ISOTECNIC SRL

Via Milano 177/B, 37014 Castelnuovo Del Garda
Italy

Telephone +39 045 6450480
Fax +39 045 6461949
info@isotecnic.it

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boot 2018 hall map (Hall 4): stand A03

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boot 2018 fairground map: Hall 4

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Elisa Isotta

Owner

Chiara Cappellina

Marketing

Simon Lorenz

Sales Manager

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Hall 4 / A03

21.01.2018

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15:30 - 16:30

Isotta Housings presents Meet & Greet:“behind the shot” with Photographer Martin Aigner (Austria)

ISOTECNIC SRL is proud to announce the “Meet & Greet :behind the shot” with Austrian photographer Martin Aigner on Sunday 21 January at 3.30 pm during BOOT Show 2018, the International Boat Show that runs 20-28 January in Düsseldorf.

A Professional Photographer with more than 20 years of experience working above and underwater, Martin Aigner will talk about his latest diving adventures and how shooting in extreme conditions with his underwater photography equipment, Isotta, the signature-red camera housing produced by the Italian company that since 1980 has been crafting underwater camera housings 100% Made in Italy.

Martin Aigner was born in upper Austria in 1971. His interest for photography and the underwater world developed at a very early age. His first diving equipment, which he built himself at the age of 6 years old, consisted of a water balloon and a plastic bottle.

Today Martin Aigner has over 2,500 dives in almost all waters of the world. One of the latest expeditions has seen him with the 11 times world record holder in apnea Christian Redl in an extreme shoot in a salty environment with his Isotta housing for Nikon D810 in the German Salt Mines (Salzbergwerk Berchtesgaden) of Berchtesgaden, Bavaria: these Salt mines are located in a Salt lake with a 28% saline solution, an environment that requires a thorough research and preparation for image shooting.

During the Meet & Greet at Isotta booth Aigner will share his insights and experiences and will receive his brand-new Isotta Housing for Nikon D850 from the company owner’s hands, Elisa Isotta. He will also sign a selection of autographed pictures.

In December 2017 Aigner won the Austrian Unterwasser Visions Photography annual ranking. Numerous publications (among others National Geographic, Unterwasser, Tauchen) as well as international exhibitions of his pictures celebrate the quality of his work. In 2016 together with Professonal diver Michael Szirota, Aigner founded Reef Calendar, a print medium to support projects around the world that help preserve the marine ecosystem. More information: www.mapics.at

During Boot Show 2018 Martin Aigner will shoot at the Diving Center (Hall 3) on January 20 and 21.

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25.01.2018

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14:30 - 15:30

Press Meeting with Underwater Photographer and Women Divers Hall of Fame member Amanda Cotton (USA)

ISOTECNIC SRL is proud to announce that Underwater Photographer and Women Divers Hall of Fame member Amanda Cotton (USA) will be on hand on 25.01.2018 at 2.30 pm at Isotta Hall/booth 4A03 during BOOT Show 2018, the International Boat Show that runs 20-28 January in Düsseldorf, meeting the press and spreading the word about her Underwater Photography equipment, Isotta, the signature-red camera housing produced by the Italian company that since 1980 has been crafting underwater camera housings 100% Made in Italy.

A Professional Photographer specializing in underwater imagery Amanda Cotton, fresh off a photography trip “Above and Below Papua New Guinea” last November 2017, will talk about her diving projects and introduce her WaterPixel World seminar on shooting large animals and sign her autographed pictures.

Amanda Cotton received her Bachelor of Arts in Professional Photography while attending Brooks Institute of Photography, where she participated in the highly acclaimed Underseas Program established by Ernie Brooks. As an avid scuba diver and ocean enthusiast the conservation and preservation of this ecosystem is of the highest priority to Amanda Cotton, who was the first female photographer to photograph American Crocodiles underwater in Banco Chinchorro in Mexico for a feature on the Discovery Channel showcasing the UNESCO Marine Biosphere Reserve Project.

