Nauticam's new NA-550D housing for the Canon Rebel T2i is a rugged yet innovative housing that simplifies operation while maximizing shooting potential. The housing body is constructed of anodized aluminum alloy, with an abrasion resistant polycarbonate display window and rubber grips. All controls are large enough for operation when wearing gloves, and the handle position allows you to easily access and operate all of the key shooting controls while maintaining a two-hand grip. Plus it's compact and lightweight making it perfect for travel.
60:Second ScubaLab: Nauticam NA-550D
Nauticam’s experience building professional-grade aluminum housings for the compact digital camera market shows with its NAS110. Every button, every control, is clearly labeled and easy to access—even with gloves on. Front and Rear command dials can be reached with forefinger and thumb without ever releasing the grip. With the NA-110 underwater photographers can take full advantage of all S-110 features in a rugged, easy to operate system.
Check out the ScubaLab gear review for the Nauticam NA-RX100 Housing made especially for the Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-RX100.
Nauticam’s NA-D800 housing for Nikon’s D800 camera is made of hard-anodized aluminum alloy with stainless hardware, scratch-resistant acrylic windows and over-molded non-slip handles. Offering complete access to all key camera controls, it comes with a locking port release lever, a locking latch system and a front lens release button for easy lens changes. The housing is fiber-optic ready, and includes four mounts for strobes or accessories.
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