Nauticam announce NA-S1R for Panasonic Lumix S1 and S1R Cameras

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Panasonic has thrown it’s hat into the full-frame mirrorless camera ring with the much-anticipated release of the LUMIX S1 and S1R cameras.  While the S1 and S1R may be physically identical, sharing a DSLR-style body, their capabilities are quite different. The S1’s 24MP CMOS sensor is spec’d to appeal to the videographer while the S1R’s 47MP CMOS sensor is clearly aimed at the photographer. While both can capture stills and 4K video, each one has its strong suit.

The Nauticam NA-S1R Housing

With the ability to house both the Panasonic LUMIX S1 and S1R cameras, the Nauticam NA-S1R housing gives the underwater image maker tremendous versatility.  Nauticam’s drive for innovation and focus on real-world usability are clearly reflected in the features that are built into the NA-S1R.

While the two cameras may have different strengths, the NA-S1R is designed and built to give both video and still shooters dedicated access to all the controls and features exactly where they need them.

Mission Control

The NA-S1R has a double thumb lever on the rear left side of the housing that accesses DISP and Playback while a double thumb lever on the left front activates the customizable Fn1 and Fn2 buttons. A rear double thumb lever on the right side is for AF-On and REC.

A lever on the right rear of the NA-S1R allows for focus mode switching between C/S/MF and a multi-directional pad gives the ability to navigate the menu or move the focus point.

For more information please visit the Nauticam website by clicking here.

For UK Sales visit the Underwater Visions website by clicking here.

Nick and Caroline Robertson-Brown

Nick and Caroline Robertson-Brown

Nick and Caroline Robertson-Brown are a husband and wife team of underwater photographers. Both have degrees in environmental biology from Manchester University, with Caroline also having a masters in animal behaviour. Nick is a fellow of the Royal Photographic Society in underwater wildlife photography and he also has a masters in teaching. They are passionate about marine conservation and hope that their images can inspire people to look after the world's seas and oceans. Their Manchester-based company, Frogfish Photography, offers a wide range of services and advice. They offer tuition with their own tailor made course - the Complete Underwater Photography Award. The modules of the course have been written to complement the corresponding chapters in Nick's own book: Underwater Photography Art and Techniques. They also offer equipment sales and underwater photography trips in the UK and abroad. For more information visit www.frogfishphotography.com.

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