Housing for Sony HXR-NX3D1
Made of seawater-resistant aluminium, CNC milled out of a monoblock,
hard anodized and passivated in a special process to make it seawater-resistant.
Precision-guided on a special slide, the camcorder is introduced into the front part of the housing. Installation errors can therefore be excluded.
The large monitor lens made of optical glass affords a full view of the unfolded 3,5 inch monitor which is perfectly screened from ambient light. The viewing angle in respect of the diving plane is 15º.
The detachable lens hood avoids reflections on the glass lens. Enjoy viewing the result of your shots as soon as you have taken them.
Two quick-release locking devices are protected with safety-catches against unintentionally opening the housing.
Front glass with sunshield
Made of optical glass. It provides the full picture quality of Sony 3D lens. The lens hood avoids reflections on the glass lens, thus both lenses are optimally protected against sunlight.
UW-colour correction filter (optional)
When taking shots in blue water without lighting, an URPRO colour correction filter can be switch from outside.
Change of batteries
Without the need of removing the camcorder. It can be used for all battery sizes.
Featuring soft grips, detachable for transport.
It can be controlled at the Pushbuttons on the right side, for the following functions: Record, T-W, photo (2D mode), ON-OFF, and will be operated on the left side of the Pushbuttons, the camera menu and mechanics, the features included the button and the adjustment wheel, besides the screen can be switched (3D, left and right image).
Acoustic and optical alarm, ensures your camcorder stays in good working condition.
Stabilizing fins (optional)
To accommodate SEALUX lighting systems.
Transport case ( accessory)
The transport case weighing only 2.6 kg can hold the complete video system together with the Sealux lighting system.
Housing without grip: (W x H x L) 226 x 114 x 195 mm
Housing without camera: 3,9 Kg
Housing with camera: up force about 100 g
tested down to 70 m