- Underwater housing dedicated for the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ100, TZ101 and ZS100 digital camera models.
- Depth rated to 60 metres (200 feet).
- Controls for all camera functions except the control ring, flash open lever and dioptre adjustment ring (important control ring functions are accessible through convenient short cuts).
- The cameras internal flash location makes it unusable for lighting your subject underwater, but it can be used to trigger an external strobe.
- For the best results it is recommended to use an external strobe setup such as the optional Ikelite DS51 strobe.
- Near neutral buoyancy in fresh water.
- The glass lens port has been optimized for a wide angle to macro range of 25-200mm.
- This zoom range is ideal for use in the water with or without optional accessories.
- The camera cannot be zoomed beyond 200mm while installed in the housing with the standard lens port.
- A press-fit Macro Adapter (sold separately) is available for the attachment of 67mm threaded accessory macro lenses.
- We recommend a macro lens which is designed for underwater use like those from Epoque, INON, Subsee, Nauticam, and other manufacturers.
- The adapter should not be used with 67mm threaded wide angle lenses.
- The wide angle lens would be too far away from the camera's lens to provide an improved image.
- The optional Wide Angle Port M67 for Panasonic TZ100 / ZS100 can be used in place of the housings standard port for use of 67mm threaded external wide angle lenses.
- This port is as close to the cameras lens as possible for the best image quality and very little vignetting (dark shadows in the corners of the image) with external wet lenses.
- Vignetting can be eliminated by cropping the photo in post-production.
- The Inon UWL-H100 exhibits the least vignetting and best clarity with this model among popular wet lenses currently available on the market.
- Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ100
- Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ101
- Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS100
- Port cover
Please note the warranty on underwater housings does not cover damage to your camera caused by water ingress. It is your responsibility to insure your equipment with a specialist underwater equipment insurance company. Click on the logo below for a quote.