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The ergonomic SUBAL housing design and placement of all the key controls allows easy camera operation without letting go of the grip. The camera is fitted on a special cradle, which enables a precise, fast, and more secure mounting. A 4mm O-ring and the SUBAL Quick-Lock closure system prevents accidental crushing of the O-ring and ensures maximum safety. Threaded holes at the base allow the easy attachment of a tray. The monitor window provides a glare-free and high-contrast view of the camera LCD monitor.
The NA-A7II is the newest entry in Nauticams mid-range series of underwater camera housings. The NA-A7II is an incremental improvement over the popular NA-A7 housing, and is the ultimate underwater machine for full frame mirrorless image making. This housing does not come with electrical sync connections, but still includes the option for a multitude of bulkhead options.
The NA-A7II is the newest entry in Nauticams mid-range series of underwater camera housings. The NA-A7II is an incremental improvement over the popular NA-A7 housing, and is the ultimate underwater machine for full frame mirrorless image making. This housing includes Nikonos electrical sync connections.
This Aquatica A7r II housing is designed specifically for the Sony a7R II camera, with 42mp still image and 4K video possibilities, an unequalled level of low light performance and a newly released set of high performance optics, this camera is one of, if not the best, cameras to bring underwater for imaging purpose.
Designed, engineered, and manufactured in Japan, SEA&SEA's latest mirrorless housing, the MDX-a7II for Sony Alpha a7II, is unmatched in its class. Featuring ergonomically re-designed levers, luminescent buttons, movable focus/zoom Gear, and optical YS-converter compatible, the Sea & Sea MDX-a7II housing is an excellent match for the Sony a7 II Mirrorless Camera.
With the world's first back-illuminated 35 mm full-frame CMOS image sensor with 42.4 megapixels, the Sony 7R II takes image resolution, sensitivity (up to ISO 102400) and speedy response to new heights. The Fast Hybrid AF system's dense extra-wide focal plane phase-detection AF coverage keeps a subject in sharp focus entirely throughout the frame, while 5-axis image stabilization reduces blur which otherwise tends to affect handheld shots. High resolution is further enhanced by 4K movie recording featuring full pixel readout without pixel binning.
When your subject is quickly approaching, you'll be glad to have the only housing that provides TTL support for Alpha 7 cameras. An integrated TTL circuit features model-specific encoding, which has been fine-tuned to Sony's latest flash exposure protocol. The circuit is powered by the strobe for zero maintenance and no batteries to change. Exposure compensation in TTL mode is supported using the camera's built-in control.