Nauticam NA-V2

Nauticam NA-V2Nauticam hat ein Unterwassergehäuse für die Nikon 1 V2 (bei Amazon und eBay) vorgestellt. Die US-Amerikaner betonen die Kompaktheit und Passgenauigkeit des NA-V2-getauften Gehäuses. Darin sind Steuerelemente für Blendenwert und Belichtungszeit integriert.

Der eingebaute Blitz der Nikon 1 V2 kann über ein Lichtleiterkabel zur Steuerung eines externen Blitz genutzt werden. Durch ein patentiertes System kann zwischen dem LC-Display und dem Sucher hin- und hergeschaltet werden.

Nauticam besetzt die Lücke

Nauticam macht damit den Unterwassergehäusen von Nikon Konkurrenz. Der japanische Kamerahersteller haben eine eigene Gehäuseserie für den Unterwassereinsatz ihrer Systemkameras, allerdings noch keine Modelle für die Nikon 1 V-Linie. Gehäuse für 1 J1, 1 J2, 1 J3 und 1 S1 gibt es bereits.

Die Eckdaten des Nauticam NA-V2

  • Wassertiefe 100m
  • Abmessungen 178 x 126 x 106mm
  • Gewicht 97g

Das Nauticam NA-V2 in Bildern

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Housing for Nikon 1 V2

Innovation Underwater

Nauticam proudly announces the NA-V2 housing, supporting the latest flagship in the Nikon 1 CX Format mirrorless system, the NIkon 1 V2. Nauticam is the world wide leader in the underwater mirrorless housing market, with more housing for this camera segment than any other manufacturer.

About the Nikon 1 V2 Camera

Nikon has taken the outstanding autofocus performance, fast continuos shooting capability, and small size from the previous Nikon 1 V1, and retooled the system with a more photographer friendly control layout and higher resolution 14.8 megapixel sensor.

This camera is very fast. Fifteen frames per second continuous shooting with AF between each frame and a fast, accurate autofocus system make it an excellent choice for capturing behaviors of fast moving fish.  The high frame rate is excellent for shooting surf and other water sports.

Improved grip ergonomics, a dual command dial design, and a dedicated exposure mode dial are definite improvements over it’s predecessor.  The camera is very small, but feels solid in the hand even with a large Nikon F Mount lens attached via the FT-1 adapter.  Key settings can be accessed quickly and easily.Video shooters take note of the H.264/MPEG-4 video capture offering 1080p 60i, and slow motion shooting up to an amazing 1200 fps at 320×120.

About the NA-V2 Housing

The compactness of the camera body and lenses translates into a very small and light weight housing.  This is a perfect system for someone with small hands, and one that can be easily packed in a small backpack for travel.

The V2 camera has independent command dials for accessing f-stop and shutter speed, and these controls are placed at the photographers fingertips in the housing. The housing features a patent pending LCD/EVF Switch to switch between the LCD on the back of the camera to the excellent electronic viewfinder (EVF).

The housing takes advantage of the new popup flash to allow strobes to be fired with fiber optic cables.  No sync cables to corrode or flood, and automatic flash exposure is made easy with several popular external strobes.

The sculpted NA-V2 housing fits the V2 camera perfectly – the camera is quickly mounted in the housing via a snap in camera tray, and the housing is securely closed with a locking rotary latch.

Nauticam housings are designed with ergonomics in mind, and this housing puts all of the important controls on the camera within easy reach. The shutter release is sculpted into the housing itself, landing the right index perfectly on the button. A four-way controller with set button is easily reached from the right. Video record and set button are larger and have a concave face, making them easier to distinguish, further adding the ease of use. Zoom is easily accessed from the left side of the housing.

NA-V2 also features an audible and visual leak detector, accessory hole for HDMI Bulkhead and monitor attachment, 10mm threaded accessory hole,  and cold shoe accessory mount.

Lens Support

The same Nauticam patented mini locking port release system used with other Nauticam mid-range housings has been incorporated, allowing easy and secure port changes. Supported lenses include the Nikkor VR 10-30mm f/2.5-5.6, the Nikkor 10mm f/2 and the new  Nikkor VR 6.7-13mm f/3.5-5.6 are supported.

Given the cameras deep depth of field and fast focus, macro shooting is ideal with this setup, and the 10-30mm is supported via Nauticam’s Macro Port 45 (part #36135). Nauticam is now shipping a flip macro close-up lens holder (part #25101) that attaches to the 67mm threads on the Macro Port 45, and is deal for shooting macro with the V1. Zoom is supported on the 10-30mm with an optional zoom gear.

The new 6.7-13mm offers wide angle shooters 100º coverage at the wide end when teamed with either of two port options, and a zoom gear (part #36153) allows the full zoom range underwater.

Accessories and Lighting

A full line of optional accessories are available, including trays, handles, hand straps, mounting hardware for lighting. Automatic flash exposure (TTL) via external strobes is available using Nauticam fiber optic cables and popular strobes like the Inon S-2000 and the Sea&Sea YS-D1.

The Bottom Line

Providing the excellent versatility of interchangeable lenses in the smallest mirrorless housing in the market, the NA-V2 carves out a unique niche that will appeal to many avid photographers.


  • Depth Rating:  100m
  • Weight: 0.97kg
  • Dimensions (with handles mounted): 178mm x 126mm x 106mm

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About The Author

Michael lebt in Bonn und studiert Technikjournalismus. Er ist freier Journalist und schreibt für die Neue Presse Coburg, den Systemkamerablog und versorgt die Social Media Gemeinde mit den wichtigsten Informationen rund ums Thema Systemkamera.

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