Cotton has received numerous awards for her photography including several from the International Photographers Awards (IPA), Celebrate The Sea, and the Underwater Photography Annual Awards. She was inducted into the Women Divers Hall of Fame in 2015 and was named Scuba Diving Magazine's July 2017 SEA HERO. Amanda's imagery has been published in major publications and news sources worldwide including National Geographic, BBC, Discovery, Smithsonian Magazine, Times Publishing, CNN, Scuba Diving Magazine and Science Daily. More information: https://www.acottonphoto.com/

Cotton will be on stage at Water Pixel World in hall 4 during the 49th edition of Boot Düsseldorf, Thursday 25th, Friday 26th and Saturday 27 at 15.50 to talk about Going Big: Secrets of Shooting Large Animals.

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  • 08  Diving
  • 08.01  Diving Gear
  • 08.01.03  Lighting/Underwater Video/Photography

Lighting/Underwater Video/Photography

Our products

Product category: Lighting/Underwater Video/Photography

Isotta Underwater Camera Housing for Nikon D850

ISOTECNIC SRL is pleased to announce the launch of its new Underwater Camera Housing for Nikon D850, that promises the highest quality and performance for DSLR photographers underwater. Isotta's new Housing for Nikon D850 combines easeness-of-use and ruggedness with compact size and light weight to deliver the highest performance in its class. Available since January 2018, the housing carries a retail price of 2990.00 Euro without a lens. Entirely handcrafted in Italy out of Isotta’s signature red-colored anodized aluminum, D850 housing features double O-Ring seals on all buttons & removable parts and with TTL converter electronics for automatic flash included.

Nikon D850 Housing can be opened and closed with one hand, whilst standing vertically. The single-hand locking knob requires minimal effort by the user. Thanks to steel pins located on the back, opening the housing is safe even if your housing is wet, reducing the risk of flooding to zero. The housing also features a moisture indicator with easily visible red LED signal light, with battery easily replaceable by the user, and an acoustic warning signal.  An optional Vacuum system can be added through the M16 X1 hole. An excellent watertight seal is ensured by double O-rings on every mobile and removable part, such as back housing, buttons, ports, caps and connectors.
The removable port is fitted thanks to markers and a bayonet 120 mm connection to the Nikon D850. External viewfinders can be mounted, INON X-2 compatible. Ergonomic side handles in anodized aluminum are included.
Isotta housings' compact, solid red anodized aluminum body weighs 2800 grams, 100 grams lighter than the previous 810 housing. Dimensions: 220mm W. x 130mm D. x 193mm H. Working depth is 100 metres. 

As a new feature for the year 2018, Isotecnic.com offers the option of a personalized Isotta housing: the company can laser-engraved it with a name (first name) or a year.

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Jan 10, 2018

Isotta Housings presents Meet & Greet:“behind the shot” with Photographer Martin Aigner (Austria)

ISOTECNIC SRL is proud to announce the “Meet & Greet :behind the shot” with Austrian photographer Martin Aigner on Sunday 21 January at 3.30 pm during BOOT Show 2018, the International Boat Show that runs 20-28 January in Düsseldorf.

A Professional Photographer with more than 20 years of experience working above and underwater, Martin Aigner will talk about his latest diving adventures and how shooting in extreme conditions with his underwater photography equipment, Isotta, the signature-red camera housing produced by the Italian company that since 1980 has been crafting underwater camera housings 100% Made in Italy.

Martin Aigner has over 2,500 dives in almost all waters of the world. One of the latest expeditions has seen him with the 11 times world record holder in apnea Christian Redl in an extreme shoot in a salty environment with his Isotta housing for Nikon D810 in the German Salt Mines (Salzbergwerk Berchtesgaden) of Berchtesgaden, Bavaria: these Salt mines are located in a Salt lake with a 28% saline solution, an environment that requires a thorough research and preparation for image shooting.

During the Meet & Greet at Isotta booth Aigner will share his insights and experiences and will receive his brand-new Isotta Housing for Nikon D850 from the company owner’s hands, Elisa Isotta. Entirely handcrafted in Italy out of Isotta’s signature red-colored anodized aluminum, D850 housing features double O-Ring seals on all buttons & removable parts and with TTL converter electronics for automatic flash included.

In December 2017 Aigner won the Austrian Unterwasser Visions Photography annual ranking. Numerous publications (among others National Geographic, Unterwasser, Tauchen) as well as international exhibitions of his pictures celebrate the quality of his work. In 2016 together with Professonal diver Michael Szirota, Aigner founded Reef Calendar, a print medium to support projects around the world that help preserve the marine ecosystem. More information: www.mapics.at

During Boot Show 2018 Martin Aigner will shoot at the Diving Center (Hall 3) on January 20 and 21 and will sign a selection of autographed pictures at Isotta stand.

