Ewa-Marine D-A Underwater Housing for Fujifilm Finepix 4900, 6900, or F602

Ewa-Marine D-A Underwater Housing for Fujifilm Finepix 4900, 6900, or F602

Ewa-Marine D-A Underwater Housing for Fujifilm Finepix 4900, 6900, or F602

B&H # EWDA MFR # EM D-A
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Value: $25.00

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Product Highlights

  • Depth Rating: 98'
  • Access to All Camera Functions
  • Clear Double-Laminated PVC Body
  • Flat Optical Glass Lens Port
  • Corrosion-Resistant Clamping Rail Seal
  • Carrying Case with Waterproof Interior
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Ewa-Marine D-A overview

  • 1Description

The Ewa-Marine D-A Underwater Housing enables you to use your Fujifilm Finepix 4900, 6900, or F602 camera near, on, or under the water's surface. It is rated for dives of up to 98'. The enclosure is manufactured from clear double-laminated PVC and features a flat optical glass lens port.

The D-A gives your camera reliable protection while keeping it fully operable.  When not in use, it is lightweight and takes up little space. A pair of corrosion-resistant clamping rails fit together for sealing and are tightened by knurled screw knobs.

The D-A housing is made to fit the Finepix 4900, 6900, and F602, but will also fit camera/lens combinations with dimensions smaller than 5.9 x 5.3 x 4.7-6.7" (150 x 135 x 120-170mm) WxHxD.

Waterproofing
Can be used at a maximum depth of 98'
Control Access
Enables access to all camera functions, and allows for use of camera's built-in flash. Ribbed, bellowed section of the housing permits forward and backward movement of lens during autofocusing. Housing includes an AV110 autofocus adapter
Construction Details
Made of durable, double-laminated PVC, which is clear to allow you to monitor watertight seal and maintain full view of camera. Lightweight and collapsible for easy storage. Corrosion-resistant clamping rails fit together for a waterproof seal and are tightened via knurled thumb screws
Lens Port
Features an integrated optical glass lens port with a flat front element
Bundled Accessories
Includes an initial supply of silica gel to absorb moisture. Also supplied 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, because underwater, the water pressure will compress the housing, getting rid of any excess space and providing a snug, secure fit. Additionally, housing includes carrying case with waterproof interior and zippered side pocket
UPC: 817062001070
In the Box
Ewa-Marine D-A Underwater Housing for Fujifilm Finepix 4900, 6900, or F602
  • Yellow Carrying Case
  • CD5 Reusable Camera Dry Silica Gel Desiccant (5-Pack)
  • Foam Padding
  • AV110 Autofocus Adapter
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty

  • Includes Free

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    Ewa-Marine D-A specs

    Construction Double-laminated PVC body
    Control Access Pressure through housing body
    All camera functions accessible
    Depth Rating 98' (30 m)
    Buoyancy Positive
    Port Built-in optical glass port with flat front element
    Internal Flash Usable Yes, camera's flash
    External Strobe Connector No
    Moisture Alarm None
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 5.9 x 7.3 x 4.7-6.3" (150 x 185 x 160 mm) including lens port
    5.9 x 7.3 x 1.8" (150 x 185 x 45 mm) not including port
    Port Front Diameter: 3.0" (75 mm)
    Maximum Lens Diameter: 2.8" (72 mm)
    Weight 14.1 oz (400 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 2.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 12.0 x 12.0 x 4.0"

    Ewa-Marine D-A reviews

    D-A Underwater Housing for Fujifilm Finepix 4900, 6900, or F602 is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from It really works! I bought the D-a underwater housing for my old Fuji Finepix s7000, about a week before I went dicing in Mexico. Inserting the camera was pretty simple, I have to admit I didn't trust a plastic bag to keep my camera dry, but it did (perfectly). I took it to every dive, and went down to 25 meters with it - no problems at all. it takes time and you need to train a bit until you get used to it, as underwater conditions aren't ideal (it's hard to stand still, there isn't enough light), but after 2 dives i came out with some cool photos. it's important to add air into the case before deep dives, since the water pressure on the plastic is huge and it's impossible to control all the camera's functions. I used AUTO for most photos, and only after 5 dives I started playing with manual features. this underwater housing is also great for shallow water photo-shooting - I could easily create half underwater / half above the water cool pics and videos. I also recommend using the Dry Desiccant Silca Packs - to avoid humidity inside the case.
    Date published: 2012-10-11
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