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The Ikelite WD-4 Wide Angle Dome is a useful tool to convert your standard, 3.9" Ikelite flat port to a wide angle dome port. This port simply slides onto the standard port of the Ikelite housing— no modification to or replacement of the housing's original port is necessary. The WD-4 can be removed and replaced underwater so there is no limit to the camera's zoom or macro capabilities. Approximately 3/4 of the camera's zoom range can be used with the dome in place.
The conversion dome corrects for the refractive magnification of the flat port underwater to restore the camera's original angle of coverage.
The WD-4 Wide Angle Dome is compatible with any Ikelite housing featuring a 3.9-inch diameter lens port. To check compatibility with Ikelite housings, please refer to the housing instruction manual or webpage.
This is the first fish eye lens I've used and I've got to say I'm impressed with the results. Jump in the water and you can slip the lens on and off as required. Great for wreck diving - you can capture a huge area but pop it off if you need any close ups. Would definitely recommend
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