Marelux Nikon Z8 Underwater Housing
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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.
The Marelux Nikon Z8 comes with a specially designed camera base plate which helps dissipate heat to assist with longer recording times.
Find out what we think of Marelux Underwater Housings.
Housing Dual 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.
Flash Trigger (Optional)
The flash trigger converts the electronic signal from your camera into a light signal which triggers your strobe. The flash trigger also has a very long battery life - 10,000 triggers with the (2) CR2032 batteries
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.
Additional Information on Marelux Ports
We took the Nikon Z8 for a trip to Cozumel where we gained some valuable insights, and based on this we have put together in in-depth review of the Nikon Z8 underwater, as well as the best underwater settings for the Nikon Z8.
Some sample underwater images taken with the Nikon Z8 in Cozumel
Nikon Z8 Sample underwater footage from the Caribbean