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Nauticam NA-GX85 Housing Panasonic GX85/GX80/GX7 MARK II


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    Nauticam continues its excellence with making the leading compact housings in the market. The GX80 / GX85 / GX7 Mark II is Panasonic latest M4/3 camera with the highest pixel count yet. The housing is very compact, looks similar to Nauticam's compact series and more travel friendly than the larger Olympus mirrorless housings.

    The pioneering features of the earlier Nauticam housings are apparent with the simple but secure rotating housing latch and superb progressive shutter release providing optimal "feel". The NA-GX85 also sports some of Nauticamメs latest technology with the port locking latch that replicates the famous Nauticam DSLR port latch - making housing port changes easier than ever.

    Key Features:
    - Integrated vacuum monitoring and leak detection
    - Compact design, advanced features 
    - Rubberized zoom/focus knob
    - Shutter release extensions
    - Stainless steel handle brackets
    - Extensive accessory lineup

    Technical Specifications:
    - Weight: 1.17kg
    - Dimensions: 206mm  x 154mm x 99mm 
    - Depth Rating: 100m
    - Port Opening: N85



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