This is professional underwater camera housing for Panasonic GF6 with 14-42mm lens. With this you can take photos or videos underwater up to 40 meters.Ideal for diving at sea, surfing, snorkeling, skiing, yacht or other activities.
This underwater housing for Panasonic GF6 is suitable for taking photos or videos underwater up to about 40 meters, With proper size,you could operate it easily. Freely capture the underwater world when you are diving at holidays. Meanwhile,this case could protect your camera well in the water.
Can be used with built-in pop-up flash
Easy to operate
Clear view the camera information and control function
Sutiable for Panasonic GF6 Camera
Maximum water deep is 40m (130ft)
Standard1/4" screw holes at the bottom for additional accessories, like handles, external flash attachment, etc.
Made of polycarbonate, ABS plastic. clear plate glass, Stainless Steel, EPDM rubber
Clear view to LCD display and controls
Protects your camera from scratches, sand, dirts, water, snow, etc.
Attention before use:
Check whether good of performance first. Also check whether have sand and dust inside of case.
Must close the waterproof case and put it into underwater at least 200mm deep with 5 Minutes on condition of disassemble but waterproof oil with camera.
Make sure there have no water inside. Then put your camera into waterproof case.
Meikon Fisheye Dome Port is very versatile and suitable for various wide-angle full frame lenses, idea extra lens for underwater photography with Panasonic GF6.
Panasonic DMC-GF6 review
The GF6 features a Four Thirds-sized 16 megapixel Live MOS image sensor, Venus Engine processor (the same as that of the range-topping GH3), Light Speed AF system, a hinged touch-sensitive LCD screen which can be rotated by 180°. built-in pop-up flash, integrated Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity, Full HD video recording. GF6 gains Near-Field Communication (NFC), NFC is a very short-range means of exchanging data that allows the camera to share details of its Wi-Fi connection with compatible smartphones or tablets. The list of compatible devices includes many recent Android devices, though Apple has yet to embrace the technology.
Mode dial and four customizable function buttons (two on-screen)
1080p30 video as MP4 or AVCHD (presented as 60i PsF in AVCHD mode)
Jog lever around shutter button (which operates zoom or exposure compensation)