Canon EOS M6 Mark II 40m/130ft Sea Frogs Underwater Camera Housing with 6" Dry Dome Port


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SeaFrogs 40m/130ft Underwater Camera Housing for Canon EOS M6 Mark II with 6" Dry Dome Port

Compatible lenses (Dome port):

  • Canon EF-M 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM (Autofocus only, zoom gear available)
  • Canon EF-M 11-22mm f/4-5.6 IS STM (Autofocus only, zoom gear available)
  • Canon EF-M 15-45mm F3.5-6.3 IS STM (Autofocus only, zoom not available)
  • Canon EF-M 22mm f/2 STM (Autofocus only)

    Seafrogs underwater camera housings are designed for those who are into underwater photography/videography. Just insert your digital camera in Seafrogs UW case and you will be able to take beautiful pictures at depth up to 40 meters/130 feet. SeaFrogs products are reliable, as they are made out of high-quality materials. Each housing is tested individually to prevent any accidents. SeaFrogs provides excellent quality for a reasonable price.


    • Polycarbonate
    • ABS plastic
    • Clear plate glass
    • Stainless steel
    • EPDM rubber
    • O'ring sealed buttons with a spring-loaded mechanism to protect your camera properly

    Key features:

    • Vacuum Pump System port
    • Interchangeable port system
    • Optical viewfinder
    • Dual Fiber-Optic port (Sea&Sea type)
    • Inbuilt leak detection sensor
    • Stainless steel mounting plate 1/4" Thread
    • Double-sided metal hinge lock
    • All functions accessible, same as on the camera


    • Extremely positive ( Hand strap required ) 

    Package Includes:

    • Underwater housing
    • Zoom gear for 18-55mm / 11-22mm
    • 6" Dry dome port
    • Wrist strap
    • Shoulder strap
    • Spare O'ring
    • User manual

    Manufactory certificated: ISO9001,  CES, and IPx8

    ATTENTION! Please Remove The Optional Grip On Your Camera(If you have one Equipped)Before putting the camera into the Underwater Housing/Case.

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