Nikon Z6 II / Z7 II - NA-17227

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      4.337,00 EUR
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    • NA-17227
    • 02.01.2022
  • The Z 7II and Z 6II, Nikon's next generation full-frame mirrorless cameras, offer underwater shooters the same legendary Nikon sensors with improved autofocus and continuous shooting speed performance. The NA-Z7II supports both the Z 7II and Z 6II models and features the larger-bore M28 bulkhead that supports HDMI 2.0 connections needed for the Atomos Ninja V Recorder/Monitor.

    Technical Specifications
    Dimensions     360mm(W) x 200mm(H) x 160mm(D)
    Weight In Air     3.1kg
    Weight In Water     negative 0.07kg (with camera and battery)
    Depth Rating     100m
    Port System     N120

    The Nauticam NA-Z7II Underwater Housing

    The NA-Z7II underwater housing follows suit with Nauticam's drive for innovation. Both the Nikon Z 6II and Z 7II present shooters with the ability to use both the available legacy F Mount lenses via the FTZ adapter in addition to their native Z Mount optics.  To support both the legacy and native lenses, Nauticam has integrated the NA-Z7II into the N120 port system.  This is critical as the new Z mount lenses are being phased in over the next few years. The Nauticam NA-Z7II housing features two lens release buttons that correspond to either F or Z mount lenses. When switching between F and Z mount lenses, the camera must be removed from the housing to remove the adapter. When working within either the F or Z mount system use the appropriate lens release button to switch lenses without having to remove the camera from the housing. A vacuum system reset switch is located below the tray as well so there is no need to open the rear of the housing during lens or port changes.

    The NA-Z7II is part of the N120 port system which allows for full support of Nikon F mount lenses with the same ports needed for their application on Nikon SLR housings. As more Z mount lenses become available Nauticam will add supported configurations.
    Intelligent Control Placement

    Nauticam engineers are obsessed with functionality and this is evident in the location of essential controls. Regardless of where the control is located on the camera, the Nauticam housing puts them where you need them to be underwater. For those switching between photo and video modes, an easily reachable switch is located on the right rear of the housing. The right side double thumb lever, easily reached from the right handle features access to the AF-on and Record buttons respectively. Between the double thumb lever and the multi-stage shutter release is an ISO lever allowing quick changes to sensitivity.

    The left double thumb lever accesses the DISP and Playback controls. The Zoom In and Zoom Out controls, located on the right rear of the camera body is relocated to the left side of the housing to a location more familiar to Nauticam housing users.

    The switch that allows for switching between the LCD display and the EVF, a crucial and much used control with mirrorless systems is located close to the left handle within easy reach.

    Front and rear control dials are readily accessible by the familiar large knurled dials at the right handle. The ergonomic housing handles are rubberized and feature stainless steel stiffening brackets to ensure a stable platform when using large strobes or video lights attached to the pre-installed 1" mounting balls.
    Flash Triggering

    The NA-Z7II comes with Nauticam's self powered manual flash trigger preinstalled. The flash trigger plugs into the hot-shoe of the camera and uses LED lights recessed into each of the two optical bulkheads to trigger supported underwater flashes when used with the correct fiber optic connection. The flash trigger is powered by coin cell batteries that provide thousands of flashes per battery. The flash trigger can be upgraded to support TTL triggering (PN 26308 TTL Converter for Nikon).
    Integrated Vacuum Check and Leak Detection System

    The Nauticam vacuum check and leak detection system is shipped with NA-Z7II as standard equipment. Combined with an accessory M16 vacuum valve (PN 25625), this monitoring system provides constant updates on the water tight and safe-to-dive status of the housing. A simple color coded LED lighting system lets the user know that the vacuum is solid, or that the housing is losing vacuum. Leak detection is built into the same circuit, so if there is water intrusion, an audible and visual indication will occur. The Nauticam system is temperature compensated, eliminating false alarms caused by a change in outside temperature, or from a camera heating up on an action packed dive.

    Premium Professional Optics

    Optical performance is just as necessary as camera performance and this becomes even more critical given the challenges of filming underwater. The Nauticam NA-Z7II uses the same N120 Port System as the previous NA-Z7 which makes for a seamless transition for those upgrading to the "II." While this system provides exceptional optical-glass and flat port solutions for a wide variety of F and Z Mount lenses, the real power of the Z 6II and Z 7II can be realized using Nauticam's Water Contact Optics. This lineup of dry and wet lenses are conceived using commercial lens-design software to achieve truly unparalleled underwater image quality both for stills and video in both macro and wide-angle situations. The WACP-1 and WACP-2 achieve ultra-wide 130º fields-of-view with reduced distortion over conventional optics while featuring ~0" minimum focus distances, zoom through capabilities and unbeatable corner sharpness at even wide-open apertures such as F5.6. The SMC-1 and SMC-2 macro wet-optics, when used with the Nikon 105mm f/2.8G VR macro lens provide 2x and 4x magnification respectively and the SMC-1 actually provides a resulting image with increased contrast and sharpness than the 105mm lens itself can achieve in air without a magnifier.

    What's In The Box:

        Nauticam NA-Z7II Housing
        90122 Housing O-ring, lubricant and removal tool
        CR2032 Battery (for vacuum system)
        Padded Travel Case
        Allen Wrench Set

    Recommended Accessories:

        25625 M16 Vacuum Valve II (Pushbutton Release)
        32201 Nauticam 180 straight viewfinder
        32203 Nauticam 45 viewfinder
        26308 TTL Converter for Nikon
        26216 Universal Fiber Optic Cable
        85201 0.36x Wide Angle Conversion Port with Aluminum Float Collar (incl. N120 to N100 port adaptor)
        86201 Macro to Wide Angle Lens 1 (MWL-1) 150 deg. FOV with full frame 60mm macro lens
        26074 M14 Nikonos 5-pin Bulkhead with Micro Connector for Nikon TTL Converter
        26075 M14 Ikelite Style Bulkhead with Micro Connector for Nikon TTL Converter

    HDMI Recommended Configurations

    For HDMI 2.0 Cable System

        25089 M28 adaptor for HDMI 2.0 Cable
        25085 M28C1R200-M28A1R170 HDMI 2.0 Cable for NA-Z7V/Z7II and NA-Ninja V
        17922 Nauticam Atomos Ninja V Housing for Atomos Ninja V 5” 4Kp60 4:2:2 10-bit Reorder/Monitor/Player (excl. HDMI 2.0 cable)

    For HDMI 1.4 Cable System

        25033 Standard HDMI Cable with M16 Thread
        25080 M28-M16 Step Down Adaptor
        25036 HDMI (D-C) cable in 190mm length
        17906 NA-502H Housing for SmallHD 502 Monitor
        17920 NA-502B-H Housing for SmallHD 502 Bright Monitor
        17923 NA-Shinobi-H Housing for Atomos Shinobi 5.2" 4K HDMI Monitor with

        HDMI 1.4 input

    *25033,25036 are included in monitor housing

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** Barzahlungspreis von € 4337.00,- entspricht dem Nettodarlehensbetrag sowie dem Gesamtbetrag. Effektiver Jahreszins und fester Sollzinssatz beträgt 0,00% p.a.. bei einer Laufzeit von 12 Monaten, 12 monatl. Raten à € 361,42. Erst- bzw. Schlussrate können abweichen. Bonität vorausgesetzt. Ein Angebot der Santander Consumer Bank AG, Santander-Platz 1, 41061 Mönchengladbach. Die Angaben stellen zugleich das 2/3 Beispiel gemäß § 6a Abs. 4 PAngV dar.