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Equinox Underwater Housing for Canon T3i DSLR Camera and EF 24-70mm f/2.8L Lens

B&H # EQT31 Mfr # T3I
No Longer Available
Product Highlights
  • Depth Rating: 250'
  • Mechanical Controls
  • Access to All Essential Camera Functions
  • Thermal-Based Polyvinyl Carbonate
  • 4" Dome-Shaped Lens Port
  • Ballast Release System
  • External Color-Correction Filter

This Underwater Housing from Equinox is a waterproof case for the Canon T3i DSLR Camera. It features a 4" dome-shaped lens port for an attached EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM Zoom lens. The housing has a depth rating of 250'. It provides access to all essential camera functions via the following manual, mechanical controls: shutter, menu, select & scroll, start/stop video recording, mode, manual focus, auto focus, manual zoom, ISO and white balance. Additionally, benefit from a full view of your DSLR's monitor. The camera's built-in flash may be used to trigger external slave strobes.

The housing is constructed from durable, thermal-based polyvinyl carbonate. The Ballast Release System (BRS) allows for easy travel and fast transport to the surface. Simply pull on the quick release pin on one of the wings and the wing and ballast/handle are both released; the housing now becomes positive in buoyancy and shoots to the surface. Regularly, the housing has near-neutral buoyancy, thanks to an internal 2-lb half-moon weight. As an added bonus, an external color-correction filter is included to help restore hues that get absorbed underwater.

Depth Rating
Can be used at a maximum depth of 250'
Controls
Provides access to all essential camera functions via the following manual, mechanical controls: shutter, menu, select & scroll, start/stop video recording, mode, manual focus, auto focus, manual zoom, ISO and white balance. Additionally, benefit from a full view of your DSLR's monitor
Construction
Made from durable, thermal-based polyvinyl carbonate
Buoyancy
Regularly near-neutral with internal 2-lb half-moon weight. Positive when Ballast Release System engaged
Lens Port
Included port accommodates EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM Zoom lens, which is available separately
Color Correction Filters
An external color-correction filter is included to help restore hues that get absorbed underwater
External Lighting Connection
The camera's built-in flash may be used to trigger optional external slave strobes
Use and Handling
The Ballast Release System (BRS) allows for easy travel and fast transport to the surface. Simply pull on the quick release pin on one of the wings and the wing and ballast/handle are both released; the housing now becomes positive in buoyancy and shoots to the surface
Depth Rating 250' (76.2 m)
Control Type Mechanical
Controls Provide access to all essential camera functions: shutter, menu, select & scroll, start/stop video recording, mode, manual focus, auto focus, manual zoom, ISO and white balance
Construction Thermal-based polyvinyl carbonate
Lens Port 4" (10.2 cm) dome-shaped port included
Color Correction Filter External color filter supplied
Buoyancy Regularly near-neutral
Positive when Ballast Release System engaged
Internal Flash Usable Yes
External Flash Connector Camera's built-in flash may be used to trigger external slave strobes (sold separately)
Dimensions Approx. 5.0 x 6.0" (12.7 x 15.2 cm)
Weight Approx. 6.0 lb (2.7 kg) out of water
Equinox Underwater Housing for Canon T3i DSLR Camera and EF 24-70mm f/2.8L Lens
  • 4" Dome-Shaped Lens Port
  • Rear Faceplate
  • External Color Filter
  • 2 x Wings
  • 2 x Handles
  • Lead Ballast Pre-Mounted in Housing
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
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