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Now supporting port changes with the N50 port system!
Nauticam is constantly rethinking their underwater housing designs to create the absolute best user experience when shooting underwater. The NA-RX100VI underwater housing for Sony RX100 VI camera is no exception. Crafted from high quality aluminum, with controls and dials designed for great ergonomics (ease of use), this camera also features the N50 port system. This compact port system allows the shooter to change ports like a Mirrorless or DSLR camera, in order to achieve the best quality optics underwater.
The housing is depth rated to 100m, maintains a fairly small footprint making it great for traveling. All buttons are clearly labeled, it includes two fiber optic ports, a leak sensor and ability to add the optional vacuum bulkhead. Lastly the rotating housing latch is secure yet easy to use.
Read our full Sony RX100 VI review to lean more about its features and why we love it for underwater photography.
N50 Standard Port Ships with the Housing: The N50 port system allows the shooter to change the port to achieve excellent optics using various wet lenses. The RX100 VI housing ships with the standard port that allows for full zoom of the lens. This port can accept accessories such as macro lenses using the optional M67 Nauticam Flip Adapter (Nau-25107).
Super Macro with the RX100 VI: When shooting at focal lengths greater than 65mm the best possible solution for super macro magnification and quality is to use the standard N50 port and flip adapter with the Nauticam SMC-1. This lens provides sharp results and will give you the best magnification at the longer focal lengths.
Wide Angle with the RX100 VI: When you want to use a wet wide angle lens, you'll need to change to the Nauticam N50 Short Port with Bayonet (38703). This port is perfectly set up for fast changes underwater using Nauticams high quality water contact wide lens, the Nauticam WWL-1.
Should you prefer a different wide lens, such as the AOI UWL-09 or Kraken KRL-01, you'll need the original N50 Short Port (38701) which features M67 threads for you to attach your lenses.
Dual Lenses Underwater: If you want the easiest and highest quality dual lens set up for being able to switch and shoot all manner of subjects, choose the N50 Short Port with Bayonet, the Nauticam WWL-1 Wet Wide Lens and either the CMC-1 (more powerful) or CMC-2 (less powerful) for macro. The bayonet system is a secure and easy attachment, much quicker than having to screw or unscrew an M67 mount.
For other wet lenses, use the original N50 Short Port (38701) which features M67 threads for you to attach your lenses.
The housing features a built-in fiber optic flash bulkhead that is driven by the camera's pop-up flash.
The housing is also milled from a block of solid aluminum, then hard anodized. It provides strength & reliability. It is also designed to have great ergonomics for easy operation. It is also a breeze to setup and very simple to maintain.
An oversized rotary latch securely locks the housing without the risk of having an accidental opening incident.
An integrated leak detection circuity is included to provide a constant seal monitoring of your housing. You can also combine an optional M14 Vacuum Valve II in order to have a vacuum seal and to have peace of mind that your camera is sealed inside. The Vacuum Monitoring shows the integrity of the seal.
An optional HDMI Bulkhead can be connected to the M16 accessory in order to add an additional monitor. The camera offers "clean" HDMI output, allowing high bit rate Apple ProRes recording at up to 4K 30P with supported external recorders.
Every Nauticam underwater housing I've used has been excellent. This Nauticam housing for the Sony RX100 VI is no exception. It's compact, with excellent, intuitive, easy to use controls. I was able to get the hang of the camera in a few di'ves without reading any instructions or manual. All the controls were right next to the handles on the tray so I didn't even have to really move my hands to control the camera. I got the vacuum valve for the housing, making it probably the safest housing out there for the camera. The one thing I didn't like too much was I thought the trigger button was a little stiff at times, but I think this was because of the camera more than the housing. It would probably act the same on other housings. I also didn't like how I had to switch ports for wide and macro, but it's also worth the tradeoff scince the zoom on this camera is awesome! With a bluewater +7 I got some great macro shots.
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