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Jan 10, 2018

Isotta Housings presents Underwater Photographer and Women Divers Hall of Fame member Amanda Cotton (USA)

ISOTECNIC SRL is proud to announce that Underwater Photographer and Women Divers Hall of Fame member Amanda Cotton (USA) will be on hand on Thursday 25.01.2018 at 2.30 pm at Isotta Hall/booth 4A03 during BOOT Show 2018, the International Boat Show that runs 20-28 January in Düsseldorf, meeting the press and spreading the word about her Underwater Photography equipment, Isotta, the signature-red camera housing produced by the Italian company that since 1980 has been crafting underwater camera housings 100% Made in Italy.

A Professional Photographer specializing in underwater imagery Amanda Cotton, fresh off a photography trip “Above and Below Papua New Guinea” last November 2017, will talk about her diving projects and introduce her WaterPixel World seminar on shooting large animals and sign her autographed pictures.

Amanda Cotton received her Bachelor of Arts in Professional Photography while attending Brooks Institute of Photography, where she participated in the highly acclaimed Underseas Program established by Ernie Brooks. As an avid scuba diver and ocean enthusiast the conservation and preservation of this ecosystem is of the highest priority to Amanda Cotton, who was the first female photographer to photograph American Crocodiles underwater in Banco Chinchorro in Mexico for a feature on the Discovery Channel showcasing the UNESCO Marine Biosphere Reserve Project.

Cotton chose high-end Isotta Underwater Camera Housing for Nikon D800 and for GoPro Hero5 for her latest photo expedition in Papua New Guinea and at Isotta booth she will receive her brand-new Isotta Housing for Nikon D850 from the company owner’s hands, Elisa Isotta.  Entirely handcrafted in Italy out of Isotta’s signature red-colored anodized aluminum, D850 housing features double O-Ring seals on all buttons & removable parts and with TTL converter electronics for automatic flash included.

Cotton has received numerous awards for her photography including several from the International Photographers Awards (IPA), Celebrate The Sea, and the Underwater Photography Annual Awards. She was inducted into the Women Divers Hall of Fame in 2015 and was named Scuba Diving Magazine's July 2017 SEA HERO. Amanda's imagery has been published in major publications and news sources worldwide including National Geographic, BBC, Discovery, Smithsonian Magazine, Times Publishing, CNN, Scuba Diving Magazine and Science Daily. More information: https://www.acottonphoto.com/

Cotton will be on stage at Water Pixel World in hall 4 during the 49th edition of Boot Düsseldorf, Thursday 25th, Friday 26th and Saturday 27 at 15.50 to talk about Going Big: Secrets of Shooting Large Animals.

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About us

Company details

Isotta designs and crafts underwater camera housings and accessories for DSLR, compact, mirrorless and action cameras (GoPro and ZCam). 100% Made in Italy, since 1967 Isotta's family has marketed high-end equipment for underwater video, photography and lighting, starting its own production in 1980 in Castelnuovo del Garda (Verona), Northern Italy. 

Founded by Egidio Isotta the brand is reknown for its craftsmanship, for fostering innovation and pursuing excellence in manufacturing.  Today, this tradition continues with Elisa Isotta who, with her husband Andrea, has led the company since 2006, driving forward her father’s same innovation principles.
In four decades of development, the company has always offered its customers forefront signature red products and fully manufactured in Italy. Made in Italy stands for high quality of manufacturing and materials to provide long lasting equipment for the demanding underwater photographer.

All housings are made entirely of Isotta’s signature red-colored anodized aluminum which is anti-corodal and thermo-coated with depth rate to 330ft/100m. With double O-Ring seals on each button and on all removable parts to make it extra safe against leakages, every housing has clearly labeled camera controls and is closed with Isotta’s single handed one-turn knob to be operated with ease underwater. Each product is tested individually to ensure its quality, perfect functionality and highest precision.

With extensive industry experience, Isotta strives to build the highest quality products with state-of-the-art technology and an innovative design to keep worldwide photographers comfortable when shooting underwater and their cameras protected from the elements, empowering them to frame memorable moments in water.

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Foundation

1980

Area of business

Diving

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