Equinox HD 6 Underwater Housing for Canon 5D Mark II with 16-35mm Lens

Equinox
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About Equinox

The Equinox Housing for the Canon 5D Mark II with 16-35mm Lens keeps your 5D & lens dry as you dive as deep as 200' (61 m) to shoot underwater video and/or stills. The housing hosts your camera, a 16-35mm zoom lens and an internal 2 lb half-moon weight. Shaped like a snare drum, the housing maintains your access to four camera controls: the shutter button, the menu button, menu select & scroll and the play button.

Equinox Features

  • Housing is 12 lb out of water
  • Neutrally buoyant in water
  • Ballast release - handles
  • Made to fit a 16-35mm lens specifically

Equinox Specifications

Depth Rating
200' (61 m)
Compatibility
Canon 5D Mark II with 16-35mm Lens
Weight
12 lb (5.4 kg)
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John L  In the description on this site, the control functions that can be used are "...the housing maintains your access to four camera controls: the shutter button, the menu button, menu select & scroll and the play button." Nothing is stated concerning access to video functions. Is this not controllable?
ROBERT J  All controls work.
Shopper  looking for underwater housing for my canon 5D mk II and I have a 35mm 1.4 that i would be using underwater .. does these water cases come with adjustments for different lenses or do you have to buy those seperately and if so where?
Aris B  No, the focusing setup on it works only with a 15-35mm lens. I don't know about whether or not others are available, but I do know that the focusing and zoom rig only works with a 16-35mm lens. Also, please note that this is a underwater video rig. It's not all that user-friendly if you want to use it for stills or any type of underwater action shooting. It gives you limited access to only some buttons on your 5D MKII. It's fine if you're looking to shoot underwater video, but I would choose something else if you're looking to shoot stills. But, the good part is that it is a very beefy rig. I had 100% faith that this thing isn't going to leak as long as I installed the o-rings properly.
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