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SHOOT Dome Port for GoPro
Model:LC004
Material;PC+ABS
Size:25cmx21cmx12cm
Depth:30m
Advantage:easy to clean,fully waterproof.
Use in:Diving,swimming
Warranty(year):1
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Designed for Gopro Hero 5/Hero 6 Black Action Camera,Package size:9.84 inch x 8.27 inch x 4.72 inch(25cmx21cmx12cm),Martial:PC+ABS,it can be used underwater 30m(Maximum)
2Half over, Half Underwater Shots
If you want to capture 50/50 images and improve your camera underwater shots,then you need a dome port.By moving the waterline away from the camera lens,it allows you to make those sick split photo shots to be shown excellently.
Easy to Use and Clean
No other accessories are needed,just insert your camera and you are ready to go.The side of the base has 10 screw,this design allows the dome to be fully disassembled for cleaning.(Kindly Note:When you using your original GoPro waterproof housing with this dome,please mount the 2pcs silicone rubbers to the backdoor frame as the picture shows.)
Secure Waterproof Sealing
To make sure the dome's waterproof ability,our factory did the Hydrostatic Water Pressure Test for every dome.But for the sake of insurance,we highly recommend you to test it without using your gopro before diving.
 

Why do you need a Dome Port?
It can dramatically improves camera's underwater functionality and image quality by moving the waterline away from the GoPro lens,you can capture the amazing half underwater half above-water photos.Without the dome,you will get a split photo.Upgrade Version--It's with lens hood, which reducing lens flare, and protecting the lens from damage

How to set up your dome?
1.Unscrew the OPEN screws to lift the clamp and remove the GoPro housing from the dome.
2. Put your GoPro camera into the housing and close it.(KINDLY NOTE: When you using your original GoPro waterproof housing with this dome,please mount the 2pcs silicone rubbers to the backdoor frame as the picture shows.)
3. Attach the grip to the housing so that the bolt is on the left when your camera is facing away from you