Seacam housings are designed to fit the palm of the hand, with controls falling naturally to the fingertips. The underwater buoyancy is slightly negative; as it should be so as to avoid floating away, yet light enough to avoid fatiguing the photographer. The ergonomic design of the individual operating elements is contrived so that hands rarely need be removed from the grips, unless one-handed operation is preferred.
Seacam underwater housing for Nikon D200. SEACAM silver, sea-water resistant, aluminium light metal precision-cast, doubly hardened and hard anodised. Black fibre coating inside; all materials used are stainless steel, anodised aluminium and high-grade plastic Exterior threaded connections with helicoil insert thread. Interchangeable port system with bayonet thread connection and extended lens passage. Housing lock with 2 spring mounted and secured quick clasps. The main seal of the housing with 3.5 mm safety O-ring and all moving parts are double O-ring sealed.
Specially designed for 20 mm wide-angle lenses, this port brings extraordinary clear pictures with full image angle and practically no distortion at the edges. With its handy size of 160 mm in diameter this dome port is also suitable for shorter focal distances. 5.5 inch
Best image quality for 15, 16 mm fisheye lenses with a real angle of view of 180 on the diagonal. A precisely ground hemisphere is the prerequisite for inspiring, unique perspectives. 6 inch
Unique world-wide and unequalled for its image quality is the SEACAM SD superdome. With its 240 mm in diameter it is the largest dome port. Its superdome, ground from highly transparent optical mineral glass, captivates with tremendous picture quality and brilliance. Its excellent depth of sharpness with 18 mm lenses is as outstanding as its absolutely perfect image quality for overunder photos with 14, 15, 16 and 18 mm lenses. 9 inch
Underwater Strobe For use with the 35mm Nikonos 5 Underwater Still Camera or the Seacam D200 housing.
The Seaflash is a new generation for submersible strobe, complete with a sturdy aluminum cast housing enclosing sophisticated electronics supplied by Subtronic, one of Europe's leading electronics innovators. Power comes from Nicad batteries. Charging is accomplished in two hours or less, and a battery capacity display with LEDs lets the photographer know how much power remains. An undervoltage circuit breaker prevents total discharge, eliminating potential damage to the Nicad power source.
This Aquatica housing for the Canon 5D Mark II is machined from a solid block of aluminum that is anodized, coated with polyurethane powder paint, and then clear coated. The housing operates safely to a depth of 300' (90m).