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AquaTech NY-7000 Surf Housing With Pistol Grip For Nikon D7000

AquaTech NY-7000 Surf Housing With Pistol Grip For Nikon D7000

AquaTech NY-7000 Surf Housing With Pistol Grip For Nikon D7000

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AquaTech NY-7000 Surf Housing With Pistol Grip For Nikon D7000

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Product Highlights

  • Polyurethane Construction
  • Stainless Steel / Aluminum Controls
  • Depth Rating: 33'
  • Pistol Grip Kit Included
  • Interchangeable Port System
  • Accepts Various Lenses
  • Ergonomic
  • Lightweight
  • Made In The USA
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The NY-7000 Surf Housing With Pistol Grip For Nikon D7000 from Aqua Tech is a durable, lightweight polyurethane underwater housing for use with the Nikon D7000 camera. It features a depth rating of 33' (10 m), and its ergonomic design hugs the camera close and gives the housing a similar feel to that of the camera itself, for comfort and ease of use. The tactile controls are constructed from stainless steel and anodized aluminum for durability and longevity. Conveniently located at your fingertips, they are easily accessible.

You'll find that installing your camera and the pistol grip is a quick, easy and painless process--providing you with a fast and reliable shutter release in-hand, without having to let go of the housing and move one of your hands to the shutter button on top.

An interchangeable port system with a myriad of compatible ports enables you to use a variety of different lenses, including fisheye and telephoto zooms. Such compatibility makes the housing great for surface photography, compared to housings engineered more for diving, which may allow for wide-angle and macro lenses exclusively.

The housing features five 316-grade stainless steel screws and helicoil inserts. The optional removable Pistol Grip 1206 (not included) is highly sensitive and direct, making it a great add-on accessory to help ensure that you don't miss any great shots. The grip's been redesigned and is now lighter and more ergonomic. Another useful optional accessory is the Pole Shutter Release (not included).

Note: Various lenses require a particular lens port

Durable, lightweight polyurethane housing with stainless steel and anodized aluminum controls. Five 316-grade stainless steel screws and helicoil inserts
Very sensitive switch ensuring shots are not missed. Includes all mounting hardware for a simple "plug and play" installation. Does not feature auto focus control. When using the pistol grip, zone focus will produce sharper, more consistent images
Accessible controls include: Shutter Release, Top Dial, Record, Video / Stills switch, Rear AF button. All tactile and conveniently located at your fingertips
Ergonomic - hugs the camera close and gives the housing a similar feel to that of the camera itself, for comfort and ease of use
In the Box
AquaTech NY-7000 Surf Housing With Pistol Grip For Nikon D7000
  • Pistol Grip Kit
  • Maintenance And Cleaning Kit
  • O-Rings (Installed In Housing)
  • O-Ring Grease
  • Instruction Booklet
  • 6-Month Limited Warranty
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    Specifications
    Construction Polyurethane
    Stainless steel and anodized aluminum controls
    5x 316-grade stainless steel screws
    Helicoil inserts
    Controls Shutter Release, Top Dial, Record, Video / Stills switch, Rear AF button
    Depth Rating 33' (10.1 m)
    Lenses Port system allows for variety of lenses, including fisheye and telephoto zooms (see "Port" above for complete list) (not included)
    Dimensions (WxHxD) Housing with back plate: 7.9 x 5 x 6.5" (20 x 12.7 x 16.5 cm)
    Weight Housing with back plate: 2.5 lb (1.15 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.4 x 13.1 x 6.2"

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