Sony a6700 Setting it Up // 200DLM/E Underwater Housing [VIDEO]

Sony a6700 Setting it Up // 200DLM/E Underwater Housing [VIDEO]

John shows you just about everything you need to know to get your Sony a6700 camera ready to dive to depths up to 200 feet (60 meters). Learn about how you're going to hold onto it underwater, how to install your camera, and how to check for leaks before entering the water.

The Ikelite 200DLM/E Underwater housing is designed and made in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. It provides you full creative control in a compact form factor. The 200DLM/E Underwater Housing is suitable for a wide variety of applications including scuba diving, snorkeling, freediving, surf photography, and underwater pool portraiture. 

200DLM/E Underwater Housing for Sony Alpha a6700 # 69123 

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John Brigham Ikelite Vice PresidentJohn Brigham is the Vice President & head of product development at Ikelite. He was born with a flair for design and an entrepreneurial spirit as son of Ikelite founder Ike Brigham. He worked his way up in the business and is a natural fit in the R&D side of things. John dives the equipment as much as possible to test product and put himself in the "fins" of the user. You may also find him on the other end of an email or phone call when you reach out for product advice and support. When he's not underwater he's flying drones, setting off rockets, training his German Shepherd "T2", and spending time with his family.

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