Fantasea Line BigEye Lens M67 Mark II

BH #FABELM67 • MFR #5138
Fantasea Line
Fantasea Line BigEye Lens M67 Mark II
Key Features
  • Depth Rated 160'
  • Corrects Underwater Size Distortion
  • Fits Housings with 67mm Threads
Get close to your subject while preserving your camera's full field of view with this Fantasea Line BigEye Lens M67 Mark II. The lens has a 67mm thread and is attached to the front of your underwater camera housing; it can be installed and removed during the course of the dive.
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$219.95

Fantasea Line BigEye Lens M67 Mark II

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Fantasea Line BigEye Overview

Get close to your subject while preserving your camera's full field of view with this Fantasea Line BigEye Lens M67 Mark II. The lens has a 67mm thread and is attached to the front of your underwater camera housing; it can be installed and removed during the course of the dive.

The BigEye's proprietary design compensates for the narrower field of view that comes with underwater photography, so you can stay close to your subject while still capturing the full image. It's especially well-suited to shooting seascape, divers, ship wrecks, and schools of fish without moving further away from the subject. The BigEye Lens M67 Mark II features a multilayered antireflection coating on both sides, which significantly reduces lens flare. It can be mounted on 67mm threaded lens ports directly or on other lens ports by using adapters.

Hard-coated plastic dome and anodized aluminum frame
Fits housings with 67mm threaded ports
Field of view recovery is 100%, 0.75x magnification
Depth rated to 160'
UPC: 665309051384

Fantasea Line BigEye Specs

Threaded Mount67 mm
DepthRated to 160 / 50 m
Magnification0.75x
Dimensions4.6 x 1.2" / 11.8 x 3.2 cm
WeightOn Land: 7.1 oz / 203 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.675 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.95 x 4.9 x 2.45"
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