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Nauticam NA-EOSM underwater housing for Canon EOS M release date and specs announced

Nauticam unveils NA-EOSM underwater housing for Canon EOS M

Nauticam has announced a new underwater housing. It is aimed at Canon EOS M users and will allow oceanographers to take the mirrorless camera to depths of 100 meters. The Nauticam NA-EOSM underwater housing for the Canon EOS M is scheduled to become available in the United States as of March 20, 2013.

Aquatica AD4 underwater housing for Nikon D4 officially announced with depth rating of 130 meters / 425 feet.

Aquatica announces AD4 underwater housing for Nikon D4

Aquatica is one of the oldest companies to provide underwater housings for cameras. The company continues its tradition with the launch of the AD4 underwater housing for the Nikon D4. The owners of the DSLR can now go down to depths of more than 400 feet, without fearing for the integrity of their camera.

Ikelite Nikon D5200 underwater housing has been officially announced

Ikelite releases Nikon D5200 underwater housing for oceanographers

Oceanography is not cheap. Not very practical either, if you are trying to do it with a Nikon D5200. Well, Ikelite has managed to achieve at least one thing: it released an underwater housing for Nikon’s DSLR camera. Moreover, if you consider $1,500 to be cheap, then you will agree that the company solved both problems with its accessory.

Nauticam NA-NEX6 underwater housing for Sony NEX-6 camera has been officially announced and released.

Nauticam releases NA-NEX6 underwater housing for the Sony NEX-6 camera

Nauticam has announced a new underwater housing for oceanographers. Users who want to take their Sony NEX-6 mirrorless camera underwater can perform this action thanks to the NA-NEX6 housing. The manufacturer also confirmed that the underwater housing for the NEX-6 is available as of today at select retailers.

SeaViewer's SeaDrop 950 HD camera for DiveBot

SeaViewer to supply HD cameras for F5 Robotics’ DiveBot underwater ROV

F5 Robotics has started an IndieGogo project called DiveBot. It consists of a very cheap remotely operated vehicle which can record videos under 1,000 feet of water. The ROV’s manufacturer has announced a partnership with SeaViewer, which will supply HD cameras for the underwater camcorder.

F5 Robotics' DiveBot camcorder will be able to go underwater and record HD-ready videos

Oceanography may become cheaper thanks to DiveBot underwater camcorder

A lot of people would like to record underwater videos. However, buying equipment to achieve this goal is very expensive and not everybody can afford it. F5 Innovations says it can provide the perfect solution. The company called it DiveBot and started an IndieGogo campaign to help raising funds for this underwater camcorder.


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