Review of NA-NEX5 in UwP Magazine

Underwater Photography Magazine recently published Phil Rudin's review of the Nauticam NA-NEX5 housing for the Sony NEX-5 camera. The article appears in the Nov/Dec 2010 issue, #57. Here are a couple of excerpts from the article, and some photos taken with this system which Phil graciously authorized us to publish:

Photo by Phil Rudin; shot with Nauticam NA-NEX5. Photo by Phil Rudin; shot with Nauticam NA-NEX5.The NA-NEX5 is Nauticam’s first housing for a non-DSLR, EVIL (Electronic Viewfinder Interchangeable Lens) type of camera and a brilliant fusion of advanced engineering, innovation, style, ergonomics and compactness.
Photo by Phil Rudin; shot with Nauticam NA-NEX5. Photo by Phil Rudin; shot with Nauticam NA-NEX5.The rear door of the housing leaves room for the large LCD display to be angled fifteen degree up. During my field tests I found this angled LCD viewing position was much more comfortable compared to a flat screen for shooting in both portrait and landscape. The moisture alarm is located under the camera tray and is powered by a small replaceable battery. This attention to small details is what has attracted so many buyers to the Nauticam brand since its introduction.

Photo by Phil Rudin; shot with Nauticam NA-NEX5. Photo by Phil Rudin; shot with Nauticam NA-NEX5.Click here to download the magazine and check out the whole article.