List of products by brand FANTASEA
The Fantasea FA6000 Housing was designed and manufactured specifically for the Sony a6000 camera. The FA6000 Housing features an ergonomic design with access to all essential camera functions. It offers the highest professional standards of functionality, style and durability.
fantasea fa6500 housing for sony a6300 a6500: Fantasea FA6500 polycarbonate housing featuring Depth rated to 60m/200 feet Made from durable injection molded Polycarbonate, Access to all essential camera controls and functions with clearly labeled controls Shock resistant Double O-ring protection for a perfect watertight seal
fantasea fg7x ii housing for canon g7x mark ii: Fantasea FG7XII in polycarbonate for canon g7x mark ii featuring Depth rated to 60m/200 feet Ergonomic design Made from durable injection molded Polycarbonate Full access to all camera controls & functions with clearly marked controls Shock resistant Double O-ring seal
fantasea fg9x housing for canon g9x & g9x mark ii: The Fantasea housing for canon g9x and g9x mark ii featuring Depth rated to 60m/200 feet, Made from durable injection molded Polycarbonate
- New touch screen technology, Full access to all camera buttons with clearly labeled controls
The FRX100 VI Limited Edition Housing features a stylish and ergonomic design, specifically created for the Sony RX100 VI digital camera.
The housing's flat port features a 67mm thread, allowing the use of "wet" wide angle and macro conversion lenses, thus capturing a variety of compositions within one single dive.
- Reduced price
fantasea uwl 09f wide angle lens: Fantasea Wide angle conversion lens uwl 09f featuring Bezel Material: Aluminum alloy with black hard coating Lens Construction: 5 groups and 5 elements Magnification: 0.45X FOV (Field of View): 130 degrees (using with a 28mm Lens Lens Coating: Hard coating on the Polycarbonate dome lens + Multi layer AR coating on all glass lenses Thread: 67mm
Perfect for shooting seascape, divers, ship wrecks and schools of fish, without moving further away from the subject, thereby still taking full advantage of water clarity and artificial light sources