Minor differences in camera body design mean big differences in housing fit and function between the Mark III and its predecessors.
There is a slight variation in the camera body size between the RX100 VI and the newer RX100 VII. Find out what this means for housing compatibility.
Starting September 2018 we will be transitioning all bulkheads and sync cord plugs from nickel plated brass to hard anodized aluminum.
Information on maintaining housing o-rings seals post-dive and prior to long term storage.
Information on selecting and maintaining interchangeable lens ports.
Information on identifying and modifying older housings for digital cameras.
Adding a second strobe is great for wider and more even coverage. Learn about how to connect one and other considerations when shooting dual strobes underwater.
Answers to your questions about strobe syncing, including shutter speed limitations and rear curtain sync.
Information about maintaining, charging, and storing your NiMH, Li-Ion, or NiCd battery pack for a DS161, DS160, or DS125 strobe.
Answers to commonly asked questions about electrical strobe sync cord maintenance and use.
Use our wiring diagrams and test procedures to check continuity, test fire your strobes, or wire custom cabling.
Information on TTL flash when using a Nikon D7200 in the # 6801.71 housing originally built for the Nikon D7100 DSLR camera.
Information on control and TTL strobe operation with each model of underwater housing for Canon EOS 5D-series cameras.
Replacement cells for rechargeable NiMH battery packs for Ikelite DS200 and Substrobe 200 underwater strobes.
Extended explanations on using, charging, and storing lithium ion batteries for DS160 and DS161 strobes.
Information on traveling with lithium ion batteries for Ikelite DS160 and DS161 strobes.
Information on identifying and obtaining spare parts for film SLR housings.