M28 HDMI Full-size Nauticam NA E2F Bulkhead connector, Z Cam

M28 HDMI Full-size Nauticam NA E2F Bulkhead connector, Z Cam

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Straight style M28 HDMI Full-size Nauticam NA E2F Bulkhead connector for Z Cam E2

  • M28 thread, HDMI 2.0 Rugged Bulkhead Connector, Support 4KP60 4:2:2 10-BIT of Atomos Ninja V
  • Underwater full-size Type A (90 degrees), HDMI bulkhead connector is designed to transmit 1080p60 signal and 4K from the HDMI output of Z Cam E2 camera.
  • Submersible Connector is compatible with Nauticam NA-E2F underwater housings
  • High-Quality Underwater Connector has a water block, which allows it to keep vacuum inside of your underwater housing
  • Dive down to 160 meters with confidence. Depth - 240 PSI (160 meters)
  • Contacts: Gold plated, brass
  • Water Protective cap is included
  • Material: Marine Aluminum with Hard Anodizing coating

Brief Description

We have developed a straight style bulkhead connector for the Nauticam NA-E2F housing, with full size of HDMI connector.
Thread of the connector M28x1.
Low profile Right angle HDMI connector fits the tight space of the underwater housing.

Water Block

High-Pressure Connector comes with the built-in water block.
The water block keeps the vacuum inside of the housing when using the AirLock Vacuum System.
Also protect the housing against penetration of water, if something malfunctions with the external cable or connection between external cable and bulkhead connector.


Custom length of the cable and different types of connectors are available.


Straight style bulkhead connector is compatible with any Dive And See waterproof - underwater HDMI cables and HDMI monitors.
Works perfectly with 45 meters HDMI Fiber Optic cable DNC-1034

Sealed Connection, Underwater Video Signal Transmission, Fiber optic HDMI 45m cable DNC-1034

Outline Drawing

Outline dimensions drawing for Water-Resistant Connector M28 with Short thread.

M28 Straight Style Bulkhead connector Dive And See