Underwater Housing for Panasonic Lumix TS5 TS6 FT5 FT6 (Updated)
This housing is out of stock and permanently out of production. We have no remaining new, blemished, or used inventory. We continue to provide service of this product even though it has been discontinued.
A compact, lightweight underwater housing for Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS5, DMC-TS6, DMC-FT5, and DMC-FT6 cameras that provides access to all camera functions up to 200ft (60m). Suitable for scuba, snorkel, surf, pool, and any application in or around the water.
The Panasonic Lumix TS- (FT-) series cameras are great for dive travel thanks to their ultra-rugged build that's waterproof to 43 feet (13m) and shockproof to 6.6 feet (2m). A 16MP sensor and Full HD video at 60p mean plenty of resolution for shooting stills and video on the same dive.
Clear Housing Back
Take full creative control of your camera up to 200 feet
Fiber Optic Ports
200 feet (60 meters)
5.9 x 4.6 x 3" (150 x 117 x 76 mm)
Our specially formulated ABS-PC blend housing is highly durable yet lightweight for travel. The light color keeps your camera cooler when shooting in warm, sunny environments.
Use the camera's built-in Wi-Fi feature to download photos to another device without removing the camera from the housing. The Wi-Fi feature is only usable above water within close proximity to the connected device.
Unless otherwise noted, this housing does not accommodate the use of add-on grips, battery grips, eyepieces, LCD covers, or other accessories.
Differences in lens and control placement prevent other camera models from being used in or adapted to this housing. We are not aware of any other models which may be used in or adapted to this housing.
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