If you have unlimited money, Nauticam has multiple features that less expensive housings lack - add-on viewfinders (straight and 45 degrees), the most comprehensive port system, choice of optical and electrical strobe sync, even a UW-Nikkor water-contact lens adapter, plus it can go below 40M if you're so inclined. As for Fantasea, I fail to see the value proposition in comparison to SeaFrogs - it's several times more expensive while offering more or less the same features. Their RX100V housing is great, but FA6500 is way overpriced for what it does.
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