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The underwater case for the E-330 is the Olympus PT-E02. This underwater case is water tight up to a depth of 60 meters and is made of a long-lasting, high-quality polycarbonate. This construction protects the Olympus E-330 digital SLR camera not just against water, but also against unexpected jolts. A double o-ring is used to close the Olympus PT-E02 underwater case, and this greatly reduces the risk of leakage.

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Olympus PT-E02 Underwater Housing Review

Reader Score: 8.50 (out of 10)
Review: "The underwater case for the E-330 is the Olympus PT-E02. This underwater case is water tight up to a depth of 60 meters and is made of a long-lasting, high-quality polycarbonate. This construction protects the Olympus E-330 digital SLR camera not just against water, but also against unexpected jolts. A double o-ring is used to close the Olympus PT-E02 underwater case, and this greatly reduces the risk of leakage.

The buttons on the Olympus PTE02 underwater case work well. Each button on the camera can also be operated on the underwater case. To operate the menu, you use buttons of various lengths and this is extremely handy under water. It enables you to find the right button for changing settings quickly by touch. To change shutter speed, you use a big dial that operates the command dial on the camera. It is a pity that if you are photographing in the manual setting that the aperture must also be adjusted and that two buttons have to be operated at once."

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