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Nauticam has trail-blazed the path in mirrorless housings and is pleased to announce an exceptional housing for the best mirrorless camera to date, the Olympus OM-D E-M1. While this housing incorporates some of the best features of the Nauticam housing for the E-M5, the NA-EM1 is a new design, pushing the boundary further towards the ideal human-machine interface.
Nauticam has released details of their new housing for the Sony A7 and A7R cameras. The NA-7 has a switch that allows the user to choose either LCD or EVF and a Nikonos 5 pin bulkhead. Perhaps most interestingly, Nauticam are producing a Nikonos adaptor, allowing the use of the Sea & Sea 12mm fisheye or Nikonos 15mm lenses.
The NA-A5000 is the product of continued refinement of the Nauticam mirrorless camera housings. A5000 is the great grandchild of the Sony NEX-5, which was the first mirrorless camera supported by Nauticam, and the first successful interchangeable lens mirrorless camera system for underwater. Nauticam is well known for it’s innovative and ergonomic housing designs, and those traits are fully evident in the NA-A5000.
This new housing sports many of the cutting edge features Nauticam introduced on the NA-D4 and NA-D800 in a smaller, lighter, and less expensive package. The award winning ergonomics of previous housings have been retained with subtle refinements and D600 specific details engineered for maximum performance in the undersea environment.
The NA-NINJA2 underwater housing for the Atomos Ninja-2 HDMI video production recorder/monitor. The NA-NINJA2 housing provides access to the key recording controls of the Ninja's touchscreen interface, allowing video recording data rates that can significantly exceed the rate affordable by typical SD or CF card recorder in SLRs. The Ninja-2 is a touchscreen-operated HD recorder, monitor and playback device.
The NA-D7100, designed specifically for the Nikon D7100, builds on the heritage and success of Nauticam housings for Nikon D7000, D600 and D800, with all of the features introduced with these housings. The D7100 is a significant upgrade to the very popular D7000, making it Nikon’s best DX format camera and is an ideal camera for the serious enthusiast to the seasoned professional underwater photographer.
Nauticam pioneered numerous engineering breakthroughs in previous housings that now come standard on the NA-6D. This new housing even borrows a control from it’s Nikon brethren - the patent pending Multi Controller Pad that is located within easy reach of the right thumb. No other housing manufacturer comes close to achieving this kind of ergonomic access to these critical controls.
Nauticam announces the release of the NA-70D, the latest in its acclaimed line of precision crafted underwater camera housings. Nauticam pioneered numerous engineering breakthroughs in previous housings that now come standard on the NA-70D. Like the NA-6D, this new housing borrows a control from it's Nikon brethren - the patent pending Multi Controller Pad that is located within easy reach of the right thumb.
Building on the phenomenal success of the Nauticam RX100 housing, the NA-RX100II once again provides professional quality engineering to the compact camera underwater world. The NA-RX100II represents a compact camera enthusiasts dream system, but also provides an easy to use and instantly rewarding experience for people just starting to explore underwater imaging.
The NA-5DMKIII underwater housing custom built for Canon 5D Mark III is a refinement of the acclaimed design used in NA-7D for Canon 7D. With relocated command dials and piano keys found on NA-7D, Nauticam has built upon these advancements with many innovative features taken from more recent Nauticam housings.
With the release of the NA-D800 Nauticam, the international leader in innovative underwater housing technology, breaks new ground in ergonomic functions, extensive control options and ease of operation while upholding the robust quality standards that have become a hallmark of the Nauticam brand. There are numerous significant advancements on this housing.
The Nikon V1 is Nikon's first mirrorless interchangable lens camera, and positions itself to compete well with the existing mirrorless cameras, with quicker focusing and quicker shooting. The NA-V1 features the type of innovations people have come to expect from Nauticam, including a clever switch to make using both the EVF and the LCD possible.
Nauticam is pleased to introduce the NA-GX7 aluminum camera housing for the Panasonic GX7 mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. Nauticam is the dominant manufacturer of professional grade aluminum underwater housings for mirrorless cameras and the NA-GX7 will be the clear choice for shooters of this versatile new Panasonic.
The new 45° Viewfinder from Nauticam has the same great build quality and materials of the existing 180° straight viewfinder. It's 45° angle puts you in a comfortable position for precise focusing and artistic composition and by pivoting through 360° against the housing allows different viewing angles. Both viewfinders feature an external knob for hassle-free dioptor adjustment even when you are underwater.
Our DSLR System Builder allows you to choose your selected Nauticam housing, and then your lens selection will provide you with the correct Ports, Port bases, Extension Rings and Zoom/Focus Gear options for each lens. After submitting your enquiry, we will promptly respond with a tailor-made quote for your system. Also remember that Nauticam has port adapters for all the popular brands of ports.
Nauticam is pleased to introduce a breakthrough in underwater macro photography lens design providing higher magnification than competing systems with unprecedented image quality. The Nauticam Super Macro Converter (SMC) is the first underwater macro conversion lens that is fully optimized for in water use. This unique and innovative lens will change the way that underwater macro photography is done.