Ewa-Marine VGS Underwater Video Housing for Panasonic and Sony Digital Camcorders


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About Ewa-Marine

The VGS is the 10 metre depth housing for the Panasonic GS1, GS3, GS5 and GX 7 digital camcorders.

designed specifically for these camcorders the housing is manufactured from double laminated PVC and has an integrated, optically neutral flat glass port.

Perfect for snorkelling or shallow diving, sandy, dusty, humid or foul weather conditions this housing will give your camera the best possible protection whilst being fully operable.

It has a pair of non-corrosive and seawater resistant clamping rails which fit together for perfect sealing. They tighten by means of knurled thumb screw knobs.

It is supplied in a handy yellow carry-case which has a water-proof interior and zippered side-pocket.

Fits the following Panasonic Models
NV-DS60, DS65
NV-GS1, GS3, GS5, GS10, GS15, GS22, GS30, GS33, GS50, GS55
PV-DC 152, DC 252, DC 352
PV-DV 103, DV 203
PV-GS9, GS-12, GS14, GS15, GS33, GS-50 GS-55

Fits the following Sony Models
DCR-H14, DCR-TRV12, TRV14, TRV19, TRV22, TRV33,

Ewa-Marine Specifications

16 cm ( 6 1/3 inch )
6 cm (2 1/3 inch )
17 cm ( 6 2/3 inch )
front glass diameter
42 mm ( 1 2/3 inch )
300 g (0,66 lbs)

Reviews about this item

Reviewed by 1 customers


This product came with some hurdles.


from West Palm Beach, Florida

The product did not come with the proper size lense ring adapter, even though the [...] product information stated it fit the panasonic GS-15. I had to contact the manufacturer (Panasonic) and get them to send me the 27.5 mm to 30mm adapter ring so I could get the camera to fit properly in the housing. After a three week period I received the proper lense ring adapoter and installed the camera in the housing. Thats when the lense ring holder inside the housing fell off. I used a bit of Gorilla Glue, [...] so far it has not come off through three filming sessions under water. I have noticed that the heat build up inside the housing can affect the performance of the camera after a short time recording underwater. I have had to minimize the amount of padding I apply to ensure the snug fit inside the housing. Also if the camera has a lcd screen that turns completely around you might want to do that so you can read from the screen through the clear rubber housing. That way you don't have to try and gaze through the smaller camera eye sight.T Adams

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