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OVP Digital CCD Camera Protective Waterproof Shell Camera Housing

SKU:A14710000O

The Digital CCD Camera Protective Waterproof Shell Camera Housing is well designed and suitable for using in various conditions. It's special and super material make it more durable which can resist attack of the bad weather and erosion of the humid ...
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Specifications:


  • A comfortable waterproof housing for camera
  • Use to protect cameras in most conditions
  • Great option for turning an indoor camera into an outdoor camera
  • The protective camera housing has features long housing body and classical design
  • To make sure your camera housing be protected
  • Necessary equipment for outdoor camera
  • Color: Silver
  • Material: Metal

Details:

OVP Digital CCD Camera Protective Waterproof Shell Camera Housing


  • Plated a layer of silver can protect the metal from rusting.The Digital CCD Camera Protective Waterproof Shell Camera Housing is well designed and suitable for using in various conditions. It's special and super material make it more durable which can resist attack of the bad weather and erosion of the humid air of indoor

OVP Digital CCD Camera Protective Waterproof Shell Camera Housing


  • Dark green face of the protective camera housing is nice to look.The waterproof camera housing can protect your camera in good condition. The security camera housing was made of superior plastic prepared it high endurance.

OVP Digital CCD Camera Protective Waterproof Shell Camera Housing


  • The details of the indications are sealed on the back.Security camera is often used in different kinds of environment. To protect the camera, you may need to take some effective measures

OVP Digital CCD Camera Protective Waterproof Shell Camera Housing


  • You can easily familiar with it and use it.The first and also the important step is to select a well made Security Camera Housing

OVP Digital CCD Camera Protective Waterproof Shell Camera Housing

OVP Digital CCD Camera Protective Waterproof Shell Camera Housing


  • The digital camera housing looks much elegance.This Waterproof Camera Housing is one of the most rugged outdoor housings available. Desirable features of this Outdoor Camera Housing is its sturdy mounting and not-so-impressive size. In addition, the price of this type of Security Camera Housing is relatively competitive

DIY: Waterproof Camera Housing


  • A waterproof camera housing unit will allow pictures or video to be taken under water without the worry of destroying expensive camera equipment. Retail units cost anywhere from $100 to $300, so you may wish for an affordable, easy to make alternative

What you Need


  • You need two unlubricated clear condoms, a cylindrical cardboard tube approximately or at least bigger then the size of the zoom on the camera (toilet paper or paper towel roll will most likely do), a silica bag (can be pulled out of most vitamin bottles) and wetsuit glue

What to Do


  • Take a paper towel cardboard roll center and cut 1/4-inch longer then the camera when it is fully zoomed. Place the cardboard cylinder around the zoom to protect the gears of the zoom features. Open a condom. If there is talcum on it or an you were unable to find an unlubricated condom, unroll it and rinse. Take the condom and slowly (so it does not tear or break) roll it over the camera and cardboard cylinder. Drop a silica bag in the condom with the camera (away from the lens) to prevent condensation. Once the entire camera is covered, twist the end of the condom. Use wetsuit glue on the side farthest from the camera and allow it to dry (approximately 5-10 minutes to be safe). Take the second condom, open the package, and repeat the step of rinsing if necessary and putting the condom over the camera and cardboard fixture for a second layer. Again twist the condom/camera to make it airtight and apply wetsuit glue. Be careful to avoid tearing the condom or being rough with the use of the camera when under water

How to Make an Underwater Camera Housing:


  • Select an airtight storage container usually used for storing food leftovers. Select a container as close to the size and shape of your camera as possible
  • Cut a hole in the lid of the container for the lens, making sure the hole is larger than the diameter of the front of the lens housing. You will create a waterproof cover for this hole
  • Cut a clear piece of plexiglass or plastic to cover the lens opening, ensuring it is larger than the lens opening
  • Position the plexiglass over the opening. Using a 1/16-inch drill bit, drill one hole in each corner of the plexiglass, ensuring the drill bit goes through both the plexiglass and the container lid
  • Cut the foam gasket to match the size of the plexiglass cover, and to match the lens opening
  • Place the foam gasket over the lens opening. Place the plexiglass on top of the gasket, and screw from the inside of the lid to attach the pieces together. Fill the holes on the front of the plexiglass cover with a drop of bathroom silicone. Then seal the plexiglass cover by running a bead of silicone around the edges. Set it aside and let it cure according to the silicone instructions
  • Mount the camera by cutting Styrofoam to match the base plate of the camera. Trim so the Styrofoam fits snugly into the container. Secure the camera in place by using two elastic bands over the top the camera and bottom of the Styrofoam base. Ensure the elastic bands do not come in contact with any of the camera's controls
  • Place the camera, with fully charged or new batteries and a memory card, and Styrofoam assembly into the container. Trim a small tubular piece of cork to match the size of the shutter release. Mount the cork to the inside of the container using contact cement. You want the cork to be long enough to come in contact with the shutter release, but not to depress the release. Position and glue the cork, and test
  • Attach the container lid, and seal the closure with bathroom silicone, letting it cure as per instructions. You're ready to use your new housing

Package Included:


  • 1 x Camera Housing