Inon Launches Underwater Camera Housing for Canon EOS D6
Inon has unveiled underwater camera housing, X-2, for the Canon EOS D6. It is the first camera housing by the company manufactured for full-frame DSLR cameras.
According to the company, the housing body is made from corrosion resistance aluminium alloy by ultra precise cast manufacturing technique In addition, the buttons and dial levers are not directly attached on the aluminium alloy housing body but installed via brass bearings. This helps preventing the aluminium housing body from galling caused by sliding of buttons and movement of dial levers.
Other key features include a built-in circuit that converts an electronic signal to an optical signal, 4 interchangeable view finders (finder window, pick-up finder, 45° viewfinder and straight viewfinder) and an MRS port system.
The camera housing supports lens systems such as EF50mm f2.5 Compact Macro, EF100mm f2.8L Macro IS USM, EF8–15mm f4L Fisheye USM (for both circular and rectilinear fish-eye imaging) and EF16–35mm f2.8L II USM (for ultra wide imaging).
The camera housing will be available from 4 August 2015, on a built-to-order basis. The company has not announced the price.Tags: Underwater camera housing, Inon X-2, Canon EOS D6