Tag: water housing

New Sea Frogs Salted Line a6xxx housing design – 3 major updates

Summary: Sea Frogs have updated their Salted Line a6xxx housing with an extra o-ring, locking latches and a reinforced bottom plate The new Sea Frogs Salted Line a6xxx housing is a good value water housing for the Sony a6000 range of cameras. There are several accessories that will be useful for surf photographers including a […]

SOLD – Surf Housing for Canon 60D, 70D, 7D etc.

This housing has now sold, I currently have an SPL A-Series housing on sale which will work with a 10D, 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, 60D, and 70D, find out more here: https://www.learningsurfphotography.com/for-sale-spl-a-series-housing-fits-canon-60d-70d-more/ I have updated the pistol grip and re-written this description, find out more here: https://www.learningsurfphotography.com/update-for-sale-surf-housing-for-canon-60d-70d-etc/ I’ve got too many housings and I’m no longer […]

Liquid Eye Release The C1600 – a new budget water housing

Check out this post on the Surf Photographers United forum from Philippe Chevodian of Liquid Eye housings which highlights their latest budget housing design, it features a permanently attached pistol grip and the standard removable front plate. http://www.surfphotographersunited.com/forum/index.php?/topic/3172-liquid-eye-launch-the-new-i-model-c1600/ The big story though is the price of the housing: US $795, (about £520) so even with […]

How To – Gain Full Control With A Basic Water Housing

IMPORTANT – please note that the latest versions of Magic Lantern do not support Pico C scripting, you can still use the scripts but you’ll have to use an old build of Magic Lantern, read more, and download the version I use, here: https://learningsurfphotography.com/manual-control-with-magic-lantern-updated/ I have a Canon 60D and an Aquatech CR-60 housing, this […]

Buying A Second Hand Water Housing

There’s some good information out there on which water housing to buy for surfing, I would particularly recommend Roger Sharps Blog post on the subject here: http://www.surfphoto.co/surfphoto/2011/09/surf-water-housing-buyers-guide.html But they tend to focus on what the options are for buying a new housing, which pretty much all cost over £1000, not that it’s easy to find […]