
  • Optional Cable Grip or Aluminum Top Handle can be added for easier carrying if you're using 2 strobes

Lens Ports

  • Ships without a required lens port
  • Accepts various, interchangeable dome and flat ports for lenses
  • For complete compatibility information, see the port chart linked above
  • Dry Lock (DL) port system accommodates lenses with large diameters
  • System also provides added security against leaks at the surface, thanks in large part to the included vacuum valve for checking watertight integrity before the dive
  • Removing excess air and actually creating a vacuum will require the purchase of a pump
  • DL mount can be removed and replaced by the older FL (Four Lock) port locks, though this change would be irreversible unless you sent the housing back to Ikelite to have the DL mount installed again
UPC: 883711055855

Ikelite 200DL Specs

Depth Rating200' / 60 m
Control TypeMechanical push-buttons, dials, and levers
ControlsAfford access to all camera functions except for LCD illumination button, depth-of-field preview, dioptric adjustment knob, and multi-function lock switch
Material of ConstructionHousing: ABS plastic and polycarbonate blend
Tray and Handle: Aluminum
Lens PortDry Lock port mount
Ships without a required port
Accepts various, interchangeable dome and flat ports for lenses
For complete information, see chart linked in overview
BuoyancyNearly neutral buoyancy in fresh water
External Flash ConnectorIkelite ICS-5 bulkhead with manual hot-shoe connection for optional external strobes
Optional TTL hot shoe and converter allow for TTL operation with compatible Ikelite DS strobes
Non-Ikelite strobes work in manual mode only
Mounting1/4"-20 threaded mounts with 3.5" / 88.9 mm spacing for included tray and grip
Dimensions9.0 x 7.1 x 6.6" / 22.9 x 18 x 16.8 cm
Weight4.9 lb / 2.2 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight6.87 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14.65 x 9.55 x 8.45"
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