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f. Nikon D-50
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Ikelite 6805.1
f. Nikon D-50
€ 1,450.00
iTTL Housing without port $1,400

#6805.1 Nikon D-50
#6807.1 Nikon D-70, D-70s

The clear molded dSLR is a compact housing system at a very realistic price that operates safely to 200 feet depth, features full camera capabilities, and includes conversion circuitry that provides iTTL compatibility for current model Ikelite DS digital SubStrobes. See strobe requirements by serial number.

The iTTL conversion circuitry provides four 1/3 f/stop increments over or under flash compensation that is added to or subtracted from any compensation entered into the camera, or eight manual power settings in half-stop increments are available by simply pushing a button.

The Auto Exposure / Focus Lock is placed where it can be held while taking a photo. Control for the AF/M switch on front of body and the lens release button is provided.

All ports from our SLR systems can be utilized, allowing use of most macro, wide angle, and zoom lenses. This system allows you to see that the port is sealed.

The housing "O" ring seal is a masterpiece in fail-safe simplicity compared to designs that require stuffing the "O" ring into a groove. You can see that the "O" ring is sealed.

The heavy duty thick wall housing is molded of corrosion free clear polycarbonate. The Release Handle system allows easy attachment and removal of SubStrobe mounting arms at the touch of a button. Two screws remove the handle and tray assembly for traveling.

The housing size and weight provides neutral buoyancy and superb handling underwater. Camera installation is quick and simple. The dependable controls are conveniently placed at your fingertips, and kept water tight with Ikelite pioneered Quad-Ring seal glands proven to be the most reliable method for sealing controls.

The Ikelite Super-Eye magnifier provided with the housing offers enhanced viewing while wearing a diving mask. See the buttons at bottom of this page for recommended strobes, port availability, and updating of old housings.




This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 24 January, 2007.

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