Images © Nirupam Nigam
Sony's latest compact APS-C sensor mirrorless camera is a major upgrade in autofocus performance and image quality compared to its predecessors. Nirupam Nigam took it out in less-than-ideal conditions in the PNW and still came back with some pretty amazing results. Scroll down for a list of gear used for these shots.
The a6700 features a 26 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor capable of UHD 4K 60p video from the full width of its sensor. It provides best-in-class autofocus capabilities and good battery life in a small form factor designed to appeal to casual shooters and anyone looking for something compact to travel with.
The 200DLM/E Underwater Housing combined with the Sony Alpha a6700 is a compact and affordable option for great video while scuba diving, freediving, surf, pool, or any adventure.
Get the Gear
• Ikelite DLM/E Port Chart
• Sony E PZ 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OSS Lens
• Sony FE 90mm F2.8 Macro G OSS Lens
Nirupam Nigam is a dedicated underwater photographer and fisheries scientist. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the Underwater Photography Guide and the Marketing Director at Bluewater Photo. While growing up in Los Angeles he fell in love with the ocean and pursued underwater photography in the local Channel Islands. He received degrees in Aquatic and Fisheries Science and General Biology, at the University of Washington. Check out more of his photography at photosfromthesea.com and his reviews at uwphotographyguide.com and bluewaterphotostore.com