Housing for Canon EOS 7D

We have designed the precision-fit 7D housing, so as to provide full underwater camera use for your Canon 7D. Safety, ease of operation and minimal dimensions are the hallmark of the CC7D housing.
Large O-rings, double seal shafts and keys sealed even fourfold guarantee the maximum safety possible. The camera is precision-guided on a special slide and fitted inside the front part of the housing, thereby excluding fitting errors. To replace the memory card the camera remains on the slide inside the housing.

Standard functions

Display light, ISO-Flash+-, AF-drive,WB-matrix, M-Fn,front control dial, shutter release, AF-ON, AE,AF-selection, foto-video selection, start-stop video, multi-control-center, set, back control dial, mode, ON-OFF, Q-button, menue, picture style, info, play, erase, zoom, lens release.

Housing features

Made of seawater resistant aluminium, CNC milled out of a monoblock, anodized in black, in addition powder coated on the outside for an extra well resistant surface. The housing features a T-piece ( to mount a flash arm) and an M6 threat where you can fix for example a pilot lamp on top of the housing.
In the basic version, the housing comes with our LD-Viewfinder.
Ports must be ordered separately.

New: ergonomically optimized operation!

Three windows

Three windows allow you to check quickly all your settings. The window on the back for the camera monitor is made of mineral glass. Two upper display windows will show you your function selector wheel and and the top camera display.

Flash connector

The housing comes with a S6 flash socket ( C5 optional) with fixed contacts.
Optional you can order a second S6 flash socket or a C5 for Nikon compatible flashes.

Locking devices

Two spring-loaded locks with safety devices lock the housing with a high clamping force.


Featuring two T-pieces to fit flash arms. Grip mounted at the front, adjustable and detachable for transport.

Dimensions, Weight

Housing with grip:

L x W x H: 135 mm x 176 mm x 164 mm.

2,8 Kg / neutral in water, depending on port and lens used.