XLD-12" Dome Port


    - 12" diameter acrylic dome port
    - Create jaw-dropping Over/Under images
    - Compatible with a large range of lenses
    - Includes custom dome cover and rear port cap

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    Product Features

    After extensive research and testing, we have concluded that the XLD-12” Dome Port is the perfect combination of not only a more significant dome element but also overall size and portability. This new design allows you to create stunning images and videos which showcase above and below the water’s surface with ease and explore the use of a wide range of focal length options.


    Over/under or “split shots” are some of the most sought-after images when it comes to underwater photography. The 12” dome element allows the waterline to be pushed further away from your camera’s lens allowing a greater level of detail and sharpness while minimizing the waterline in your frame.


    - Size: 33.5 cm  x 19 cm
    - Weight: 2.5 kg
    - Material: Acrylic dome element, hard anodized 6061 aluminum base, 316 stainless steel hardware

    What's In The Box

    - XLD-12" Dome Port
    - Lens Port rear cap
    - Extra Large Dome cover

    Note: Due to the size and nature of this product, it is impossible for AQUATECH to guarantee this product will arrive completely free from scratches. Minor hair line scratches may be visible on the element when delivered. These scratches will not impact on the image quality or the performance of the dome. If you have any concerns, please contact our staff at contact@aquatech.net.

    Lens Selection

    A wide variety of lenses and focal lengths are compatible in with the XLD-12" Dome Port. When choosing a lens it is practical to use an extension port in the same fashion as you would when using an 8" dome port to achieve the best results. This dome is compatible with Canon, Sony, Nikon, Fujifilm, Leica and more lenses when combined with our water housings. So if your lens is shown as requiring an extension to work with the PD-100 on our P Series Lens Port Chart, then the same combination would generally apply when using the XLD-12". If you're in doubt, just reach out to our staff via the live chat or contact@aquatech.net for more information.

    photographer taking split view (above and below water) picture in a riverphotographer at mountain lake attaching 12" dome port to underwater camera housing

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