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Underwater Macro Lens Port PPO-EP03 for Underwater Housings (30mm & 60mm Lenses)
The PPO-EP03 is the dedicated lens port for the 30mm and 60mm Macro lenses. It is compatible with the PT-EP11 (E-M1), PT-EP08 (E-M5), and PT-EP14 (E-M1 Mark II) underwater housings. The port has a depth rating of 196.9' (60 m). The port body is constructed of durable poly-carbonate.
Ships with O-Ring (POL-E301), Lens Cap PRLC-17, Rear Cap PRPC-EP02, and silicone grease.
Item number :V6310130U000
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While this port can be used for two different Olympus macro lenses, the port is idea for the 60mm f2.8 macro. The front element of the lens sits right behind the port's AR coated glass, where the port is threaded to accept an additional (wet) diopter or other accessory in front of the port.
In practice the smaller diameter of the port enables getting into tight situations on the reef and in some cases getting a shot that would otherwise be inaccessible.