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This Equinox Pro6 mechanical underwater housing is designed for the Sony HDR-SR7 and HDR-SR8 camcorder. The corrosion-resistant housing is constructed with rugged and durable PVC material with one inch cast acrylic face plates and stainless steel hardware; it is rated to a depth of down to 250'.
Features include 5 manual controls: power/standby, record-start/stop, zoom, photo, and memory switch. The housing includes a blue water color-correcting filter, and a wide-angle lens. The housing also features the Ballast Release System. For easy travel, or if trouble occurs on a dive, simply pull the quick-release pin on the wings in order to release the wings and handle (ballast), the housing now becomes positive and shoots to the surface.
5 Mechanical Controls (standard, other controls are optional)
- Memory switch
- BRS (Ballast Release System)
- For easy travel or if trouble occurs on a dive, simply pull the quick release pin on the wings in order to release the wing and handle (ballast), the housing now becomes positive and shoots to the surface
- Light Weight, Durable & Strong
- Housing body construction is rugged, durable PVC material, with stainless steel hardware
- Rubber feet for stability even on a rocking boat
- D-ring on rear plate for easy hook up to a lanyard
- Depth Rated
- Maximum depth of up to 250'
- Easy Mounting
- One tray slide mounting system for easy removal of camera