The Ikelite ULTRAcompact digital housing really delivers when performance and durability matter. The ULTRAcompact housing is high quality, built to last and backed by Ikelite's reputation for excellence.
Ease of use
A great system for beginner and intermediate divers looking for a small, simple system to shoot both stills and videos. Automatic modes make photos and video a breeze allowing you to simply turn on the camera, point and shoot.
An underwater strobe is able to travel farther and cover more area than the built-in flash. The AF35 is an automatic optical slave strobe featuring large, simple to use controls and exposure adjustment capabilities. The flash comes complete with tray and handle for the ultimate value in external flash. No fiber optic cable needed, just attach it and shoot!
PRO-V8 LED video light
For additional lighting when using the camera's movie mode and to aid in focus.
Replace some of the reds, oranges and more natural tones that would otherwise be lost as sunlight is filtered by water. For use without a strobe. Available for tropical blue or green water settings.
W-20 Wide Angle Lens
Increase your camera's effective angle of coverage so that you can get much closer to your subject for more clear, colorful photos and video. Slight to moderate vignetting (shading in the corners)
This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.
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Comments about Ikelite Underwater Camera Housing for Canon Powershot Elph 110 HS, IXUS 125 HS Digital Cameras:
It took a while to decide but I finally settled on this housing with the matching Canon ELPH 110 HS 16MP/HD camera. A week ago, I used it on 4 dives below 100ft (123 ft max) and everything worked well and as expected. However, the ZOOM control is quite challenging (sticky) to operate. I did not wear gloves during these dives and all the other controls were accessable, simple and easy to operate bare handed. It definately is heavier, bigger and bulkier than I'd expected (ahhh the joys of ordering online ;-) ) I personally think it's somewhat "over-engineered" for recreational diving. This is not a problem underwater but does take more effort, care and attention during entries and exits. Overall, IMHO, a good quality, somewhat pricey, and easy to use housing that hopefully will last a long time.