Professional underwater camera housing for Meikon EOS M(18-55mm 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.
Clear view the camera information and control function
Maximum underwater depth is 40m(130ft)
Clear view to LCD display and full controls
Protects your camera from scratches, sand, dirts, water, snow, etc.
Standard1/4" screw holes at the bottom for additional accessories, like handles, external flash attachment, etc.
Working temperature: 0-40℃ (32-104℉)
Lens: Super clear lens for optimal picture quality
3 bracket holes: you can mount on your bracket for underwater shooting
Waterproof element: waterproof seal
Net weight: 620g
Size:210 L * 215 W * 180 H
IP: 40m waterproof * 1m shockproof
100% tested: we test every single one case to ensure the waterproof
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.
Canon is the last big player to show its hand, and its initial entrant - the EOS M - is unashamedly targeted to the latter group of users. The EOS M features a compact, magnesium-alloy body, and will be available in four colours - black, white, silver and red. It has no built-in flash, but instead a hot shoe on the top plate, and in many markets (although not the US) it will come bundled with the new AAA-powered Speedlite 90EX unit. There's neither a built-in viewfinder, nor connector for an external unit - composition is solely using the camera's rear screen.
Canon EOS M highlight
EF-M lens mount (optimized for APS-C sensor size)
1080p30 video recording, stereo sound (with 25p or 24p options)
External microphone socket and adjustable sound recording level
18MP APS-C 'Hybrid CMOS' sensor
Continuous autofocus in movie mode with subject tracking