Ewa-Marine D-B Underwater Housing For Mirrorless Cameras

Ewa-Marine D-B Underwater Housing For Mirrorless Cameras

Ewa-Marine D-B Underwater Housing For Mirrorless Cameras

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Ewa-Marine D-B Underwater Housing For Mirrorless Cameras

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Product Highlights

  • Depth Rating: 98.4' (30 m)
  • Camera Controls And Buttons Accessible
  • Special Finger-Glove For Access
  • Auto Focus And Flash Function Optimally
  • Optically Neutral Flat Glass Port
  • Double Laminated PVC Construction
  • Seawater-Resistant Clamping Rail Closure
  • Carry Case With Waterproof Interior
  • Designed For Micro-Four-Thirds/ SLR/ CSC
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Ewa-Marine D-B overview

  • 1Description

The Ewa-Marine D-B Underwater Housing For Mirrorless Cameras is a durable PVC case with an optically neutral flat glass port. It is designed for the compact MFT / Micro-Four-Thirds and other mirrorless SLR or CSC / Compact-System-Cameras and lenses. The housing is compatible with lenses from 0.8-2.8" (2.0-7.0cm) in length, with a maximum diameter of 2.6" (6.5cm) and a maximum filter thread of 62mm. Great for use on small boats, in the surf, and while swimming, snorkeling or diving, the case makes camera operation simple: Controls and buttons can be manipulated through the PVC. The housing even features a special finger-"glove" enabling easy access to the camera's shutter button and finger tip control. The housing has a depth rating of 98.4' (30 m).

Inside the case, the camera's auto focus and flash continue to function optimally. The specially-designed section at the top of the housing accommodates the flip-up, internal flash found on certain camera models, enabling use of the flash both above and below the water's surface.

As you descend beneath the surface, air gets pressed into the camera. As a result, the pressure inside the housing remains the same as the surrounding water pressure, making implosions virtually impossible. Be sure to start your dive with sufficient air inside the housing. The supplied foam pads are part of this air "reservoir" and extra air should also be blown into the housing, via the rear valve, in order to ensure that the maximum potential volume is used.

The housing features a pair of non-corrosive, seawater-resistant clamping rails, which fit together for an ideal seal. They are tightened via 3 screw knobs. The case is supplied inside a handy yellow carry case with a waterproof interior and a zippered side pocket.

Note: The use of a mounted flash for diving is recommended (not included).

Depth rating of 98.4' (30 m)
Camera controls and buttons can be manipulated through the PVC. The housing even features a special finger-"glove" enabling easy access to the camera's shutter button and finger tip control
Inside the case, auto focus and flash continue to function optimally. The specially-designed section at the top of the housing accommodates the flip-up, internal flash found on certain camera models, enabling use of the flash both above and below the water's surface
Constructed from double laminated PVC. Features an integrated, optically neutral flat glass port
Great for use on small boats, in the surf, and while swimming, snorkeling or diving
As you descend beneath the surface, air gets pressed into the camera. As a result, the pressure inside the housing remains the same as the surrounding water pressure, making implosions virtually impossible. Be sure to start your dive with sufficient air inside the housing. The supplied foam pads are part of this air "reservoir" and extra air should also be blown into the housing, via the rear valve, in order to ensure that the maximum potential volume is used
Features a pair of non-corrosive, seawater-resistant clamping rails, which fit together for an ideal seal. They are tightened via 3 screw knobs
Supplied inside a handy yellow carry case with a waterproof interior and a zippered side pocket
Designed for the compact MFT / Micro-Four-Thirds and other mirrorless SLR or CSC / Compact-System-Cameras
Compatible with lenses from 0.8-2.8" (2.0-7.0cm) in length, with a maximum diameter of 2.6" (6.5cm) and a maximum filter thread of 62mm
UPC: 817062009601
In the Box
Ewa-Marine D-B Underwater Housing For Mirrorless Cameras
  • Yellow Carry Case With Waterproof Interior And Zippered Side Pocket
  • Manual
  • Initial Supply Of CD5
  • Specially Profiled Foam Padding
  • Ewa-Marine Adapters A49, 52, and 62 mm For Respective Filter Threads
  • 1-Year Warranty
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    Ewa-Marine D-B specs

    Construction Double laminated PVC
    Controls Camera controls and buttons accessible through housing
    Finger-"glove" enables easy access to shutter button and finger tip control
    Auto focus and flash function optimally inside housing
    Top section accommodates flip-up, internal flash found on certain camera models
    Depth Rating 98.4' (30 m)
    Internal Flash Usable Yes
    Port Optically neutral flat glass
    Compatible with lenses from 0.8-2.8" (2.0-7.0cm) in length, with a maximum diameter of 2.6" (6.5cm) and a maximum filter thread of 62mm
    Filter Includes adapters A49, 52, and 62 mm for respective filter threads (filters not included)
    Sealing 2x non-corrosive, seawater-resistant clamping rails tightened via 3x screw knobs
    Carrying/Transport Options Supplied inside a handy yellow carry case with a waterproof interior and a zippered side pocket
    Packaging Infoyxvzscarfyadzababxdfbdfvxdstceeb
    Package Weight 1.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 12.3 x 12.0 x 4.8"

    Ewa-Marine D-B reviews

    D-B Underwater Housing For Mirrorless Cameras is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too Tight for Panasonic GH4 Maybe unfair of me to write a review of something I didn't use. I got this for a trip to Hawaii, hoping to use it with my GH4 snorkeling. I suppose it might work, but it is REALLY tight and difficult to put the camera in. So much of a pain I decided not to take it with me, seemed like it would be too frustrating to use. The finger hole for the shutter isn't long enough to even reach the shutter, so it's just in the way, not useful at all. Virtually no documentation comes with it, and I couldn't figure out the straps, just seemed awkward all around. My Panasonic GX7 fits much easier, so I almost decided to try that, but in the end still seemed too awkward to bother with. I can't judge how it would have actually worked in the water.
    Date published: 2015-05-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good value Good design, specially with the snapping system to attach the camera lens to the pouch. Fitting the camera in is not necessarily easy but once it's done, it's snug. The dials are easy enough to operate, surprisingly. Only drawback: it does not fit the LA-EA2 adapter even when removing the padding foam. This means that only E-type mount lens can be used in the pouch.
    Date published: 2013-02-18
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from it works but still doesn't satisfy I purchased this underwater housing to take on a snorkeling trip in July 2018 and use with a Fuji XT-20 camera and 18-55 AF lens. The housing worked at keeping my camera dry while snorkeling, down to 4 meters. However, I found it easier to take pictures with my iPhone. - TIP is to remove the lens, put it in first, put in the body, and attach the lens. Not elegant but in trying to slide the camera in with lens attached started a small rip in the seam of the bag. - Using the camera while snorkeling was a challenge, as well as trying to frame the shot. -- While swimming it seemed easy for different setting to change, requiring me to check various dials, etc. repeatedly. It would have been helpful to know how to shut the camera controls off, except for the shutter release. A waterproof wireless remote release might have made things easier! -- Glare on the housing from reflected light made it hard to see what I was really shooting, and trying to look through the viewfinder was tricky with a diving mask on. Most photos came out a bit out of focus. A weight belt and calmer water might have helped reduce all the movement. - I agree with advice posted elsewhere, that one needs to take 100s of shots while underwater to find a few that are clear and well-framed. - My iPhone seemed to do better (though not without challenges), maybe because of the bigger screen and the wide-angle lens attached to the housing.
    Date published: 2018-08-05
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