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The Nikon D7100 is the new flagship crop sensor camera from Nikon. This will be a top choice among underwater photography enthusiast. The Nikon D7100 sets the bar for crop sensor cameras and the Nauticam housing is the perfect compliment. Nauticams attention to detail when designing their housing will definitely make this a top choice among d7100 users.
The newer Nikon D7200 brings two important upgrade for the underwater photographer. First is the upgraded auto focus system with 51 AF points with more sensativity. Secondly they've upped the camera's buffer which allows for more shots in a row, important when trying to catch those fast moving fish.
The acclaimed patented Nauticam Locking Port Release is incorporated into the NA-D7100 housing. Lens ports are inserted straight into the port mount, eliminating the twisting or threading actions that can extrude dry o-rings. Once seated, the large red port lock lever is engaged, securely locking the port in place. To remove a lens port, the silver unlock button is pressed, the port lever rotated to the outboard position, and the port is pulled straight out of the housing.
Nauticam also features the industry’s only locking extension ring system as standard equipment, securely fixing large dome ports even when mounted with an extension ring.
The Nauticam NA-D7100 underwater housing is compatible with the same accessories as all Nauticam housings, allowing use of an extensive line of lenses, ports, port adapters, lens gears, and viewfinders.
Nauticam uses a sophisticated over-mold process to produce extremely comfortable and secure rubberized ergonomic handgrips. Handles are available in two sizes to accommodate customers with different size hands, and spacers are available with the housing for cold-water divers.
Contact Bluewater Photo owner Scott Gietler at firstname.lastname@example.org for a personal consultation regarding the best lenses to use with this housing. Find out if the Tokina 10-17mm fisheye is right for you, whether the 60mm or 105mm macro lens will suit your needs more, and which wide-angle zooms work the best. Scott is a long-time Nikon shooter who has done a large number of lens tests both above and below the water.
Whale Shark, Sea of Cortez, Nikon D7200 + Tokina 10-17mm fisheye lens
Male Pikeblenny, NIkon D7200 + 105mm macro lens, Sea of Cortez
Kelp forest, taken with the Nikon D7100, Tokina 10-17mm fisheye lens by Scott Gietler.
The Nikon D7100 can take incredible underwater macro photos
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