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The Nimar Underwater Housing for Nikon Coolpix S3100 is a clear polycarbonate waterproof camera case that allows you to shoot underwater with your Coolpix S3100. It offers an unobstructed view of the camera's information and control functions and operates safely to a depth of 140' (42.6 m). A double security latch makes it virtually impossible to open the housing by accident, and loading the camera is quick and easy. The front of the case has a flash diffuser tone in order to improve lighting quality when using the camera's built-in flash. For best results, though, an external light is recommended. A complete set of color correction filters is available for this housing (not included), in order to help restore some of the reds, oranges and more natural tones that are typically lost beneath the surface.
Clear polycarbonate, offers unobstructed view of camera's information and control functions
Housing features dependable mechanical controls and allows access to all camera controls
Housing can be safely used down to a depth of 140' (42.6 m)
Flash Diffuser Included
Diffuser tone on front of housing improves lighting quality when using camera's built-in flash
Double Security Latch
Prevents accidental opening and resulting damage to camera
Accepts Color Correction Filters
Optional color correction filters can be used with this housing to restore reds, oranges and natural tones typically lost beneath the surface, giving your images greater vibrancy and accuracy
In the Box
Nimar Underwater Housing for Nikon Coolpix S3100
Complete O-Ring Set
Table of Contents
All camera functions accessible
140' (42.6 m)
Internal Flash Usable
5.1 x 3.9 x 3.1" (13.0 x 9.9 x 7.9 cm)
Weight (without Camera)
0.65 lb (0.29 kg)
Nimar Underwater Housing for Nikon Coolpix S3100 Review