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SKU: 69531

200DLM/A Underwater Housing for Olympus OM-D E-M10 III, E-M10 IV Mirrorless Cameras

Sale price$ 1,050.00

The 200DLM/A Underwater Housing is the perfect companion allowing use of the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III and Mark IV mirrorless micro four-thirds cameras in or around the water for scuba, snorkeling, surf, pool, or any adventure.

Fiber optic strobe connection is supported only with the E-M10 III camera. Additional of an optional bulkhead and hotshoe is required to use an external flash with the E-M10 IV. Options for adding a flash trigger are:


  • Manual Fiber Optic Transmitter # 44700 +  Hotshoe # 46071 for manual triggering of fiber optic strobes
  • B1A Bulkhead # 46002 + Hotshoe # 46071 for manual triggering of Ikelite or non-Ikelite strobes
  • DL3 DS Link Panasonic & Olympus TTL Converter Ikelite PT1 Hotshoe and B1A Bulkhead Kit # 46036 for TTL or manual triggering of compatible Ikelite DS strobes
Ikelite DLM Lens Port Mount

LENS PORT REQUIRED (Sold Separately)

A compatible lens port is required for waterproof operation (sold separately). Choose the correct port components on the lens you will be shooting.

Ikelite underwater housing for mirrorless compact cameras

100% Clear Back

See that your camera is dry inside

Made in USA

Compact, full-featured, and built to last


Controls for all camera functions except Fn lever, preview button, and diopter adjustment dial

Strobe Connector

Fiber Optic Ports

Port Mount

DLM (Dry Lock Micro)

Accessory Port

1/2-20 Thread

Depth Rating

200 feet (60 meters)


2.7 lb


7.75 x 5.75 x 5.25" (197 x 146 x 133 mm)

Rear O-Ring


Front O-Ring


Diver with Ikelite Underwater Housing and White Tip Reef Shark Copyright Ken Kiefer

© Ken Kiefer

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