Included in the Box • Housing • Vinyl Port Cover Action Housing for Canon G7 X Mark II Product Number 6245.08 • Lanyard • Silicone Lubricant 1cc tube Getting to Know Your Housing Important Notices »» Never use alcohol, spray lubricants, glass cleaner, or surface cleaner on this product. Shutter Button Zoom Lever Power Button Latch »» Rinse with fresh water after each dive. »» Do not leave unattended in a rinse tank. »» Always assemble in a cool, dry location. Opening the housing in a humid environment will lead to fogging. Product Registration Please register your product at ikelite.com within 15 days of purchase. Our product registration database is the best way for us to get a hold of you in the event of a product update or recall. Rubber Grip Lens Port Tray Mounts Shutter Button Single Erase Power Button Up Button Limited Warranty Movie Button This Ikelite product is warranted against any manufacturing defects for a period of two (2) years from the original date of purchase. Defective products should be returned to Ikelite postage paid. Ikelite will, at its sole discretion, repair or replace such products, and will return to customer postage paid. All other claims of any nature are not covered. Except as mentioned above, no other warranty expressed or implied applies to this Ikelite product. Quick Set/ Menu Flash/Right Button ULTRAcompact Made in USA Macro/Left Button MENU Button INFO/Down Button Playback Button Opening the Housing Closing the Housing Latch Buttons 1. Clean and lightly lubricate the housing o-ring. Use only enough lubricant to make the o-ring appear uniformly shiny. Lubricant is not a sealant. Excessive lubricant may attract debris and adversely affect the seal. 2. Rotate the housing back 180º until it meets the front. PUSH TO UNLOCK 3. Latch the housing back and press the latch towards the housing until the lock buttons click into place. 1. Thoroughly dry the housing if wet. To reduce the likelihood of fogging, only open the housing in a cool, dry place. If possible open only in an air conditioned room. 4. Check the latch. The buttons will not be depressed when the latch is properly locked. Pulling on the latch without pressing the buttons should not allow the latch to open. 2. Depress both latch buttons and rotate the latch away from the housing. Post-Dive 3. The back of the housing will be compressed by pressure after taking it underwater or in an airplane. Rotate the latch fully to break the seal of the housing. 4. Lift the latch up and away from housing. 5. Carefully open the housing back and rotate it 180º to the opposite side of the housing. Do not use metal objects or tools to pry the back open, as this may damage the o-ring or sealing surface. Installing the Camera 1. Remove any lanyard, neck strap, or accessory attached to the camera. 2. Pull out any camera control knobs until they stop. 3. Place the camera into the front of the housing with the lens centered in the lens port. 4. Make sure the camera is sitting flat in the housing and flush to the front Support Ribs. Support Ribs 1. Rinse the housing in fresh water. Rotate the housing’s controls and press each button while submerged in fresh water to flush out any salt or debris to ensure smooth operation on future dives. 2. NEVER leave your housing in the fresh water rinse tank. Collisions with other peoples’ gear can cause scratches or damage to your equipment. 3. Stow the housing in a shaded place where it is protected from impact or overheating. If no shade is available, we recommend covering the housing with a towel or cloth. 4. Check the memory card capacity and battery life of your camera and lighting. Recharge as necessary. 5. Always re-check o-ring seal after opening the housing. Travel and Storage 1. Remove the camera from the housing for travel or storage. 2. Check the main housing o-ring. 3. Close the empty housing and submerge in lukewarm fresh water. While submerged, rotate each control and depress each button to flush out any salt or debris. 4. Remove the housing from water and rinse with running water. Lens Port 5. Do not rinse the inside of the housing or submerge the open housing in water. If the inside of the housing needs to be cleaned, wipe with a clean, slightly damp cloth. 6. Dry the housing with a clean, lint-free cloth. 7. Store in a cool, dry place. 8. We recommend careful care and cleaning along with periodic factory service of the seals.