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Ikelite has created a way to attach a wide angle lens to their new g15 housing, and the Ikelite G16 housing. This is something the G series ikelite housings lacked on previous models. This is a simple replacement port that screws on to the housing allowing the use of the Bluewater WA-110 lens as well as many other popular 67mm wide angle lenses. We will be testing this very soon!!
Capture more of the scene by adding a wide angle conversion lens to your Ikelite housing for the Canon G15. This port allows attachment of the Bluewater WA-110 and other 67mm threaded wide angle lenses with minimal vignetting and only slightly limiting the camera's normal zoom range. Wide angle lens not included.
This port replaces the housing's original front lens and is not removable underwater. External lenses may be removed and replaced underwater once the port is properly attached. Installation is easy, simply threading onto the front of the housing and checking for watertightness. The O-ring seal is visible through the inside of the housing. Installation requires strap wrench (not included).
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