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NA-C200 Buildout

Everything you need to get your C200 rig ready for diving!


The NA-C200 comes pretty well equipped with side handles, two mounting balls, skids and adjustable trim weights. There are still a few accessories that are needed and some that you will probably want though.


Komodo and Cenderawasih Bay | C200 from Hergen Spalink on Vimeo.


Top Handle #16221 - A top handle is convenient for lifting the system in and out of the water. It can be mounted either forward or rear facing and comes with an additional ball for mounting a monitor.



The NA-C200 comes with the Nauticam Vacuum Check and Leak Detection electronics installed. When combined with an accessory vacuum valve #25625, this monitoring system provides constant updates on the water tight and safe-to-dive status of the housing.


Nauticam NA-C200 Installation Guide from Nauticam on Vimeo.


NA-502B-S #17921 - Although you can use any SDI or HDMI monitor with the C200, the SmallHD 502 Bright monitor is an excellent choice. The monitor is capable of displaying 100% of the REC 709 color space for accurate judgment of color and adds additional exposure and focusing tools.

M16 SDI Bulkhead #25058 - For connecting the monitor to the housing.

0.3M SDI Cable #25060 - For connecting the camera to the SDI Bulkhead inside the housing.

Long Standard Clamp #72503 - For mounting the  NA-502B-S monitor housing to the Top Handle.


Nauticam NA-C200 Underwater Housing and Canon C200 First Look from Nauticam on Vimeo.


Light Mounting System - The buoyancy of your system will vary depending on the video lights and lens/port options you choose. I found that two of the 70x250mm arms #72217 along with two #72203 arms gave me the buoyancy needed to get my system neutral.



The C200 uses a super 35mm sensor and is able to use both APS-C and Full Frame lenses. This gives you a lot of choices including several macro, fisheye and wide angle lenses. Two of my favorite wide angle lenses to use with with the Wide Angle Conversion Port WACP #85201 are the Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM and the Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM | A. The 18-55mm gives you a huge zoom range with 130° field of view when used with the WACP. You are able to get wide, medium and tight shots all on the same dive. The 18-35mm is more limited in the zoom range but offers a fast f/1.8 aperture for low light situations. 

Please see the port charts below for proper configurations and other lens options.

N120 Cinema System Port Chart 

WACP Wide Angle Port Chart