Housing for the SONY α7 II (featuring the world’s first 5-axis in-body image stabilization in a full-frame mirrorless camera) is compatible with Optical YS Converter.[ MDX-α7 II Housing ] [Construction] Body: corrosion-resistant aluminum alloy (machined) / Grip: corrosion-resistant die-cast aluminum alloy [Depth rating] 100m / 330ft
[Dimensions (WxHxD)] 325 x 160 x 104mm / 12.8 x 6.3 x 4.1 inches
[Weight] Approx. 2,250g / 79.4oz. – Without grips: 1,860g / 65.6oz
Equipped with two fiber-optic cable sockets.
All camera functions can be used underwater.
The camera’s LCD monitor can be tilted up to 10 degrees.
Front case equipped with a lens-lock release button. This allows lenses to be
changed easily without opening the housing.
The housing has two accessory ports. One is designed for N-type (two-pin connected) strobe connector and the other is designed for HDMI output.
The port lock can be activated (lock and unlock) from outside the housing.
The camera’s lens-lock release button is accessible from the outside of the housing.
The multi-selector has been positioned on the right side of the rear case making
it easily accessible while holding the grip, just like operating the camera directly.
Equipped with two sacrificial zinc diodes (one on the front case and the other on the rear) to avoid electrolysis damage.
Sacrificial Zinc Anode (2 pieces)
The mounting screw hole is located on the centre underside of the housing.
Equipped with the Optical Viewfinder 0.5x as standard. Other optional viewfinders may be used.
Built-in leak sensor immediately alerts you to water ingress.
A depth rating of 100m / 330ft makes the housing ideal for tech diving.
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