Ikelite Compact Housing for Canon PowerShot S95 & S90

Ikelite Compact Housing for Canon PowerShot S95 & S90 features Depth Rating 200′ (60m); Buoyancy Neutral; Port Fixed, flat; Internal Flash Usable. The Ikelite Compact Housing for Canon PowerShot S95 & S90 measures 6.4 x 4.6 x 3.3″ (160 x 120 x 84mm) and weighs 1.4 lbs (0.64kg) (without camera).

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Features & Specifications

Ikelite Compact Housing for Canon PowerShot S95 & S90 Features & Specifications

Dive into underwater photography with this incredibly compact and simple to use combination. The ULTRAcompact housing is high quality, built to last, and backed by Ikelite’s long-standing reputation for excellence.

All camera controls except the rear control dial are operational through the housing and depth rated to 200ft (60m). A gear driven system allows use of the camera’s ring function. Easy open latch and drop in camera loading make set-up a breeze.

Includes one 1cc tube of silicone lubricant, vinyl lanyard, flash diffuser and flash deflector.

Canon S90 Compatibility Note.
The Canon Powershot S90 camera body varies slightly by camera thickness and pushbutton placement. Rear and top pushbutton controls will be slightly off-center but operational when using the S90 camera in this installation.

Size and Weight.
6.4″ wide x 4.6″ high x 3.3″ deep ( including controls and lens port ).
16cm x 12cm x 8.4cm.
1.4lb (0.64kg) above water.
Neutrally buoyant underwater.

Spare Parts.
#0132.45 Spare Main Housing O-Ring
#5020 Silicone Lubricant in 4 1cc Tubes

Camera’s Built-in Flash.
An included flash diffuser improves lighting quality when the camera’s built-in flash is used. A built-in flash is effective between 1-3 feet (0.3-0.9m) from the subject in clear conditions. For best results an external underwater strobe is recommended.

External Color Filters.
Color filters replace some of the reds, oranges and more natural tones that would otherwise be lost underwater. Effective in relatively shallow, sunny conditions. Available as #6441.41 for tropical blue water and #6441.81 for use in green water settings.

External Underwater Strobes.
Ikelite strobes are much more powerful, recycle more quickly, and eliminate more backscatter than the camera’s built-in flash. Don’t settle for flat, blue-green images. The AutoFlash AF35 (pictured at right) is an easy and affordable way to add a strobe to your system. The AF35 is effective up to approximately 5 feet (1.5m) from the subject and restores the colors that are otherwise lost. For the best results in all conditions.

Pro-V8 LED Video Lite.
Mounts to either the AF35 tray or the top of a release handle for additional lighting when using the camera’s movie mode. For use with or without a color filter.

Tray and Handles.
An optional tray with release handle(s) provides an attachment for DS Substrobes or the Pro-V8 LED Video Lite. Available as #9523.31 tray with single handle or #9523.32 tray with dual handles.

External Accessory Lenses.
The front of the lens port accepts the #6420 W-20 and other 67mm threaded wide angle or macro lenses without the need for an adapter. An external wide angle conversion lens increases angle of coverage so you can get much closer to the subject while still fitting everything in the frame. Minimal vignetting (shading in the corners) may be present in the widest setting when using an external wide angle lens. This can be eliminated by zooming in slightly.


See also: Accessories | Underwater Housings





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1 Comment »

Comment by Jenny
2012-02-27 06:06:32

I enjoy taking underwater photos with my Canon. But can’t wait to get underwater housing for the Lytro light field camera. Imagine playing with the underwater light field photos – the light will be fantastic.

 

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