Light & Motion have today announced an addition to its Professional Digital Photography line with the entrance of the Titan D100 SLR Underwater Photo Housing. The Titan D100 is designed specifically for the Nikon D100 and includes fingertip access to most camera controls using both mechanical interfaces, as well as infrared through the newly designed Smart Grips.
Titan Housing for Nikon D100 SLR Digital Camera
Light & Motion continues to move forward in Underwater Digital Photography with the introduction of the Titan D100, Digital SLR Photo Housing. Titan is a professional grade housing that pushes underwater digital photography to the next level. The Titan D100 is designed specifically for the Nikon D100 6.1 mega-pixel digital SLR. The D100 supports Compact Flash and Microdrive which provide massive storage capabilities that enable the user to save hundreds of high-resolution images. The Titan D100 Housing includes fingertip access to most camera controls using both mechanical interfaces, as well as infrared through the newly designed Smart Grips.
The Titan D100 is sold as a housing body only, with a variety of lens options available. Light & Motion accessory lenses include a Macro Port as well as a Wide Angle Dome to support Nikon lenses. Additional conversion rings allow the photographer to use domes from other manufacturers such as Subal, Aquatica and Sea & Sea.
Titan includes the revolutionary ROC Strobe controller, which allows the user to obtain up to 12 manual power levels on most TTL compatible strobes. Dual strobe output control and housing shutter release are conveniently located at your fingertips enabling a seamless transition between the user and housing. Housing can be purchased as a stand alone or as a complete Travel Package system featuring one or two strobes, wetlink flash connectors, accessories and custom case.
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