Sony MPK-THH features Depth Rating 132′ (40m); Buoyancy Positive; Port Flat, fixed; Internal Flash Usable. It measures 5.25 x 3.75 x 1.50″ (133 x 95.25 x 38.10mm) and weighs 11 oz (312g) (without camera).

Overall Rating: ★★★★☆ | Latest Price Info

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Sony MPK-THH User Reviews

Great Casing
“This worked great – went scuba diving and snorkeling in the Caymans and got great videos and pictures! It’s a little hard to see your options on the screen because of the glare, that would be my only complaint. In addition, the battery doesn’t seem to last as long. We did have a little issue with fog on the lens on the last day of our trip – but that may be because of the humidity. I don’t believe there’s any other casing for the Sony Cybershot DSC-T900, so your other option would be to purchase an entirely new waterproof camera. Keeping my fingers crossed that storage won’t affect the casing. “ – By review-name
Rating: ★★★★☆

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Features & Specifications

Sony MPK-THH Features & Specifications

Use the Sony MPK-THH Underwater Marine Pack to transform your Sony CyberShot DSC-T900 into an underwater digital camera that takes photos and videos. Its damage-resistant construction protects the camera from the harshest conditions on both land and sea, making it suitable for diving, snorkeling, or surfing. The housing can also be used during activities that call for protection from the elements such as skiing, fishing, sailing, or even in certain industrial situations. Now there really is nothing between you and the perfect picture.

The housing allows underwater photos to be taken using the built-in flash of the camera. However, an external strobe is recommended to improve the images by reducing the illumination of particles suspended in the water. Slaved external strobes like those made by Sea & Sea, Ikelite, Fantasea or Sealife can be used to provide proper lighting.

• Sturdy ABS plastic and glass construction protects your camera both on land and sea

• Perfect for bad weather situations like heavy rain and snow, or for use during activities that call for protection from the elements such as skiing, fishing, or sailing

• Water-resistant to a depth of approximately 132′

• Works with the underwater mode of the camera both for photo and movie

See also: Accessories | Underwater Housings

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