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Aquatech Elite Canon 5D III Housing

- Depth Rating 33'
- Access To Most Camera Buttons
- Interchangeable Lens Port Accommodates Lens Specific Housings
- Only For 5DIII, 5Ds, 5Dsr
- HWC Carries 16-35 & 24-70 Ports

  • Daily Rate: $150
  • Weekly Rate: $450
  • Monthly Rate: $1,500

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Aqua Tech DC-5 V2 For Canon 5D MarkII & MarkIII

This housing is designed to look, feel, and operate like your camera, using tactile controls instead of levers and gears. The DC-5 v2 is good to a depth of 33'. Lens ports are necessary to allow use of different lenses.
We have lens ports for the Canon 16-35 and Canon 24-70 zooms.

  • Daily Rate: $150
  • Weekly Rate: $450
  • Monthly Rate: $1,500

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