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Ikelite Underwater Housing and Panasonic Lumix DC-S1 Mirrorless Digital Camera Body Kit

BH #IK71301CK (B&H Kit)
Ikelite Underwater Housing and Panasonic Lumix DC-S1 Mirrorless Digital Camera Body Kit
Key Features
  • Depth Rating: 200'
  • Ikelite 5-Pin Bulkhead Strobe Connector
  • Optional TTL Circuitry
  • Camera with 24.2MP Full-Frame MOS Sensor
Capture beautiful images and video down to 200' below the surface with this Ikelite Underwater Housing and Panasonic Lumix DC-S1 Mirrorless Digital Camera Body Kit from B&H. The camera boasts a 24.2MP image sensor that captures exquisite images and brilliant UHD 4K30 video. The housing features a durable ABS and polycarbonate enclosure, and its mechanical controls afford access to key functions of the DC-S1. Add your favorite lens, the appropriate port and a strobe or video light, and you're ready to dive.
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Expected availability: 2-4 weeks
$4,348.95
$363/mo. suggested payments for 12 Mos.
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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 W.
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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