AquaTech’s new sound blimp virtually eliminates camera noise, and is designed for use on movie sets, sound stages and theaters, quiet sports venues, courtrooms and wildlife photography.
Recently performed independent anechoic chamber lab tests demonstrated a 98% reduction in camera noise!
Polyurethane construction makes it 19% lighter than our competitors’. The controls are fabricated of stainless steel, hard-anodized aluminum and high-strength plastic. The Aquatech sound blimp is not to be used in the water.
Six models fit a wide variety of Canon and Nikon cameras, and all feature a tripod mount, a single quick-release clip w/safety latch, shutter release and interchangeable lens tube system (required). New AquaTech Lens Tubes will be availabe soon.
Hector Javkin posted this new blimp on my old blimp thread, so figured I would bump it up. They are on pre-order at B&H and will be very curious to see how they perform: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/buy/Gear-Protection/ci/11818/N/4294538476.
Coming from a company that does sport housings, I would guess the camera operation part is probably far, far better than a Jacobson blimp. Will be curious to see what the sound deadening performance is like. If it’s as good as a Jacobson, maybe they will finally get off their butts and do some real product updates….