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Isotta is known for their high quality, anodized aluminum housings and their Isotta Sony A7R IV Underwater Housing is certainly no exception. We love the Isotta A7R IV housing because it is one of the most light-weight and compact underwater housings for the A7R IV on the market. The built-in, curved handles are suprisingly ergonomic, very comfortable, and adjustable. And of course, we love the flashy red color that is characteristic of Isotta housings. You won't lose this housing in the sea of black that is usually characteristic of underwater photography equipment. If you want a cutting-edge, high-end, and unique tool to take your A7R IV underwater, then this is the one.
The underwater housing is small & compact in size, has excellent ergonomics and is very durable. It features a unique way to open the housing with its single-hand locking system. In addition, it uses a double o-ring seal design to ensure the integrity of the housings seal.
The Isotta A7R IV housing has easy access to all key/main camera controls, even with gloves on, by means of the clearly labeled lasered long-life buttons. The back door of the housing has a large glass window, allowing you to easily view the LCD screen while shooting, as well as a viewfinder display depending on your desired shooting technique. The back door is fully removable from the housing to allow the camera to fit more easily inside the housing.
One Hand Open/Close
The housings can be easily be opened and closed using Isotta's innovative single-hand locking system. The single latch closing mechanism makes it unique and very effortless to operate yet secure with its double steel pins design at the bottom of the housing.
Double O-Ring Seal
The Isotta Sony A7R IV Underwater Housing utilizes the double o-ring seal design to ensure that the camera is always safe and dry inside the camera. It is always good to have a redundant o-ring on your seal to make sure that everything will be a-ok while underwater.
A pair of comfortable and ergonomically designed handles is included with the housing. Various accessories are available that can be directly fitted on the handles to make your shooting experience great.
The housing is equipped with two(2) M16 and one M24 bulkheads for various accessories such as monitors, vacuum valve and electronic sync cords for strobes.
The housing has been well designed, ergonomics is excellent. Buttons, levers and dials placement has been well thought off. It is readily available at your fingertips. Operation is also a breeze even while wearing thick gloves.
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