GearNews – Aquatica AD850 Camera Housing

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GearNews – Aquatica AD850 Camera Housing

With a depth capability as great as 130m, the aluminium Aquatica AD850 for the Nikon D850 is suitable for expedition photography and film-making.

Newly designed spring-loaded controls ensure that this housing needs no adjustment for individual camera bodies, we’re told, so switching cameras should be a doddle. Careful placement of the controls should also make it easy to operate, even with smaller hands or when using thick gloves. A leak-detector is standard, with a vacuum-seal system one of many options that include three choices of strobe connector and a range of eye-level and angled viewfinders. Priced from £2799.

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Appeared in DIVER April 2018


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