Err the 10-22 doesn't work on the 5D2 dude. You've grown up to FF now sonny. And that league allows you to use an extra stop in the ISO to compensate. The 24-105 is a great travel lens.
Drew if I was to sell it and get another lens then I would get the 24-70mm f2.8L I like that extra stop !
I would rather just buy a 10-22 and keep my 28-70.
Does anyone have anything to say about the Hugy housings?
Just on the Aquatica adapter for Sea&Sea domes & ports, is there any particular reason why being able to adapt Sea&Sea domes & ports
is useful if you do not currently have any existing Sea&Sea ports?
Matt, I understand that choosing a housing is tough. All these questions, information overload and difficult decision to where to throw your bank balance. Unfortunately, you need to extrapolate the information given in the threads provided.
My recommendation for you is first to decide on a budget, which lenses you must have and decide on the housing which supports those lenses properly, with the proper extensions and/or MF controls etc while fitting in your budget. Most housings cover the basic setups as Jean has described.
Also list down the features you MUST have and then compare it with the products.
I would also suggest you check out the support you have for the various brands in HK (I think that flag of yours is the SAR flag). Many times, the euro brands require the housing to be sent back for major works. So check with the local dealer on how they handle repairs and what they are capable of, even if you are ordering via the web. You will need servicing sooner or later. May as well do it now.
Definitely go down to the store to handle the housings if they have one. Even the local brand 10Bar has a 5D2 housing.