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SKU: 69744

200DLM/D Underwater Housing and Canon EOS R10 Camera Complete Kit

Sale price$ 2,495.00
Configuration: Housing with Dome Port, Canon EOS R10, and 18-45mm Lens
Never before have we been so excited for a compact mirrorless camera. The combination of size, imaging quality, and value of the Canon EOS R10 system is unparalleled.

Whether you're upgrading, downsizing, or just getting ready for your next trip- the EOS R10 system is a great choice. In fact, it's our top mirrorless system right now due to its unique combination of size, imaging quality, and value. It's your first opportunity to take the Canon RF mount in a compact form housing and you won't be disappointed. The camera's ergonomics make it perfectly suited for comfortable use underwater.
Ikelite underwater housing for mirrorless compact cameras

100% Clear Back

See that your camera is dry inside


The only system we want to shoot underwater right now

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

View port chart

Controls are provided for everything except Diopter Adjustment Slider, Multi-Controller (can be pressed straight in), Depth-of-Field Preview Button, Focus Mode Switch

Strobe Connector

Ikelite Bulkhead with Manual Hotshoe

Port Mount

DLM (Dry Lock Micro)

Accessory Port

1/2-20 Thread

Depth Rating

200 feet (60 meters)


3 lb


7.5 x 5.9 x 6 in (191 x 150 x 152 mm)

Rear O-Ring


Front O-Ring


© Nirupam Nigam

Taken with Canon EOS R10 underwater

© Nirupam Nigam

Taken with Canon EOS R10 underwater

© Nirupam Nigam

Taken with Canon EOS R10 underwater

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