Capture 4K UHD video over, under, or near the water's surface with your Blackmagic URSA Mini 4K, Mini 4.6K, or Mini Pro 4.6K Cinema Camera in Ewa-Marine's A-BM2 Underwater Housing. This enclosure has a depth rating of 32.8', and uses a corrosion-resistant clamping rail seal to keep your valuable investment safe and dry. Easy access to all camera controls is provided right through the clear, durable, double-laminated PVC body.
The housing has an integrated, optically neutral, flat glass lens port. A supplied 82mm adapter ring mounts onto your lens, fixing the front element to the interior of the port to hold it securely in place. Additionally, 77-82mm and 72-77mm step-up rings are included for lenses with smaller filter thread diameters.
- Depth rating: 32.8'
- Corrosion-resistant clamping rail seal with screw knobs for tightening
- Double-laminated PVC body allows you to monitor the waterproof seal and maintain a full view of the camera and lens
- Two adjustable straps enable easy carrying by hand or over the shoulder
- Easy access to all camera controls is provided right through the housing's thin, flexible body
- Clear pouch at the top gives you a full view of the Blackmagic Video Assist 5" monitor or 4K 7" high-resolution monitor
- Side flap folds out to provide a full view of the camera's side monitor
- Integrated, optically neutral, flat glass port
- Accommodates lenses with a maximum length of 5.9" / 150mm and a maximum diameter of 3.9" / 100mm
- Supplied CA-82 adapter mounts onto lenses with 82mm filter threads, in order to fix the front elements to the interior of the port and hold the lenses securely in place
- Included RA77-82 and RA72-77 step-up rings can be added to adapt lenses with different filter thread sizes for use with the CA-82 adapter
- Lenses with thread diameters greater than 82mm cannot be used in the standard version of this housing, and will require a custom-made enclosure with a larger port
- Handy nylon carrying case
- Enough foam padding to take up any empty space when shooting above the surface. Underwater, the pressure will compress the housing and eliminate excess space