SUBAL announces the special edition of underwater housings – SUBAL NAVY line!

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SUBAL NAVY line housings are made of high quality, light weight aluminium in marine standard for salt water. Special hard anodizing layer as final surface protection is resisted on scraches and salt water as well. Our matt colour finish is specially designed to be anti reflex on all light sources. Also come with black/ grey Subal handle strap as special edition.

Subal Navy Line

Subal NAVY line can use all type of Subal ports and extension rings for all type of lenses that are used in underwater photography and all SUBAL accessories.

One of the bigest advantages from NAVY line is that it can be used almost with all types of lenses on the market on special request. Long distance lenses like 200mm, 300mm, 200-500mm and others can be used in specially designed ports for military purpose.

Subal Navy Line

SUBAL NAVY line housings are made for the special requirements for Navy and Army needs.

  • Extreme durability in all conditions of using
  • Extreme thick layer of anodizing – no reflection
  • Diving depth 80 meter, or 120 meter
  • Operating temperature -70°C to + 80°C
  • High ergonomic
  • Easy to use with gloves
  • Almost all available camera lenses are possible to use
  • Life time warranty

Subal Navy Line

Housings for Nikon, Canon, Leica, Sony, Panasonic, Olympus, Fuji & GoPro are available in NAVY line.

We customize all special needs on request.

Learn more about Subal at: http://www.subal.com

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Subal is Austrian company founded in 1954 and based in Steyr. Inspired by diving pioneer and oceanographer Hans Hass, a tinkering 16 year old, Arnold Stepanek, built in 1952 his first underwater housing out of rubber and glass for his Kodak Retinette camera. This he used in the streams of Steyr for his first black and white recordings. In 1954, the first underwater housing made of die-casting was made. In the following years the focus of production is on housings for Super 8 film cameras, which Subal dominates unrivaled worldwide. In 2011, the founder of SUBAL Mr. Arnold Stepanek retired, and Mr. Harald Karl took over the company. We have moved into a new home deserving of a brand like Subal. The company has started with new designs of their housings and has come back on the market with top range video and DSLR housings. Subal now has about 40 different models of camera and video housings. The creativity of the underwater photographers is now without limits! 

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