Fantasea Line proudly announces a new housing design, specifically created for the new Nikon Coolpix P7000 digital camera The FP7000 Housing is manufactured to the highest professional standards of function, style and durability It is depth rated to 200' (60 meters) and is fully functional with ergonomically designed and labeled controls The Fantasea FP7000 is the ultimate waterproof home for the Nikon Coolpix P7000 Housing is made from durable corrosion free injected molded polycarbonate plastic
The FP7000 Housing is ideal for outdoor and underwater photography Underwater photographers can dive or snorkel and capture all the excitement of this fascinating world, while outdoor photographers also have the option of capturing the action of activities such as white water paddle sports, sailing, boating, surfing, fishing, hunting, backpacking and camping The FP7000 Housing is shock resistant and protects the camera from water, sand, dust, frost and other damaging elements
The FP7000 Housing comes with a removable flash diffuser with secure line, hand lanyard, silicone grease, screwdriver, silica gel packs (3), o-ring removal tool, spare back door o-ring seal, and a diffuser quick-release secure string for the housing side of the quick-release
A complete specially designed accessory system is also available including BigEye Wide Angle Lens, RedEye Filters, Trays (SKU: FNT2030), Flex Arms SKU: FNTA30) Slave Flashes (SKU's: FNTN2075 and FNTN2077), Focus Lights (SKU: FNTFL),Fiber Optic Cables (SKU: FNTNFOK), Protective Bags (SKU: FNTCB) and more
This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.
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Comments about Fantasea FP-7000 Underwater Housing, for Nikon Coolpix P7000 Digital Camera.:
Having owned a FantaSea housing for an older Nikon, I knew the quality of their products and their customer service. I was not disappointed. Their is nothing you can't do with this housing concerning camera operation that you would need to do underwater. I highly recommend this housing with the appropriate camera of course.