Olympus PT-E06 Underwater Housing

Olympus PT-E06 Underwater Housing for E-620 E620 features Depth Rating 131′ (40m); Buoyancy Positive, depending on port; Internal Flash Usable; External Strobe Connector; and TTL Compatible.

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Features & Specifications

Olympus PT-E06 Underwater Housing Features & Specifications

This Olympus PT-E06 housing is for the E-620 digital camera. It is a stylish and durable polycarbonate housing for anyone looking to pursue underwater digital photography with the flexibility and quality of an SLR camera. The housing allows you to use your digital camera as you explore your underwater surroundings at depths up to 131′ (40m). The double O-ring main seal along with the secure single buckle closure will keep your camera dry. The Olympus E-620 allows you to view and compose your images on the LCD screen; this is ideal for working underwater. You can also use the housing’s over sized viewfinder even when wearing a dive mask. The durable controls give you access to everything the Olympus E-620 has to offer.

Using an external flash will bring back the natural color that is lost underwater. The housing features a sync cord bulkhead for using the Olympus FL-36 flash in its own PFL-E01 underwater housing (not included), or the Olympus UFL-2 underwater strobe. This allows TTL exposure control. You can also pop up the camera’s built-in flash. This allows you to use the Olympus UFL-2 or Sea & Sea underwater strobes with a fiber optic cable. The housing features dual fiber optic cable ports. This allows you to securely connect two strobes.The Olympus UFL-2 strobe can be controlled remotely from the camera when using fiber optic cables.

An assortment of interchangeable lens ports (required accessory) allows use of the Zuiko macro, wide angle, and zoom lenses best suited for underwater photography.

Note! Lens Port Not Included

Polycarbonate Construction
Durable and resistant to corrosion, clear view of the camera information and control functions

Camera Functions
Housing accesses all camera functions

Live View
The Olympus E-620 allows you to view and compose your images on the LCD screen, this is ideal for working underwater

SLR Viewing
The housing features an over sized viewfinder so the photographer can comfortably use the camera’s viewfinder even when wearing a dive mask

Keeping Your Camera Safe
The double O-ring main seal along with the secure single buckle closure will keep your camera dry

Lens Port System
An assortment of interchangeable lens ports (required accessory) allows use of Zuiko macro, wide angle, and zoom lenses best suited for underwater photography

TTL Flash
The sync cord bulkhead allows you to use the Olympus FL-36 flash in its own PFL-E01 underwater housing (not included), or the Olympus UFL-2 underwater strobe

Slaved Strobes
Popping up the camera’s built-in flash allows you to use the Olympus UFL-2 or Sea & Sea strobes with a fiber optic cable. Fiber optic cables securely plug into the housing’s dual fiber optic cable ports

Remote control
The Olympus UFL-2 strobes can be controlled remotely from the camera when using fiber optic cables


See also: Accessories | Underwater Housings





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