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Mark Peters : March 17th 2006 - 17:00 CET

Nikon D200 underwater housing from Hugyfot


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HugyfotNikon D200 SLR underwater housing from Hugyfot : Hugyfot announced to have started the CNC drilling of their prototype underwater housing for the Nikon D200 digital SLR camera. Some CAD pictures of the new underwater camera housing are already available. As with all the latest Hugyfot underwater housings, this will be an extremely accurate and strong aluminum design with beautiful ergonomics. The Hugyfot HFN-D200 camera housing will be tested to a pressure of 100m depths. All major camera functions are accessible, auto focus lock and AF/MF switch are optional. The Nikon D200 underwater housing is expected to become available in April 2006, at a retail price of 2.570 euro.
Nikon D200 underwater housing from HugyfotNikon D200 Digital SLR
Nikon’s new prestigious D200 is ideal for those looking for a camera to bridge the gap between the professional and the entry level Digital SLRs. The Nikon D200 delivers the incomparable quality of professional pictures whilst offering fast responsiveness, accuracy and full manual control. The Nikon D200 is the perfect camera for the semi-professional and freelancer who want an affordable SLR that integrates the right portion of diversity, quality and reliability of Nikon’s professional high-end models. The Nikon D200 Kit includes the AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5G IF-ED lens optically designed for use with Nikon digital SLR sensors. 135 equivalent of 27-105mm zoom range.

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About Hugyfot underwater housings
With more than 50 years of pioneering from Hugyfot obtained a new stimulus by a joined venture with Green Force, the most advanced divetorch makers in the world. The Hugyfot housings are now built by Green Force according to the latest CAD/CAM techniques. This CNC driven production guarantees an, on this market, unseen precision resulting in a superior quality of materials used at standard prices. Due to the computer designing it becomes possible to optimize each parameter of the housing so customer demands can easily be met. In this way custom made production can be made trustworthy and payable. René Hugenschmidt is admired, and envied by the competition, because his housings are inventive, extremely beautiful and the design is above all functional.





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