Marelux Canon EOS R10 Underwater Housing
Marelux housing is built from high grade aluminum alloy which provides durabily and can withstand even the toughest beating. Ergonomics is also top-notch, all camera controls are readily availabel at your fingertips and maintain a small footprint which makes it great to travel with. Buttons are clearly labeled. It is very easy as well to assemble and installing the camera to the housing is a breeze with its quick release plate. It also has a depth rating of 100m. Find out what we think of Marelux Underwater Housings.
Housing Locking System
The dual locking sytem design provides security and minimal effort to lock your housing. In addition, it has a special feature which prevents accidental unlocking but still very easy to open if you need to change your battery or memory card.
Port Locking Design
Secures your port and port extensions in place with one simple click with its built-in locking system.
The housing comes with a quick release camera plate which makes camera installation a breeze. Also, the plate locks in place to the housing and can be easily be installed and removed. Once in place, the camera is secure to the housing.
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Canon EOS R10 in Review: Test Images & Video Review
The Canon EOS R10 may be one of the greatest cameras available for new photographers. It's an inexpensive entry point into the EOS R system for new converts and a delightful second camera for established Canon enthusiasts thanks to its cutting-edge focusing capabilities and superb handling. However, serious wildlife or adventure photographers should upgrade to the EOS R7. The Digic X processor, which enables the newest focusing technology and some outstanding burst-shooting rates for its price, is the secret to the Canon EOS R10's attractiveness. The Canon EOS R10 delivers up to 15 fps in mechanical shutter mode, and in electronic mode, it can hit 23 fps, just 7 fps shy of its pricier Canon EOS R7. For video enthusiasts, You receive cropped footage at 60 fps that is less sharp but still useable, along with sharp, downsampled 4K at 30 fps or less. It can shoot at 120 fps at 1080p if you want it to be really slow, but the footage is obviously still softer.
The Canon RF-S 18-45mm kit lens does a great job of bringing out details in subjects - especially during fish portraits. Captured with the Canon R10. f/13, 1/100, ISO 250
This shrimp was captured with the Canon R10 and the Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 macro lens. Autofocus tracking helped me lock onto the shrimps eye in moving water.
Taken with the Canon R10, Tokina 10-17mm fisheye, and dual Ikelite DS 230 strobes. f/14, 1/125, ISO 250