The Seatool SR11/SRI 2 underwater housing for the Sony HDV Handycam HDR-SR11 /SRI 2 is one of the smallest, lightest underwater video housings ever produced.
At just 1.5kg it's small and light enough to hand carry on aircraft and because the housing body conforms so closely to the camera, the housing attains nearly neutral buoyancy (slightly negative) for effortless handling underwater.
The housing utilizes a flip out mirror & led reversing circuit, allowing the user to take advantage of the camera's LCD Screen for composition. Optional 3" external monitor now available.
Ikelite Canon 5D Mark II housing
This heavy-duty clear polycarbonate case is contoured to the camera, durable, and completely corrosion free. Unlike aluminum housings there is a clear view of the main o-ring seal, port o-ring seal and camera controls.
The housing is depth rated to 200 feet (60m) and is only slightly negative in salt water depending on choice of lens port.
Controls are provided through the housing for every camera function except the multi-controller and kept watertight with Ikelite pioneered Quad-Ring seal glands —proven to be the most reliable method of sealing controls. A large zoom control knob can be comfortably reached without removing your hand from the handle.
A full range of optical grade dome and flat ports accommodate most macro, wide angle and zoom lenses. Lens ports are sold separately.
The Super-Eye magnifier comes standard and offers enhanced visibility of the camera's viewfinder while wearing a diving mask. The camera's large LCD screen can be clearly viewed through the back of the housing. The live preview feature of the Canon 5D Mark II model is accessible for framing your photos using the camera's LCD screen.
We feel that TTL exposure is so important in underwater photography that we include TTL conversion circuitry in every Ikelite digital SLR housing. The Canon eTTL2 conversion circuitry in the housing works perfectly with all current model Ikelite DS Substrobes.
Subal ND90 for Nikon D90
The Subal ND90 housing is machined from solid aluminium and retained with Subal's well established QuickLock latches.
There are controls for On-Off/Display illumination, Shutter, Zoom (man. Focus), Front and Rear Main Dial, Hash Exposure Compensation/Flash mode, Mode, Lens Release, Focus Mode (AF-M), AF-Lock and there are Push buttons for Exposure Compensation, Metering Mode, AF, Delete, Playback, Menu, White Balance/Protect, ISO/Zoom out/Thumbnail view, Quality/Zoom in, Live View, OK, Info, 4-way controller.
Viewfinder options include standard, In Line GS180 or the 45° swivel WS45. The housing is rated to 70 metres.
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Subal NDBO Housing for Nikon DB00 with GS Magnifying or 45° viewfinder
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Dive Rite LED LUX Canister Light
Burn time increased to six hours!
Over the past two years, LED technology has been advancing rapidly The LED LUX is one of the brightest, most durable lights on the market with absolutely no trade-off in burn time.
Typically, brighter means less burn time, but not so with the LED LUX. Touting a new, compact light-head, the LED LUX has an astounding number of lumens (almost 1000), yet has a six-hour burn time.
Ten thousand hours of bulb life and the robust nature of LEDs means the LUX continues to offer a high-output, tough unit that is ideal as a primary light, especially for divers who travel and need a durable light.
Operational to a depth of 152m the LED LUX has a PVC canister that is indestructible, even under extreme pressures. The canister lid houses the 'on/off' switch inside a switch guard to prevent accidentally turning the light on or off.
A compression o-ring seal keeps water from entering the canister and locking latches prevent unintentional opening of the lid. Includes charger and comes packed inside a protective case.
Note: The LED LUX is not designed for use on land.
Suggested Retail Price is £712.83.
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important reasons to make Reef Photo and Video your choice for underwater photo and video
Everyone on our friendly staff is an underwater photographer. We use the gear that we sell, and we keep up with the latest imaging products for both underwater and topside.
U/W photography is our only business
We're not a dive shop and we're more than a camera store. We concentrate all of our energy on the constantly changing world of underwater imaging.
Our huge inventory from over 58 manufacturers means that we probably have what you need in stock. Orders for in-stock items placed by 4pm EST ship the same day!
Our in-house technicians are experts in repair and service of your equipment. In addition, our custom shop can fabricate those 'outside-the-box' parts that you may require.
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Epoque ERX-C1010 for Canon Canon Rebel XS/EOS 1010
The camera is fast, easy to use and delivers perfect photos. It features a 10.1-megapixel CMOS Sensor, Canon DIGIC III processor, a bright 2.5-inch LCD monitor, and Live-View Function, in a compact design.
The Epoque ERX-C1010 housing will operate most of the cameras functions underwater. There are five interchangeable ports available for using the most popular lenses. A Zoom-port, two Macro-ports for the EF 50mm and EF 100mm macro lenses and two Dome-ports for wide angle and fisheye lenses, will be available for capturing every type of underwater subject and scene.
Fantasea LED 360 light
The Fantasea LED 360 light is made of polycarbonate and features 36 LED chips.
It uses 4 x AA batteries and burns up to 30 hours per set of batteries. An emergency flasher system is incorporated.
The Fantasea LED 360 light automatically shuts off for a second when flash fires and is waterproof to 40 metres/130 feet.
The package includes a mounting ring and stainless steel wing nut for easy attachment to a strobe arm or lens port bracket.
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