With over 70 years of combined underwater housing manufacturing experience, our project team knows this industry inside and out. 

Valentins (Val) Ranetkins built the first underwater housings for National Geographic. He also started two industry-known manufacturing companies: Amphibico and Aquatica. He held the original patent for the underwater pushbutton, and manufactured the first underwater Dome port lenses.

Manuel Aranda was Val's main mechanical designer at Amphibico. Manuel designed the Amphibicam F900 housing for the Sony F900. To this day, it is the most advanced housing to ever hit the professional market.

Freddy Espinoza is the mechanical designer of the LenzO™ housing. Freddy also designed housings for Val and was the main machinist to work on all of Val's recent projects. 

Anthony Lenzo is an Emmy Award-winning cameraman and underwater cinematographer who has worked with Val and his team on several underwater housing projects. He brings professional user experience to the team and came up with the concept for the LenzO™ housing.

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83 reviews
Grip bracket

The bracket is very useful for diving with only one hand and shoot photo! Also the holes on the handles are ok for all arms and lights supports.
Great job guys!

Very nice

Worked well in deep diving and wreck diving explorations. Love this thing!

Very well designed

I haven't used it in the water yet but I have several lenzo housings and this fits perfectly. Well constructed. I know it will work well with my Big Blue lights.


Love it

its very nice case i like

nice case